Evidence has emerged that the first female enlisted soldier to “pass” Ranger School, actually cheated the system and was given special treatment that male soldiers do not receive. Here we have one more example of our military being used for social experiments.
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The first female to graduate Ranger School allegedly quit during the first phase of training and was given more opportunities to restart phases of the course, according to sources within the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade.
The US Army celebrated a “first” in August after 29-year-old Staff Sergeant Amanda Kelley graduated from Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia, following several female officers who have already completed the course.
However, several sources -including Ranger Instructors (RIs) whose names have been withheld- say that the NCO quit during the first phase of training, but was allowed to come back and even recycle several times, something that has never happened in a course that is supposed to automatically disqualify those who “tap out.”
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