The US Concealed Carry Association has a comprehensive article on the different carry methods for petite women.
This is a great article on how and what to wear for women who carry concealed. CorneredCat.com
This is a montage of the women who participated in the 2011 Nationals for the USPSA.
This is a neat site that documents the role of women in the military over the years.
From MilitaryTimes.com: Capt. Emily Hannenberg, of the 554th Engineer Battalion at Fort Leonard Wood, graduated from the Sapper Leader Course in 2008. The 2007 West Point graduate said if given the chance, she would welcome the opportunity to attend Ranger School — but only if the standards remain the same for men and women.
From Guns.com: Dianna Liedorff and Karla Herdzik both claimed High Lady titles in Texas, North Carolina, and Missouri.
From American Rifleman: When considering the purchase of a low-recoil defensive pistol, we have to ask some important questions. Is a bigger handgun the better handgun if our loved one can’t tolerate the recoil? Is using the correct model of handgun as important to their self-defense plan as finding a model they will practice with? Should we write off pistols that our friends or family would buy and shoot on…
From Navy.mil: As an information systems technician, Uptagrafft has not received applicable weapons training in the Navy that aided her in making the team. She does give credit to her assigned unit, 3rd Naval Construction Regiment, with whom she made a nine-month deployment to Kandahar, Afghanistan from 2010-2011, with being a true enabler.
Il Ling gives tips on carrying concealed for women.