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A Year In, No Female SEAL Applicants, Few for SpecOps | Military.com
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A Year In, No Female SEAL Applicants, Few for SpecOps | Military.com

A little more than 12 months after training pipelines for previously closed elite special operator jobs opened to women, the U.S. military has yet to see its first female Navy SEAL or Green Beret.

The component commanders for each of the service special operations commands say they’re ready to integrate female operators into their units, but it’s not yet clear when they’ll have the opportunity to do so.

The Navy is closely monitoring the interest of female applicants. In fact, Naval Special Warfare Command is eyeing one Reserve Officer Training Corps member who’s interested in the SEALs…

Source: A Year In, No Female SEAL Applicants, Few for SpecOps | Military.com