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Department of Defense
The mission of Defense.gov is to support the overall mission of the Department of Defense by providing official, timely and accurate information about defense policies, organizations, functions and operations. Also, Defense.gov is the single, unified starting point for finding military information online.
Department of Veterans Affairs
Includes information about women veterans.
Women in the Service, Defense Advisory Committee
The Defense Department Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS) was established in 1951 by then Secretary of Defense, George C. Marshall. The Committee is composed of civilian women and men who are appointed by the Secretary of Defense to provide advice and recommendations on matters and policies relating to ... women in the Armed Forces.
Women's History Month: Honoring Our Nation's Women Veterans
Vantage Point: Dispatches from the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
African American Women in the military and at war
This bibliography lists books on a little explored facet of African American history--African American women in the military and their services to the war effort.
Experiencing War Women of Four Wars
Rich in detail, photographs and historic reference, the profiles in "Women of Four Wars" are grouped into two segments: interviews from the Korea and Vietnam Wars and interviews from the Persian Gulf and Iraq-Afghanistan conflicts. The series covers nearly 60 years and documents the changing role of American women in wartime service.
Women in the Military
American Women's History: a Research Guide
Women in the Military in the National Archives
Includes National Archives resources and links to other resources.
Women in the U.S. Military: Growing Share, Distinctive Profile
Report from the Pew Research Center
The Veterans Survey
The attitudes of post-9/11 veterans reported in this study are based on a nationally representative sample of 1,853 men and women who served in the military and are no longer on active duty.
World War I
Includes bibliographies and primary sources on women in World War I from the Middle Tennesse State University Library.
World War II
Includes bibliographies and links to primary sources from Middle Tennessee State University Library.