Master Sergeant Jessica Alicea-Cavezza, Sexual Harassment Assault Response Prevention Program Manager conducts a Jumpmaster Pre-Inspection with Sgt. Allyson Westfall, parachute rigger, both from the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, prior to an airborne operation over Luzon Drop Zone at Camp Mackall, North Carolina March 25, 2019. (U.S. Army photo by K. Kassens)


New York Daily News: Female special ops soldiers face rampant sexism, other challenges: Army study 

Women have been able to serve in the U.S. Army’s Special Operations units for eight years, but they’re still subject to outright sexism, discrimination and other obstacles, according to a new study. 

The Army’s report showed that while women have made significant gains during in the military, deep biases have not been removed and can impede that progress.  

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WNU Editor: The report is here …. BREAKING BARRIERS: Women in Army Special Operations. 

Report Says Female Soldiers In U.S. Army Special Operations Face Rampant Sexism And Harassment  

Female soldiers in Army special operations face rampant sexism and harassment, report says — AP 

Study reveals persistent sexism toward women serving in US Army Special Operations Forces — CNN

‘Looking for a Husband, Boyfriend, Attention’: Study Reveals Sexism Faced by Women in Army Special Operations —

Female US Army commandos face harassment – report — RT