As women assume more combat roles in the US military and continue to operate in austere environments with varied mission sets, the Department of Defense must rethink its approach to equipment and uniform development to accommodate female anatomical differences. This article analyzes the results of a study conducted during the Sandhurst Military Skills Competition at the United States Military Academy to determine the effectiveness of commercial off-the-shelf products the Army has adopted to aid female urination—products used by competition participants that may not be the best or healthiest options for women.
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Andrea M. Peters, Michael A. Washington, Lolita Burrell & James Ness, "Rethinking Female Urinary Devices for the US Army," Parameters 52, no. 1 (2022): 41-56, doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3128.
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