Tag Archives: Women on submarines

Looking down range

Third and Fourth Order effects. Fancy military jargon for “unintended consequences” Of course, being the military, we try to imagine the consequences of our actions so we can plan for them. But if you could imagine the consequences, they wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Change, it is a comin’: Part Deux

In what is sure to set the dolphin wearing world a-tizzy, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, he of the seersucker suit, made a statement yesterday once again making the push for women on submarines. Women should be allowed to … Continue reading

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Change, it is a’coming

In the form of women on submarines…. not yet, mind you, but it is inevitable I think. Lt. Cmdr. Marilisa Elrod, shown here in Hawaii recently, has a rare distinction: as a doctor and undersea medical officer, she has become … Continue reading

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