When you think about Marines, your first thought is of men, right? Well soon -- that might not be the case. Because get this: four females recently became the first ladies to ever complete the Marine Corps' infantry combat training regimen. Yup, these women finished the 59-day infantry evaluation course in which they were required to meet the same standards as their male counterparts. Can I get an OORAH!?
What makes this even better? This selfie of the four women, taken the day before the Marine Corps' 238th birthday. Now instead of just thinking of Opha Mae Johnson, the first woman who ever enlisted in the Marine Corps, maybe they'll think of the name Harlee "Rambo" Bradford (front and center). The names of her three friends and fellow finishers have not been released.
Let's hear it for the ... girls? Yes. Let's.