First female Navy SEAL quits after one week of training
Does it shock anyone that the first ever female candidate dropped out after just one week of Seal training? Feminists are always crying about equal opportunity these days but when it comes down to it women are simply not cut out to be a Navy Seal. The training process is so grueling that only the toughest of men are able to succeed at the process. When an unnamed woman was finally able to prove herself she dropped out.
“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.”
Barack Obama changed military guidelines back in 2016. Before that time, women weren’t allowed in military combat roles. CNN reported back in July that there were no women who attempted to be placed in a combat role until now.
“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.”
So why was this unnamed woman unable to complete the training? The truth is that Seal training is so dangerous that most men never make it past “Hell Week”. The dropout rate in SEAL training is incredibly high. Roughly 75 percent of the men who start the BUD/S course don’t finish.
More Navy SEALs have died in training over the past few years than in combat, according to records kept by the Navy SEAL Foundation. The Navy currently doesn’t have any more women lined up to train for the program and it will most likely stay that way. Women simply are not cut out for such an intense training program.