(ARMYTIMES) — The three women who remain in the Army's gender-integrated assessment of Ranger School have passed — for the second time — the grueling physical fitness test that kicks off every cycle of the course.
The women, who were offered Day One Recycles, passed the Ranger Physical Assessment on Monday, said Col. William Butler, deputy commandant of the U.S. Army Infantry School.
A total of 364 students, including the three women, started training Monday, said Col. David Fivecoat, commander of the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade, which runs Ranger School.
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The three female and 273 male students met the standards of the Ranger Physical Assessment, Fivecoat said.