V. Military

89. Gays and the military

1844. Bérubé, Allan. Coming out under fire : the history of gay men and women in World War Two. New York: Free Press, c1990. xiii, 377 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen, Harp, Law D769.2.B460 1990 1990.

Gays--United States--History--20th century/United States--Armed Forces--History--World War, 1939-1945/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--History--20th century.

1845. Peters, Robert and Peters, Robert. For you, Lili Marlene : a memoir of World War II. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, c1995. xiv, 107 p.

"A North Coast book." Continues: Peters, Robert. Crunching gravel.

Gen D811.P46760 1995.

Peters, Robert/United States--Army/World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American/Soldiers--United States--Biography.

1846. Carpenter, C. Tyler and Yeatts, Edward H. Stars without garters! : the memoirs of two gay GI's in WWII. San Francisco: Alamo Square Press, c1996. 159 p.

On title page: The "a" in stars and garters in the title is presented as a star.

Gen D811.5.C285 1996.

Carpenter, C. Tyler/Fuller, Edward Gray/United States--Army/United States--Army--Service Unit, 1209th/World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Biography.

1847. Zeeland, Steven. The masculine marine : homoeroticism in the U.S. Marine Corps. New York: Harrington Park Press, c1996. xi, 203 p. (Haworth gay & lesbian studies).

Gen VE23.Z44 1996.

United States--Marine Corps/Gays--United States--Identity .

1848. Rimmerman, Craig A. Gay rights, military wrongs : political perspectives on lesbians and gays in the military. New York: Garland Pub, 1996. xxvii, 344 p. (Garland reference library of social science, v. 1049).

Gen, Law UB418.G38G350 1996.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays/United States--Military policy/United States--Politics and government--1993-.

1849. Herek, Gregory M., Jobe, Jared B., and Carney, Ralph M. Out in force : sexual orientation and the military. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. xiii, 337 p. (Worlds of desire).

Gen UB418.G38 O93 1996.

Heterosexuals--United States--Attitudes/Sexual orientation--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1850. Hall, Edmond. We can't even march straight : homosexuality in the British armed forces. London: Vintage, 1995. viii, 180 p.

Gen UB419.G73H25 1995.

Great Britain--Armed Forces--Gays/Great Britain--Armed Forces--Gays/Military forces/Homosexuals/Great Britain.

1851. Strachan, Hew. The British army, manpower, and society into the twenty-first century. London Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2000. xxiv, 264 p.

Partial contents: 9. The British Army and Homosexuality / Stephen Deakin.

Gen UB335.G7 .B75 2000.

Great Britain--Army/Sociology, Military--Great Britain.

1852. Kennedy, James. About face : a gay officer's account of how he stopped prosecuting gays in the army and started fighting for their rights. New York: Carol Pub. Group, c1995. xvii, 302 p.

"A Birch Lane Press book." Includes index.

Gen U53.K46A30 1995.

Kennedy, James/United States--Army--Judge Advocate General's Corps/Judge advocates--United States--Biography/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1853. Shawver, Lois. And the flag was still there : straight people, gay people, and sexuality in the U.S. military. New York: Haworth Press, c1995. xiv, 262 p. (Haworth gay & lesbian studies).

Gen UB418.G38S530 1995.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays .

1854. Zeeland, Steven. Sailors and sexual identity : crossing the line between "straight" and "gay" in the U.S. Navy. New York: Haworth Press, c1995. xxi, 296 p.

Gen VB324.G38Z440 1995.

United States--Navy.

1855. Tatchell, Peter. We don't want to march straight : masculinity, queers and the military. London: Cassell, 1995. [8], 53 p.

Gen HQ76.T37 1995.

Homophobia/Armed Forces/Great Britain--Armed Forces--Gays/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1856. Cammermeyer, Margarethe and Fisher, Chris. Serving in silence. New York: Viking, 1994. ix, 308 p.

Gen HQ75.4.C36C360 1994.

Cammermeyer, Margarethe/Lesbians--United States--Biography/Women soldiers--United States--Biography/Nurses--United States--biography/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1857. United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services Military Forces and Personnel Subcommittee. Assessment of the plan to lift the ban on homosexuals in the military : hearings before the Military Forces and Personnel Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, hearings held July 21, 22 and 23, 1993. Washington: U.S. G.P.O For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, 1994. iii, 379 p.

Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche. Shipping list no.: 94-0032-P. "H.A.S.C. no. 103-19.".

Gen Doc Y4.AR5/2A:993-94/19, Law UB418.G38U533 1994.

Gays--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Government policy/United States--Military policy.

1858. United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Policy concerning homosexuality in the armed forces : hearings before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, second session, March 29, 31; April 29; May 7, 10, 11; July 20, 21, 22, 1993. Washington: U.S. G.P.O For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, 1994. v, 1075 p.

Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche. Shipping list no.: 94-0415-P.

GenDoc Y4.AR5/3:S.HRG.103-845.

Gays--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Government policy/United States--Military policy.

1859. Scott, Wilbur J. and Stanley, Sandra Carson. Gays and lesbians in the military : issues, concerns, and contrasts. New York: Aldine de Bruyter, c1994. xx, 278 p. (Social problems and social issues).

Introduction: Sexual Orientation and Military Service / Wilbur J. Scott and Sandra Carson Stanley -- 1. Gay and Lesbian Liberation: An Overview / Margaret Cruikshank -- 2. An Overview of the Debate on Homosexuals in the U.S. Military / David F. Burrelli -- 3. Social Science Research on Homosexuals in the Military / David R. Segal, Paul A. Gade and Edgar M. Johnson -- 4. From Citizen's Army to Social Laboratory / Charles Moskos, Jr. -- 5. Fighting for a Just Cause: Soldiers' Views on Gays in the Military / Laura L. Miller -- 6. Lifting the Ban on Homosexuals in the Military: The Subversion of a Moral Principle / Ronald D. Ray -- 7. Anatomy of a Panic: State Voyeurism, Gender Politics, and the Cult of Americanism / Barry D. Adam -- 8. Defensive Discourse: Blacks and Gays in the U.S. Military / Garry L. Rolison and Thomas K. Nakayama -- 9. Best-Kept Secrets: A Comparison of Gays and Women in the United States Armed Forces (The Hidden Life of Uncle Sam) / M. C. Devilbiss -- 10. The Military Ban on Homosexuals and the Cyclops Effect / Judith Hicks Stiehm -- 11. Opening the Canadian Forces to Gays and Lesbians: An Inevitable Decision but Improbable Reconfiguration / Rosemary E. Park -- 12. Gays in the Military: Policy and Practice in the Israeli Defence Forces / Reuven Gal -- 13. Sexual Orientation and Military Service: The British Case / Gwyn Harries-Jenkins and Christopher Dandeker -- 14. Homosexuality and the Armed Forces in the Netherlands / Marion Andersen-Boers and Jan Van der Meulen -- 15. Evolving Perspectives on the Military's Policy on Homosexuals: A Personal Note / Lawrence Korb -- 16. Sexual Orientation and the Armed Forces: Lifting the Ban with Caution / Allan J. Futernick -- 17. Integration of Homosexuals into the Armed Forces: Racial and Gender Integration as a Point of Departure / Donald H. Horner, Jr. and Michael T. Anderson -- Conclusion: Directions for the Future / Sandra Carson Stanley and Wilbur J. Scott.

Gen, Harp UB418.G38G360 1994.

Lesbians--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1860. U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services . National Defense Authorization Act for FY 1994. Washington, July, 1993.(H. Rpt., 103-200).

Cong. Session: 103-1.

Recommends passage, with an amendment in the nature of a substitute, of H.R. 2401, the National Defense Authorization Act for FY94. Also codifies DOD policy on homosexuals service in the armed forces.

Gen J66 H. Rpt. 103-200.

Department of Defense /Homosexuality.

1861. U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. National Defense Authorization Act for FY94. Washington, July, 1993.(S. Rept., 103-112).

Cong. Session: 103-1.

Recommends passage of S. 1298, the National Defense Authorization Act for FY94. Also codifies DOD policy on homosexuals' service in the armed forces.

Gen J66 S. Rpt. 103-112 .

Department of Defense /Homosexuals.

1862. Holobaugh, Jim and Hale, Keith. Torn allegiances : the story of a gay cadet. 1st ed. Boston, MA: Alyson Publications, 1993. 241 p.

Gen UB418.G38H650 1993.

United States--Army--Reserve Officers' Training Corps/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1863. Carey, John Jesse. The Christian argument for gays and lesbians in the military : essays by mainline church leaders. Lewiston: Mellen University Press, 1993. xi, 44 p.

Gen UB418.G38C49 1993.

Homosexuality--Religious aspects--Christianity/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1864. Graham, Robert David. Military secret. Las Colinas, TX: Monument Press, 1993. 375 p.

Gen VB324.G38G730 1993.

Graham, Robert David/United States--Navy/Sailors--United States--Biography.

1865. Eidsmoe, John. Gays & guns : the case against homosexuals in the military. Lafayette, La: Huntington House Publishers, c1993. 136 p.

Gen UG418.G38E360 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1866. Homosexuality and the military : a sourcebook of official, uncensored U.S. government documents. [S.l.]: Diane Pub, c1993. 1 v. (various pagings).

DoD's policy on homosexuality : a report / by the U.S. General Accounting Office -- The Crittenden report : report of the Board Appointed to Prepare and Submit Recommendations to the Secretary of the Navy for the Revision of Policies, Procedures, and Directives Dealing with Homosexuals -- Homosexuality and personnel security / by Theodore R. Sarbin -- A report to the Human Rights Campaign Fund on public attitudes toward homosexuals and their place in the military / prepared by Penn + Schoen Associates, Inc.

Gen, Law UB418.G38H656 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Government policy.

1867. D'Amico, Francine and Weinstein, Laurie Lee. Gender camouflage : women and the U.S. military. New York: New York University Press, c1999. x, 279 p.

Partial contents: 5. Lesbian Exclusion / Laurie Weinstein, Francine D'Amico and Lynn Meloa (pseudonym).

Gen UB418.W65 G46 1999.

Women and the military--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Women.

1868. Webber, Winni S. Lesbians in the military speak out. Northboro, MA: Madwoman Press, 1993. ii, 134 p.

Gen UB418.G38W430 1993.

Lesbians--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1869. Ray, Ronald D. Military necessity & homosexuality. 2nd ed. [Louisville, Ky.]: First Principles, c1993. xii, 137 p.

Gen UB418.G38R392 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1870. Thomas, Cal. Gays in the military : the moral and strategic crisis. 1st ed. Franklin, Tenn: Legacy Communications, 1993. vii, 100 p.

"A Caveat collection.".

Gen UB418.G38G3750 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1871. Zeeland, Steven. Barrack buddies and soldier lovers : dialogues with gay young men in the U.S. military. New York: Harrington Park Press, c1993. xii, 293 p.

Gen UB418.G38Z440 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1872. National Defense Research Institute (Rand Corporation), United States Dept. of Defense Office of the Secretary of Defense, and Rand Corporation. Sexual orientation and U.S. military personnel policy : options and assessment. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1993. xxviii, 518 p.

"Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.".

Gen UB418.G38N380 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1873. United States. General Accounting Office. Homosexuals in the military: policies and practices of foreign countries : report to the Honorable John W. Warner, U.S. Senate. Washington, D.C Gaithersburg, MD (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20884-6015): The Office The Office [distributor, 1993. 51 p.

Cover title. Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche. Shipping list no.: 93-0973-M. "June 1993." "GAO/NSIAD-93-215." "B-253590--P. 1.

Gen, Law UB416.U544 1993.

Gays/Military policy/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Government policy.

1874. United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Policy implications of lifting the ban on homosexuals in the military : hearings before the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, hearings held May 4 and 5, 1993. Washington: U.S. G.P.O For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, 1993. iv, 364 p.

Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche. Shipping list no.: 93-0649-P. "H.A.S.C. no. 103-18.".

GenDoc, LawDoc Y4.AR5/2A:993-94/18.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1875. United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense and United States. Dept. of Defense . Memorandum for the Secretary of the Army, Secretary of the Navy, Secretary of the AirForce, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff : subject: policy on homosexual conduct in the Armed forces. [Washington, D.C.?]: Office of the Secretary of Defense, 1993. [4] p.

Caption title. "July 19, 1993." Policy guidelines on homosexual conduct in the armed fores: p. [3-4].

Gen UB418.G38U57 1993.

Soldiers--United States--Conduct of life/Homosexuality--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Government policy.

1876. United States. Dept. of Defense. Summary report of the Military Working Group. [Washington, D.C.?]: Office of the Secretary of Defense, 1993. 15 p.

Cover title. "1130 1 July 1993." "OSD Working Group memorandum, 8 June 1993, 'Recommended DoD homeosexual policy outline'"--Prelim. p.

Gen UB418.G38S95 1993.

Soldiers--United States--Conduct of life/Homosexuality--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Government policy.

1877. Jackson, Donna. Honorable discharge : memoirs of an Army dyke : the Donna Jackson story. 1st ed. San Francisco: Christie & Stefin, c1993. 196 p.

Gen UB418.G38J3350 1993.

Jackson, Donna/United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1878. Steffan, Joseph, Wolinsky, Marc, Sherrill, Kenneth S., Cheney, Richard B., and United States District Court (District of Columbia). Gays and the military : Joseph Steffan versus the United States. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, c1993. xxii, 222 p.

Selected records and judgment in the case of Joseph C. Steffan v. Richard B. Cheney, Secretary of Defense, heard by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Introduction / Marc Wolinsky and Kenneth Sherrill -- Motion for Summary Judgment of Joseph Steffan / Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Kay -- Affidavit I of John Boswell: On the History of Social Attitudes toward Homosexuality from Ancient Greece to the Present -- Affidavit II of John Boswell: On the Use of the Term "Homo" as a Derogatory Epithet -- Affidavit I of Richard Green: On Homosexual Orientation as an Immutable Characteristic -- Affidavit of Kenneth Sherrill: On Gay People as a Politically Powerless Group -- Affidavit of Gregory Herek: On Prejudice toward Gay People and Gays as Security Risks -- Affidavit of Robert Rankin: On the Ability of Gay People to Perform Well in the Military -- Affidavit of Kate Dyer: On Other Nations' Policies toward Gays in the Military -- Memorandum in Response to Motion of Joseph Steffan / Department of Justice -- Reply Memorandum in Support of Joseph Steffan's Motion / Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz -- Affidavit II of Richard Green: On Recent Developments in the Field of Brain Research -- Opinion / Oliver Gasch.

Gen, Law XXKF228.S74S740 1993.

Steffan, Joseph/Cheney, Richard B/Equality before the law--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Legal status, laws, etc.

1879. Shilts, Randy. Conduct unbecoming : lesbians and gays in the U.S. military : Vietnam to the Persian Gulf. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. xiv, 784 p.

Prologue: The Dangerous Difference (1778-1954) -- Bk. 1. The Sanction of the Victim (1954-1969). 1. What Tom Dooley Really Wanted: A Prologue to Vietnam. 2. Manhood. 3. Rules. 4. The Spy. 5. A Name on the Wall. 6. Convenience of the Government (Part 1). 7. Days of Future Passed. 8. Home Front. 9. The Sanction of the Victim -- Bk. 2. Interrogations (1969-1975). 10. National Security. 11. Endings. 12. Interrogations. 13. Indoctrination. 14. Dykes and Whores. 15. In Country. 16. Back to the World. 17. Winners. 18. STRAC. 19. Politics and Prejudice. 20. The Letter -- Bk. 2. Trials (197-1976). 21. The Color Purple (Part 1). 22. The Green Beret. 23. Freedom. 24. The Mile-Wide Word. 25. Triangulates. 26. Adjectives and Nouns. 27. The Next Generation. 28. Transitions. 29. The Secret Report -- Bk. 4. The Family (1977-1980). 30. The Family. 31. Reaction. 32. The Gayest Ship in the Navy and Other Stories. 33. Women at Sea. 34. Angry Gods. 35. Memorial Day. 36. Glory Days. 37. "Until After November" 38. Interregnum. 39. Future Imperfect -- Bk. 5. Lesbian Vampires of Bavaria (1981-1985). 40. Thoughtcrimes. 41. Surrender Dorothy. 42. Railroading. 43. Doreen. 44. Lesbian Vampires of Bavaria. 45. Straights. 46. In the Midnight Sky. 47. Heroes. 48. Exiles. 49. Blanket Parties. 50. Costs. 51. HTLV-III. 52. Dykebusters. 53. Friends of Helga. 54. Where It All Begins -- Bk. 6. HOMOVAC (1986-1990). 55. Tom Dooley's Undesirable Discharge. 56. The Unquiet Death of Michael W. Foster. 57. Countertrends. 58. The Color Purple (Part 2). 59. At the Buccaneer Motel. 60. HOMOVAC: Prisoner Number 73343. 61. Foreign Affairs. 62. The Escape. 63. Naming Names. 64. The Soesterberg Affair. 65. Funerals. 66. Malleus Maleficarum. 67. The Release of Prisoner Number 17. 68. Embarrassments in the Making. 69. Explosions. 70. Mockingbirds. 71. Official Government Sources. 72. Hearings. 73. Holding Actions. 74. Vindication. 75. The Fag Killer. Epilogue: Promises to Keep. 76. Convenience of the Government (Part 2). 77. Tom Dooley's Honorable Discharge.

Gen, Harp, Law UB418.G38S550 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1880. Wells-Petry, Melissa. Exclusion : homosexuals and the right to serve. Washington, D.C Lanham, MD: Regnery Gateway National Book Network [distributor], c1993. xiii, 237 p.

Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. The Sound and the Fury: The Temptation to Equate Controversy with Substance. Overview of the Litigation, 1971-1991. Homosexuality and the Right to Privacy. Homosexuality and First Amendment Rights -- Ch. 3. The Hope and the Glory: The Art of Styling Constitutional Claims. Ovrview of the Litigation, 1971-1991. Homosexuality and "Due Process" Homosexuality and "Equal Protection" Homosexuality and Equal Protection: Conclusion -- Ch. 4. The Homosexual Exclusion Policy and the Rational Basis Test. The Rational Basis Test. The Army's Position. Plaintiffs' Arguments on the Irrationality of the Homosexual Exclusion Policy -- Ch. 5. The Regulatory Basis for the Homosexual Exclusion Policy. The Regulatory Rationales -- Ch. 6. The Politics of Social Experimentation. The "Disclosure" Model. The "Decriminalization" Model. The "Accommodation" Model -- Ch. 7. The Relationship Between the American People and the American Army. Practical Reasons for Policy-Making Restraint -- Ch. 8. The Relationship Between the Coordinate Branches of Government. Constitutional Reasons for Policy-Making Restraint. Ch. 9. Summary.

Gen, Law UB418.G38W450 1993.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays.

1881. Batstone, David B. and Mendieta, Eduardo. The good citizen. New York: Routledge, 1999. viii, 167 p.

Partial contents: 9. Contagious Word: Paranoia and "Homosexuality" in the Military / Judith Butler.

Gen JK1759 .G58 1999.

Civics/Citizenship--United States/Political participation--United States.

1882. Steffan, Joseph. Honor bound : a gay American fights for the right to serve his country. 1st ed. New York: Villard Books, 1992. 245 p.

Gen VB324.G38S740 1992.

Steffan, Joseph/United States--Navy/United States Naval Academy/Sailors--United States--Biography.

1883. United States. General Accounting Office. Defense force management : DOD's policy on homosexuality : report to Congressional requesters. Washington, D.C Gaithersburg, MD (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20877): The Office The Office [distributor, 1992. 79 p.

Cover title. "June 1992." "GAO/NSIAD-92-98." Supplemented by: Defense force management : statistics related to DOD's policy on homosexuality (NSIAD-92-98S). "B-247235"--P. [1].

Law UB418.G38U540 1992.

United States--Dept. of Defense/Military discharge--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Government policy.

1884. United States. General Accounting Office. Defense force management : statistics related to DOD's policy on homosexuality : supplement to a report to Congressional requesters. Washington, D.C Gaithersburg, MD (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20877): The Office The Office [distributor, 1992. 63 p.

Cover title. Chiefly tables. "June 1992." Supplement to: Defense force management : DoD's policy on homosexuality (NSIAD-92-98). S/N 146967 (GAO) "GAO/NSIAD-92-98S." "B-247235"--P. 1.

Gen, Law UB418.G38U540 1992a.

United States--Dept. of Defense/Military discharge--United States--Statistics/United States--Armed Forces--Gays--Statistics.

1885. Humphrey, Mary Ann. My country, my right to serve : experiences of gay men and women in the military : World War II to the present. 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row, c1990. xxxiii, 285 p.

Gen UB418.G38H860 1990.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays .

1886. Dyer, Kate. Gays in uniform : the Pentagon's secret reports. 1st ed. Boston: Alyson Publications, 1990. xviii, 135 p.

Gen, Law UB418.G38G380 1990.

United States--Armed Forces--Gays/United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.

1887. McDaniel, Michael A., Eoyang, Carson, and Defense Personnel Security Research and Education Center (U.S.). Preservice adjustment of homosexual and heterosexual military accessions : implications for security clearance suitability. Monterey, Calif: Defense Personnel Security Research and Education Center, 1989. v, 23 p.

"January 1989." Reviewed by Carson K. Eoyang, Director of Defense Personnel Security Research and Education Center. Cover title. PERS-TR-89-004.

Law HQ76.3.U5M383 1989.

Homosexuality--United States--Military policy/Armed Forces--National security--United States/Soldiers--United States--Sexual behavior.

1888. Murphy, Lawrence R. Perverts by official order : the campaign against homosexuals by the United States Navy. New York: Haworth Press, c1988. xiii, 340 p.

Includes index.

Gen VB324.G38M870 1988.

United States--Navy/Trials (Sodomy)--Rhode Island--Newport--History/Gays--United States--History--20th century/Newport (R.I.)--History.

1889. Sarbin, Theodore R., Karols, Kenneth E., and Eoyang, Carson. Nonconforming sexual orientations and military suitability. [Monterey, Calif.]: Defense Personnel Security Research and Education Center, 1988. iv., 93 leaves.

Cover letter and press release by Congressman Gerry E. Studds and three internal Defense Department memoranda attached. Cover title. "PERS-TR-89-002".

Law HQ76.3.U5S373 1988.

Homosexuality--United States--Military policy/Soldiers--Sexual behavior--United States/Armed Forces--National security--United States.

1890. Bourdonnay, Katherine. Fighting back : lesbian and gay draft, military, and veterans issues. Chicago, IL: National Lawyers Guild's Military Law Task Force Copies distributed by Midwest Committee for Military Counseling, c1985. viii, 143 p.

Kept up to date by yearly supplements.

Law UB343.F460 1985.

Draft--United States/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--United States/Lesbians--Legal status, laws, etc--United States/United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc/United States--Armed Forces--Appointments and retirements.

1891. Williams, Colin J. and Weinberg, Martin S. Homosexuals and the military; a study of less than honorable discharge. [1st ed.]. New York: Harper & Row, c1971. xii, 221 p.

Gen UH630.W54 1971.

Soldiers--Sexual behavior/Homosexuality/Military Personnel/Homosexuality.

1892. Crittenden, S. H. Captain and United States Navy Dept. Report of the board appointed to prepare and submit recommendations to the Secretary of the Navy for the revision of policies, procedures and directives dealing with homosexuals, 21 December 1956-15 March 1957. 1957. 3 v.

"For official use only." On cover: "Crittendon [i.e. Crittenden] report." "All confidential material has been segregated and forwarded as Part III to this report" and will be made available only to "future boards convened to consider this subject" - P. 5. Chairman: S.H. Crittenden, Jr., Captain, U.S. Navy. Typescript (Photocopy).

Law XXKF7352.R476 1957.

United States--Navy/United States--Navy/Sailors--United States--Sexual behavior/Gays in military service.