Proceedings Magazine - December 1999 Volume 125/12/1,162

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On 3 June 1999, when Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig raised the prospect of women in submarines at the Naval Submarine League Symposium, I was in the audience. A silent, unbelieving gasp...

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