Crossed Currents: Navy Women in a Century of Change

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Brassey's, 1999 - History - 409 pages
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This new, revised edition of the path-breaking first history of the female members of the U.S. Navy has been updated to include the recent integration of Navy women into the crews of combaant shops and tactical aviation squadrons, and the contributions of Navy women to the space program. It is a comprehensive chronicle of inspirational service spanning nearly the entire century.

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About the author (1999)

Ebbert, a former Navy officer, has been a featured columnist for Navy Times and a Naval Academy information officer.

Hall is a writer for the Federal Energy Regulatory commission.

Edward L. Beach graduated from the US Navy's submarine school in December 1941, two weeks after Pearl Harbor. He commanded submarines in the Pacific throughout the rest of the war. His first novel, "Run Silent Run Deep, " became an immediate bestseller, and was later made into a Hollywood blockbuster. He passed away in 2002.

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