Five problems with a very obvious solution
- Women are expected to commit sexual favours to gain the approval of their male superiors - And you expected something different from dropping a bunch of women into a high-testosterone environment where alpha male qualities are highly valued?
- Women have to deal with ill-suited combat equipment - War has always been a male occupation. It always will be, since men are pretty much hard-wired for risk-taking and aggression. Why on Earth would an institution designed specifically as an outlet for male aggression work for a sex that is so ill-suited to it?
- The military has no idea how to deal with women's medical issues - Yes, in rather the same way that a feminised society has no idea how to deal with suppressed male aggression other than by diagnosing it with drugs. As the old saying goes, if all you have is a hammer, everything starts to look like a nail.
- Women wounded in combat are treated like men - Rather more to the point, what exactly were they doing in combat situations in the first place?