Air Force Major General Margaret Woodward is in charge of the U.S. air strikes in Libya and the first woman in U.S. history to oversee an air campaign, reports Grace Wyler. “Woodward’s leadership illustrates how the Libya campaign is throwing gender stereotypes about war out the window. In a NYT column Tuesday, Maureen Dowd notes that U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, national security aides Samantha Power and Gayle Smith, and – eventually – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were some of the more vocal supporters of the no-fly zone.”
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