Woman Officer passes UKSF Selection?

Discussion in 'Infantry' started by wannabeseal, Dec 18, 2008.

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  1. I have just finished reading 'The British Officer' by Antony Clayton, who was a senior lecturer at Sandhurst (also a Lt Colonel in the TA).

    On page 245 it states that:

    "in 2003 a women officer successfully completed the extremely testing Special Forces selection course, the first women to do so"

    Is this correct??

    At first I thought he might have mistaken Capt. Tattersall (see http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/2017213.stm) as the women officer.

    But surely as a senior lecturer at RMAS, he would know the AACC is no where nearly as challenging as the UKSF selection!
     
  2. Yea i remember a blonde bint passing the hill phase in stages as a trial of sorts, she was deemed unsuitable, and she did the whole meeting McNab in a busy london park wearing huge black shades and a shawl type of thing afterwards.
     
  3. probably SRR?
     
  4. Can't you just ask one of your mates?? After all according to this: LINK You've passed every other course in the Forces so surely you've done Selection too :roll:
     
  5. Yeah that was season 3 of ultimate force when Becca passed selection.
     
  6. best not say what I said