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SAS may alter performance standard to accommodate women

The UK’s Daily Mail reports that there’s a rumor circulating in the halls of the Ministry of Defense that the selection phase for the Special Air Services, the special forces of the British Army, may get easier for female applicants when the course is opened to women in 2019; But according to sources who spoke […]
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