"There are other differences between male and female troops. Women are twice as likely to suffer injuries and are three times more undeployable than men. Servicewomen are four times likelier to report being ill than servicemen. The percentage of servicewomen being medically unavailable at any time is twice that of servicemen. Then there’s pregnancy. Each year, between 10 and 17 percent of servicewomen become pregnant.
Perhaps the most dangerous aspect of military social engineering is
the cover-up of failure. Officers who criticize double standards or
expose official lies and deception about servicewomen’s performance risk
their careers. Those official lies and deception will eventually reveal
themselves with unnecessary loss of lives on the battlefield."