Female soldier to command infantry troops having passed Brecon course

A female soldier will command infantry troops for the first time having passed one of the British Army’s toughest courses.

The soldier, whose name has been withheld for security reasons, attended the course at the Infantry Battle School in the Brecon Beacons, south Wales.

Having passed the course, designed to select future infantry leaders, the Telegraph understands the woman will now transfer into a regular infantry Battalion where she could command a section of eight soldiers.

I bet it’s a tranny, that’s why they’re not releasing the name.

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