Skip to comments.Army's First Woman Green Beret Set to Graduate
Posted on 06/27/2020 5:25:56 PM PDT by kevcol
Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., made the announcement in a statement, calling the woman's graduation from the Special Forces Qualification Course "an important and hard-earned milestone."
"This achievement is a testament to this soldier's individual strength, courage and commitment, and also an important institutional milestone for U.S. Special Operations Command as it embraces the cultural change that will continue to make it the most successful and elite Special Operations Force in the world," Stefanik said.
In mid-June, the National Guard soldier finished the final requirement by making it through a culminating field exercise that drops candidates into a fictional, unconventional-warfare setting at Camp Mackall, North Carolina, the news outlet reported.
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Unless she can carry a wounded operator in full battle rattle to safety, she has NO BUSINESS BEING ON A TEAM!!
The Obama stank...like a skunk spray..lingers on.
She can be a tunnel rat.
I guess they really are going to replace Spec Ops with Social Workers like the Babylon Bee predicted ... did you fact check that Babylon Bee story Snopes?
Just over five feet tall,
She can be a tunnel rat.
I thought the same thing. But just the thought of spiders and snakes probably terrifies her.
No one will want her on their team.
Buried somewhere is that they lowered standards for this to happen. She can’t possibly carry a co Green Beret off the field at all.
Oprahfying the military may make us feel good, but it endangers lives.
Unit cohesion destroyed.
Chicks f*** up everything.
A sad day for our country. We have lost our minds.
there is no way you can tell me she can meet every single standard they require men to achieve.
i say repeal the 19th and get things back on the right track.
“No one will want her on their team”
They may, for other reasons.
Sounds as useful as a 5 tall 100# firefighter.
That stuff started under Clinton. Dubya the Worthless of course let it continue with his blessing.
How much watering down did they do for her ???
I highly doubt that.
Probably a fugly dyke.
National Guard ( or even reserve )? Somebody correct me if I’m wrong but I always thought that any special forces candidate had to have at least a few years of exemplary active duty service before they could even try out for any of these duties. then after all training is complete can the go Guard or Reserve.
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