Michael Chapman reports at CNSNews.com:
The first woman to join a British infantry regiment has quit, and after only two weeks of training, according to the Daily Mail.
The woman could not keep up with the male soldiers and she herself admitted that she had underestimated the physical rigors of the military training.
The RAF infantry course was 18 weeks long and started in May. The regiment is comprised of 2,000 soldiers and is designed to protect British bases and airfields around the world.
"The ban on women in British combat units was lifted in 2016 after then-Prime Minister David Cameron, head of the Conservative Party, said 'it was essential that the make-up of the Armed Forces reflected society and he lifted the ban on women serving in combat units'," the Daily Mail reports, according to CNSNews.