Infantryman who didn’t meet standards questions whether females can meet the same standards as males


Fort Benning – A Male Infantryman, who was allowed to graduate One Station Unit Training (OSUT) without passing a Physical Fitness Test or qualify on his weapon, questions whether females should be allowed in the Infantry due to their “inability to achieve the same standards as males.” PV2 Jerry Corny, an Infantryman who was given his blue cord two weeks ago because he wasn’t allowed to fail, stated “the Infantry has a long, proud legacy of being home to the best of the best. We don’t cut corners in the Infantry, and I know women are naturally weaker, so I don’t think it’s a good fit.” We’ll continue to check in on Corny as he weasels out of PT every morning by going to sick call and earning his sick call tab.

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