FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2012 file photo, female soldiers training on a firing range while wearing new body armor in Fort Campbell, Ky. Members of the U.S. special operations forces say that allowing women to serve in Navy SEAL, Army Delta or other commando units could hurt their effectiveness, lower the standards and drive men away from the jobs. The troops told a Rand Corp. survey that they believe women don't have the physical strength or mental toughness to do the grueling jobs. And their message to political leaders is that when they are fighting in the shadows or bleeding on the battlefield, women have no place on their teams. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)

The few, the proud, the physically fit

In the last five months, 6 out of 7 female recruits — and 40 out of about 1,500 male recruits — failed to pass the new regimen of pull-ups, …

FILE - Amy Scarpelli walks into Federal Court. (WDTN Photo/Josh Ames)

Embezzlement case closed for Scarpelli

According to court documents, Scarpelli is required to pay back $250,000 to the bank and nearly $5 million to an insurance company, totaling…