Female members of the Special Forces Department stationed at the country’s General Directorate of Security Affairs claim in a special interview with the newspaper Hürriyet that staying at home is more difficult than working hard for the country.
500 of the nation’s approximately 20,500 Special Forces soldiers are female. Out of 100 applicants, about 60 will be selected to join the Special Forces after arduous training and numerous exams. G.B, a special forces soldier for 28 years, acknowledged that the job was difficult but added: ““If you serve the job with love, it is easy. Being a housewife is harder.” Women are better snipers, for three distinct reasons. Women may breathe easily, shoot calmly, and have slower heart rates than men.