The United States Navy will expand its boot camp training to include two additional weeks focused on suicide prevention, sexual assault, hazing, racism, and extremism.
The changes mark the first major overhaul in decades, according to the Daily Mail.
The outlet notes the overhaul in training “includes the rise of extremism after several former and active military members took part in the January 6 Capitol riot.”
An Associated Press report quotes Rear Adm. Jennifer Couture, who heads the Naval Service Training Command, as saying the training is designed to mold ‘expected behavior’ from naval recruits.
“We’re telling our recruits … here are all of the things that we expect you to do, and here’s how we expect you to behave and act,” said Couture.
She added, “We believe very strongly that those types of behaviors are directly impacting our fighting readiness and the performance of our sailors.”
The Navy’s focus on racism, hazing, and extremism is yet another sign that the American military is more focused on ‘woke’ culture than on defending the country and winning potential wars.
“The military has … been trying to [root] out extremism after a number of former and current service members were found taking part in the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill,” the Daily Mail reports.
General Mark Milley, the Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman, famously declared during a congressional hearing that he was extremely concerned about “white rage” in Trump supporters at the Capitol.
His comments came before the epic disaster of the Afghanistan withdrawal.
Woke-ism isn’t just seeping into the Navy.
The Biden State Department, just months ago, celebrated issuing the first US passport with an “X” gender marker.
“As the Secretary announced in June, the Department is moving towards adding an X gender marker for non-binary, intersex, and gender non-conforming persons applying for a U.S. passport or CRBA,” department spokesman Ned Price boasted.
Prior to that, the State Department marked ‘International Pronouns Day’ with a tweet offering guidance on why people share their pronouns on social media.
The informational post explained that “sharing pronouns (is) a way of getting to know someone” and “avoids accidentally assuming an incorrect gender.”
The Department even celebrated “pioneering” individuals who use “gender-neutral pronouns such as ze/zir/zirs.”
Late in December, the United States Air Force announced they were now authorizing the use of gender pronouns in signature blocks for department communications.
“The use of pronouns (he/him, she/her, or they/them) in an email signature block is authorized but not required,” a document reads.
While the Navy is revamping their boot camp training to focus on hazing, racism, and extremism, China’s military seems poised to overtake in dominance.
A previously classified war game conducted by the Air Force shows the U.S. losing its military to conflict with China. Quickly.
Yahoo News last March published a story titled, “‘We’re going to lose fast’: U.S. Air Force held a war game that started with a Chinese biological attack.”
“The simulation,” Yahoo reported, “culminated with Chinese missile strikes raining down on U.S. bases and warships in the region, and a lightning air and amphibious assault on the island of Taiwan.”
Should that scenario pan out, at least our military will be able to hold their heads high knowing that they hadn’t hazed anybody or sided with the former President and his views.
Because that’s what is important in the military.
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