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Topic - Dan Lamothe
A third pair of female Marine lieutenants has failed to complete the Corps' Infantry Officer Course at Quantico, Va.
"The women seemingly failed primarily due to struggles with upper-body strength," embedded reporter Dan Lamothe wrote. "In one example, they both struggled to climb a 20-foot rope required twice. One Marine made it all the way up it once, but could not do it again. The other woman — and a couple [of] men — were unable to make it up the rope one time."