Just a Girl in the Army

@article{Crowley2017JustAG,
  title={Just a Girl in the Army},
  author={Kacy Lea Crowley and Michelle L. Sandhoff},
  journal={Armed Forces \& Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={43},
  pages={221 - 237}
}
This article considers the experiences of 12 U.S. Army women combat veterans. These women served in historically significant roles as some of the first women to officially serve in combat in the U.S. military. This article focuses on the role of gender in these women’s experiences in the context of the masculine culture of the military. We explore how they used performance of masculinity and metaphors of family to fit into their combat units. We also deliberate on how sexual harassment was used… 
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