Trailblazing female who became infantry Marine is getting kicked out for fraternization

Trailblazing female who became infantry Marine is getting kicked out for fraternization, by Andrea Scott.

Remedios Cruz joined the Marine Corps in 2013 as a supply clerk. One year later, she completed infantry training, and in 2017, made history when she became one of three females to join 1st Battalion, 8th Marines at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.

Now, Cruz is awaiting separation from the Marine Corps after pleading guilty to maintaining a romantic relationship with a subordinate.

Cruz, 26, eventually married the person, who was a lower-ranking Marine in her unit, according The New York Times. …

Cruz was reduced in rank from sergeant to corporal and restricted to the base after pleading guilty to fraternization as part of a broader plea agreement.

Thousands of years of military experience tells us that putting women in fighting forces weakens those forces and that women are best employed elsewhere. But our current ruling class knows better! Women in the fighting part of the military is another PC fantasy that will die slowly under the weight of evidence from the real world.