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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Richard Ulsh
Two female Marine lieutenants have failed in their bid to complete the Corps' grueling, all-male Infantry Officer Course (IOC).
The Pentagon's most expensive weapons system program ever has taken a key step toward becoming operational, despite cost overruns and scheduling delays that have hampered its production and looming budget cuts that imperil its deployment.
"We will continue to solicit women to take part in the IOC program," Marine Corps spokesman Capt. Richard Ulsh told The Washington Times. "I don't know how [the failures] could stretch to mean something broader than what you've got."