The First Four Women To Complete Marine Infantry Training Took A Celebratory Selfie Together
Truly a historic day for selfies and for the military!
Harlee "Rambo" Bradford (in the middle) snapped this selfie after her and the three other women in the photo were the first of 15 to complete a Marine Corps pilot course.
Bradford's Instagram has a whole collection of badass selfies from infantry training.
Infantry training for Bradford's group required the women to to meet the same standards as any other Marine.
Including a 12 1/2 mile march in combat gear that lasted almost 5 hours, running at a 4 mph pace carrying 90-pounds of gear.
Bradford earned the nickname "Rambo" because she did the whole thing with a stress fracture.
It unfortunately prevented her from completing her last Physical Fitness Test and Combat Fitness Test, but she plans to properly graduate, once she's healed, with the next training class.