Two females have applied for spots in traditionally all-male Naval Special Warfare teams, according to National Public Radio.
One female has applied as an officer for SEAL candidacy, and the other female for SWCC (Special Warfare Combatant-Crewman). The Navy first opened special warfare positions to females in March of 2016.
August, 2015 saw the graduation of the first female US Army Rangers.
SGPT sends them a big HOOYAH!
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