Navy: Only woman in SEAL training pipeline drops out
SAN DIEGO – The only woman in the Navy SEAL training pipeline has dropped out, a Navy special warfare official confirmed Friday.
The three-week-long program in Coronado, across the bay from San Diego, tests participants’ physical and psychological strength along with water competency and leadership skills. The program is the first in-person evaluation of a candidate who desires to become a Navy SEAL officer, and it allows sailors to compete against peers in an equitable training environment.
All sailors must go through the program before being selected to take part in SEAL basic training, a six-month program so grueling that 75 percent of candidates drop out by the end of the first month.
Being realistic; there are certain areas in life that men are not suited for and others that women are not suited for. SO FAR; a Navy Seal is one obstacle the ladies have not conquered.
Who knows; there may be a super-women waiting in the wings; wait to get her wings??
I never say never.