British Army Officer Becomes First Female To Pass The Tough Parachute Regiment Course

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A British Army Captain has become the first female officer to pass the mercilessly tough Parachute Regiment entry course

Captain Rosie Wild, 28, has been described by many people as a “trailblazer” after passing the high-intensity physically challenging course. 

Several women have tried but failed the gruelling ‘P’ Company course since the rules were changed, and they were allowed to apply in the late ’90s. 

As part of the course, recruits have to complete a 20-mile endurance march which many recruits fail as they try to join the elite fighting regiment. 

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