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Women have the right to do work in every field of life and the days gone when women have fear to join the military force, nowadays they are joining army to defend their countries as two female American ladies have created history while completing the US Army’s fatiguing Ranger Course.
Before that, not any other female named the title ever— both brave ladies became the first female soldiers who became the part of US Army after facing every tough challenge during fatiguing Ranger Course.
These ladies have spent more than 60 days alongside 94 other Americans who were part of the leadership course, which teaches trainees how to prevail over low energy, tiredness, and stress to lead Soldiers during small unit combat operations.
The 381 men and 19 women started the training camp in April, the first Army Ranger school that consist of females and that based at Fort Benning, Georgia, as well as training in woodlands, mountainous terrain and Florida swampland.
The Army Rangers considers one of the best forces, who trained to face every toughest condition at every location as mountain, desert and swamp terrain, hence becoming a part of special operations.
The tough training course consists of a five mile run in 40 minutes, 49 push-ups, 59 sit-ups, six chin-ups, a swim test, a land navigation test, a 12-mile foot march in three hours and some obstacle courses, four days of military mountaineering, three parachute jumps, four air assaults on helicopters, multiple rubber boat movements, and 27 days of mock combat patrols.
The graduation ceremony scheduled to be held on 21 August at Fort Benning. The United States military offered thousands of frontline combat jobs for women about two years ago.