US Army Drops Grenade Competency Requirement, Because Women Too Weak to Throw Them

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
February 17, 2017

Looks like prime soldier material to me.

What you have to understand is that accepting women and minorities into the military and training them to be soldiers is mostly just a meme. What they do is just make these people play pretend during basic training, and just shuffle all these people into administrative or support positions.

Unfortunately, even with lowered standards, they’re having a hard time getting these “valuable recruits,” which no doubt include trannies and “strong Black women who don’t need no man,” to pass even the most elementary tests.

So the natural response, of course, is to abolish those tests.

CNS News:

The U.S. Army will drop its hand grenade competency requirement for graduation from basic training because getting recruits to pass it is taking “too much time” and they’re just not strong enough, Major General Malcolm Frost told reporters on Friday.


Not strong enough?

This fine soldier is as strong as any man – unless that man is older than 11.

Changes to the Army’s Basic Combat Training (BTC) will eliminate the current hand grenade proficiency standards as a requirement for graduation, reports:

“The new BCT does, however, do away with hand grenade qualification and land navigation course qualification as graduation requirements.”

So they removed grenade handling, and “land navigation.”

Land navigation is just the ability to read maps and plot a course.

Surprise surprise, women can’t follow maps for shit, and have no sense of direction. So they’re probably part of the reason this requirement is slashed.

Though since land navigation requires some elementary arithmetic, it’s possible the brown recruits are failing this test as well.

Discussing the change with reporters, Maj. Gen. Frost explained that training recruits to pass the current requirement was taking too much time:

What we have found is it is taking far, far too much time. It’s taking three to four times as much time … just to qualify folks on the hand grenade course than we had designated so what is happening is it is taking away from other aspects of training.”

Plus, trainees just aren’t strong enough to throw the grenade far enough away – and simply can’t be taught to properly throw a grenade “if they haven’t thrown growing up” – Maj. Gen. Frost explained:

“We are finding that there are a large number of trainees that come in that quite frankly just physically don’t have the capacity to throw a hand grenade 20 to 25 to 30 meters. In 10 weeks, we are on a 48-hour period; you are just not going to be able to teach someone how to throw if they haven’t thrown growing up.”

A hand grenade typically weights less than a pound, or half a kilogram. Even a teenage boy could throw that 30 meters away (100 feet).

But then again, I wouldn’t expect recruits who look like this to be able to do much of anything:

Actual Marine Corps recruits. Couldn’t find Army ones, but I assume it’s pretty similar.

Of course, the military isn’t admitting that this dramatic lowering of standards is due to women who consistently fail to make the cut. They’re just saying “some of our recruits are just too weak and never threw a ball in their damn life.”

All men throw balls as kids, and any man is strong enough to throw a small one-pound ball 25 yards away.

It’s perfectly obvious that this is about women not being up to snuff.

But they can never admit that and undermine the absurd feminist myth of equality. So they’ll just continue lowering the standards until mentally retarded, wheel-chair bound cripples can breeze through basic training.

And the worse part of this is, since these women are complete shit at being soldiers, but it would be sexist to throw them out of the force, they’re probably likely to be rapidly promoted in order to be taken away from the front lines, where competence is crucial.

So this means our officer class is going to get swamped with little girls like the above pictures sooner or later.

God help us all.

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