The job force for women in the armed forces has been limited to Drill sergeants, Pilots, Nursing,etc., but in 2016 president Obama passed a law allowing women to serve in any and all combat positions unless the job had a restoration put in place stating that women were no fit for this job. While Obama was in office the first two Army Rangers passed Ranger school. Captain Kristen Griest and first Lieutenant Shaye Haver completed the school in 2015. Captain Griest has also been the first female to lead a combat squadron into an active was zone.
By allowing females to serve in combat positions it opens more then 200,000 jobs to females. Allowing new opportunities for women and providing females with an increased pay.
Obama passed another law requiring women to have to register for the draft once they turn 18. This law could become an incredible advantage to our military if the draft was ever required again it would allow more qualified individuals to have the potential to be drafted in a time of war strengthening our military.