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Nearly four years ago, the United States military announced it was opening all combat jobs to women.
Since then, more than 30 women have passed difficult training programs with the Army Rangers and the Marines.
Their numbers are small.
But their completion of some of the military's most difficult physical and mental courses has raised a scientific question:
Who are these "hyperfit" women and what makes them so competitive?
Army medical researchers hope to find answers in a study.
Holly McClung, a scientist at the Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine in Massachusetts, is working on the study.
"We're really interested in those elite women that are the first to make it through physically demanding training," she said.
Julie Hughes also works on the study.
She said, "There's this group of women who made it through the training so we want to ... explore what makes them unique."
The goal, said McClung, is to find the mental and physical factors that help the women succeed.
近四年前,美国军方宣布向女性开放所有作战岗位。
自那时起,有超过30名女性通过了陆军突击队和海军陆战队的艰苦训练。
通过训练的女性成员人数很少。
但她们完成了军队最艰难的体能和心理课程,这引出了一个科学问题:
这些“超健康”女性是谁?什么令她们如此具竞争力?
陆军医学研究员希望通过研究找到答案。
霍莉・麦克朗是马萨诸塞州美国陆军环境医学研究所的科学家,她参与了这项研究。
她说,“我们对这些最先通过体能训练的精英女性非常感兴趣。”
朱莉・休斯也参与了这项研究。
她说,“这些女性成功通过了训练,所以我们想探索令她们与众不同的原因。”
麦克朗表示,目标是找到帮助这些女性获得成功的心理和生理因素。
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