But this is an ongoing process for the Marine Corps, which will continue to study the two female officers' performance.
"Because the performance capabilities of females at IOC is unknown, Training and Education Command will collect data in order to assess female participants and their performance against the IOC program of instructional standards," according to the Marine Corps report.
The Pentagon says there are no plans to alter the IOC physical requirements to accommodate women.
There are no women signed up for the next IOC class to begin in January. The next one will likely begin in March or later.
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