The Army’s Ranger School will get its first two women graduates on Friday.
The two women will join 94 men for their Ranger School graduation, which will take place at Fort Benning, Ga. The school started on April 20 with 19 women and 381 men. The school trains soldiers that typically service in special operations, reports Fox News.
The Ranger School lasts for 62 days and requires its students to complete a variety of physical tasks before they can graduate. Roughly one-third of participants have to “recycle” through at least one of the courses. The two women recycled trough two courses before they could graduate, Fox News notes. Read