In this book, General Ann Dunwoody, USA (Ret.), traces her illustrious career from initial entry into the Women’s NWC_Summer2016Review.indb 148 6/8/16 3:58 PM B OOK REVIEWS 149 Army Corps in 1975 as a second lieuten- ant through her promotion to four-star general to her retirement in 2012 as the commander of the Army Materiel Command (AMC). Dunwoody came from an army family: her father was a veteran of both Korea and Vietnam and retired as a brigadier general; her brother was a West Point graduate; and a sister was one of the Army’s first female helicopter pilots.
Gibbons, Thomas J.
"A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America’s First Female Four-Star General, by Ann Dunwoody,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 69
, Article 11.
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