First Female Navy SEAL Candidate Quits After a Week of Training

Former President Barack Obama made a rule change that allows women in United States Military combat roles. A woman enlisted and was set to become the first female Navy Seal quite after one week of training, according to a report form Task and Purpose.

Per Daily Wire:

“The unidentified female candidate dropped out in early August during a three-week course in San Diego that began July 24. It was the first assessment of potential SEAL officers before they can be sent on to more grueling courses, according to the website, which cited ‘multiple Naval Special Warfare Command sources,'” reports The Washington Examiner.

Before former President Barack Obama’s rule change, which took effect in January of 2016, women were not allowed in United States Military combat roles. “​But there were no female applicants in the 18 months since that historic change until now,” reported CNN at the end of July, referring to the enlistment of the unidentified candidate.

There is still one remaining female candidate attempting to join the Navy’s special operations teams; this unidentified woman is training for the Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC) program.

As previously reported by The Daily Wire, women, generally speaking, are unqualified for combat. Moreover, sex-integrated units have been found to be far less effective and more injury-prone than all-male units.

The left continues to pound square pegs into round holes. From transgenders in the military to affirmative action in college to this, these policies are just not working.

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