Ellen Haring

Ellen Haring is a senior fellow with Women in International Security where she directs the Combat Integration Initiative project. Her research and work focuses on women and gender in the military. Haring is a West Point graduate and a retired Army colonel. Presently, she is completing a Ph.D. at George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

Recent articles from Ellen Haring

Recruits of Kilo Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, change positions above a small pond on the Confidence Course Nov. 7, 2013, on Parris Island, S.C.
Keeping Marine Corps Boot Camp Gender-Divided Ensures It’s Separate But Not Equal
The Marine Corps' plan to keep boot camp training segregated by gender demonstrates its unwillingness to embrace integration.
Battalion Adjutant 2nd Lt. Kelsey Davis describes the personnel, casualty and replacement portions of a simulated combat scenario during a combined arms rehearsal at Peason Ridge during the Joint Readiness Training Center's 16-04 rotation on Fort Polk, Feb. 12, 2016.
Give Women All The Rights Of Citizenship, Including Selective Service
All of the rights and obligations of citizenship are not, and should never be, the sole purview of men.
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Stop Calling Servicewomen Girls
The way we refer to women matters, even if we don't realize it.
In a screenshot from a YouTube video produced by RangerUp, an obviously fake Army veteran defends his behavior.
That Valor Isn’t Yours To Defend
Valor cannot be claimed and doesn’t need to be defended because it can’t be stolen, so stop beating people up over it.
Ranger students from Charlie Company, 5th Ranger Training Battalion do pull-ups before breakfast at "Mountain Phase" on March 22, 2014.
Will The Army Go Through With Letting Women Into Ranger School?
More than 100 servicewomen have been killed fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan; isn't it time the military gives them the proper training to survive in combat?
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Why Is The Marine Corps Gazette Undermining The Corps On Women In Combat?
The Marine Corps needs to reign in its professional association or publicly distance itself from its activities.