Sunday, December 29, 2013

Female Marine Physical Standard

(Parris Island, South Carolina)
Starting Jan. 1, every woman in the Marines Corps was supposed to meet a new physical standard by performing three pullups. But that has been put off.

The Marine Corps announced it quietly. There was no news conference — just a notice on its social media sites and an item on its own TV show, The Corps Report.

Lance Cpl. Ally Beiswanger explained that the pullup test had been put off until sometime next year, to gather more data and "ensure all female Marines are given the best opportunity to succeed."

So far, female Marines are not succeeding. Fifty-five percent of female recruits tested at the end of boot camp were doing fewer than three pullups; only 1 percent of male recruits failed the test.

The three pullups is already the minimum required for all male Marines.


Doom said...

That isn't the only thing they fail. Some of the other things must have been lowered or eliminated. Women cannot run, swim, lift, or any of the rest up to men. Comfort women, self selecting, it's... all they are. Well, and slow targets.

slwlion1 said...

I knew this would happen and I prayed it would not ! I really no longer care. Semper FI !!!


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