(See A. Scott, p. 12, April 2016 Proceedings)
Captain Bernard D. Dunn, Supply Corps, U.S. Navy (Retired)—I agree with Lieutenant Scott. I find no valid reason for requiring female members to dress in male-designed uniforms. The first time I saw the female Midshipmen in the brigade with the male combination caps I could not believe it. They looked ridiculous. Sometime later on a news broadcast I saw a female admiral with a male-style combination cover. At first I wasn’t sure whether the admiral was a male or female; she looked outlandish. That type of cover looked too big and too heavy for a female.