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The Defense Department in posted video on its official blog of soldiers in heels walking in an unidentified event.
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I didn't see it would be a problem because I've seen it done on so many other posts. He said no command pressure had been applied to convince members to participate; if it was, of the brigade's members ignored it.
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The event appears on the brigade calendarwhich seeks 15 cadets to help with setup and notes that "all other cadets will participate.
Conley told Army Times that no uniform-wearing cadets made the walk in heels. Questions about whether male cadets were forced to purchase high heels or wear them while in civilian clothes, about the complaints made in the screen shot allegedly from an ASU cadet, and about reports that the ROTC commander had reached out to at least one blog to determine the source of the complaint were among those not answered by ACC.
Kevin Lilley is the features editor of Military Times. Recommended for you.