In this April 19, 2015 file photo, one of the 20 female soldiers, center, who is among the 400 students who qualified to start Ranger School, runs in place in between obstacles on the Darby Queen, one of the toughest obstacle courses in U.S. Army training, at Fort Benning, in Georgia.
In this April 19, 2015 file photo, one of the 20 female soldiers, center, who is among the 400 students who qualified to start Ranger School, runs in place in between obstacles on the Darby Queen, one of the toughest obstacle courses in U.S. Army training, at Fort Benning, in Georgia. Robin Trimarchi AP
In this April 19, 2015 file photo, one of the 20 female soldiers, center, who is among the 400 students who qualified to start Ranger School, runs in place in between obstacles on the Darby Queen, one of the toughest obstacle courses in U.S. Army training, at Fort Benning, in Georgia. Robin Trimarchi AP

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