Proceedings Magazine - August 1994 Vol. 120/8/1,098

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The U.S. armed forces need to set a single standard for a job and stick to it. Not everyone can be a Ranger or a fighter pilot, but it doesn't have anything to do with gender.

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'I Crashed on Through': An Interview with Vice Admiral John D. Bulkeley, U.S. Navy (Retired)

 Fresh from the 50th anniversary commemoration of the Normandy invasion, the World War II Medal of Honor recipient...

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Do We Need a Few Good Men?

The U.S. armed forces need to set a single standard for a job and stick to it. Not everyone can be a Ranger or a fighter pilot, but it doesn...

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