Amanda F. Kelley

She borns in USA at the end of 1980’s decade. At the age 29, Amanda became the first enlisted woman to graduate from the rigorous Program from US Ranger Army School. She is not the first female who completed the program, but she is the first enlisted one.

After graduating from Easley High School in 2007, she went to a private tech school in Greenville, where she got knowledge and experience for her future job. Nowadays, Amanda is an electronic warfare technician of Combat Aviation Brigade.

Amanda spent 2 years in South Korea before training in Irak for 9 months. She returned to USA and started the 62-days Ranger School Course. Finally, she graduated on 31 August 2018.


Barnett Ron (November 2018) Fort Bliss Staff Sgt. aspires to be Sergeant Major of the Army. CBS 4 News. Retrieved 17 May 2017 from:

Laporta James (August 2018) U.S Army Ranger School set to graduate first enlisted woman. Newsweek. Retrieved 17 May 2017 from:

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