San Diego Women’s Week celebrates women serving in the armed forces

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Congressman Duncan D. Hunter said that allowing women to be Navy SEALS would cost money the SEALS need for weapons.

Right now, the Navy SEALS who come home from combat have to turn in their weapons.

Hunter says this is a problem because each gun is tailored specifically to the user.

He also said that spending millions to make barracks and bases ready for women isn’t what Americans want.

Military officials said women could be in SEAL training as early as this fall.

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