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Gladys Kiptoo: Kenyan Woman Graduates From U.S. Army Flight Surgeon Course

Gladys Kiptoo.
The determined Gladys Kiptoo said it’s been a roller coaster journey for her to achieve the milestone. Photo: Gladys Kiptoo Facebook.

Gladys Kiptoo cannot hide her happiness after graduating as an army aviation medicine nurse practitioner.

The determined Kiptoo said it’s been a roller coaster journey for her to achieve the milestone.

The nurse graduated from the Army Flight Surgeon course and was awarded wings for the achievement.

Sharing her joy on social media, Kiptoo thanked her family for their support.

“I graduated from the Army Flight Surgeon course today and got my wings. I am now an Army Aviation Medicine Nurse Practitioner. It has been a journey to get here and my resilience was put to the test by some of the training in the course,”

“To my leadership thanks for entrusting me with the opportunity to provide medical care in the Aviation community! Looking forward to the opportunities and challenges that come with this new role. To my family, thanks for all your love and support. Army is strong,” she added.

Netizens congratulated her for breaking barriers in a foreign country.

Congratulations dear. Wishing you the best in your new assignment – Judith Mandago said.

Incredible! Congratulations to you Gladys Kiptoo, you’re an inspiration – Aliphine Tuliamuk posted.

Congratulations Gladys! Super proud of you – Christine Beckham said.

You’re amazing. I’m so happy to see you continue to flourish and inspire women everywhere. Congrats on this accomplishment and I can’t wait to see what you take on next – Clarisa Copeland added.

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