Take a look at the below list of Top 10 Most Attractive Female Armed Forces in The World in 2017. As much as many people would like to claim that women have only been able to fight for their countries for only the past few years, the truth is that they have had a role in militaries for more than 400 years, although not much in actual combat roles. Today, however, you will find women in virtually any role that a man has. One area where no man can compete is in the looks department. Here is a listing of the top 10 armed forces in terms of the attractiveness of their female members.
List of Top 10 Most Attractive Female Armed Forces in The World 2017
10. The United States Military
Women have played a greater or lesser role in the U.S. military since the Revolutionary War. There are those such as the legendary Molly Pitcher who served proudly by bringing water to men on the front line as well as those such as Deborah Sampson Gannett, who is better known as Deborah Sampson, disguised as a man, served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, to fight alongside them. Today, although the entire American military force is only comprised of 14 percent women, they do so proudly, and without having to dress like men. The female enlisted force of the military is made up of more than 165,000 active duty, and 35,000 as officers.
9. Czech Republic Military
It wasn’t until after the end of World War II that the Czechoslovakian military started to allow women in their ranks. They did serve during World War II in many direct noncombat roles such as phone operators, anti-aircraft gun crews, medical personnel and others. Today, women play a part in virtually every role in the Czech military, proving themselves to be especially indispensable in the Air Force as capable flight officers.
8. Polish Military
Polish women do not have the same opportunities to serve in their military as do men. Despite this, however, there are still about 25,000 women serving in the Polish military services. This includes all of the military services: Army, Air Force, Navy, and special operations forces.
7. British Military
Women have played a fully integrated role in the British military since the early 1990s. Despite this, they are still prohibited from serving in some roles, particularly combat units in the Army, Royal Air Force, and Royal Marine regiments. Most experts agree, however, that it won’t be long before opportunities for women in the British military will expand, just as they have with so many other countries.
6. Pakistan Military
Female members of the Pakistani army are the only ones in the Islamic world where they are permitted to perform military duties in combat roles. Women were first allowed to be part of the Pakistani military since 1947, shortly after the country was established. Since then, a strong and sizable number of female soldiers serve in the Pakistani armed forces. The first women fighter pilots of the Pakistani Air Force joined in 2006, joining combat aerial missions shortly thereafter. And Pakistani women have served in combat roles, most notably as airborne, snipers, and infantry units. The only Pakistani military unit where women are restricted from combat roles is that country’s navy.
5. Israel Military
Israel is the only nation that drafts women for service in their military as well as assigns them to infantry combat units. All Israelis are required to carry out national service once they reach the age of 18. This, naturally, allocates a greater percentage of females to the military than most. According to the Israeli Defense Force, as many as 31 percent of soldiers are female, three times as many as serve in the U.K. This does not, of course, mean that the Israeli military has more attractive members, only that their chances are better.
4. Greece Military
Greece currently has no requirements for compulsory military service for women as men do. It is anticipated that more women will be allowed into the Greek military as a result of widespread abuse of the draft deferment system. This should also result in an increased number of women who will serve in all Greek military functions, including combat. They has 4th palace in the list of the world’s top 10 most attractive female armed forces 2017.
3. Australian Military
Since 1899, Australia has allowed women to serve in a wide range of important military roles. Until World War II, women were restricted to serving in that country’s nursing service, but this rule was expanded in 1941 when all branches of the Australian military allowed women to serve in support roles. By the late 1970s and early 1980s, women had been integrated into all of the armed forces of Australia. Today, they fill most Australian military roles in the Australian Defence Force, including active combat roles. Further, if you like Aussie accents, you will love those in the armed forces.
2. Russian Military
The Russian military has always had a mysterious mystique about it that allowed for the most beautiful women to not only join, but to also work alongside women in virtually every role, including combat. Females have performed in almost every realm of duty in Russia’s military throughout the country’s history. This is especially true for their participation in the Great Patriotic War.
1. Romanian Military
The Eastern European militaries have virtually always been considered to have the most attractive female members of any armed forces. This holds especially true of Romania. That country might not be able to boast of having the greatest firepower in the world, but when it comes to looks of their female members, they are in a class by themselves. And you don’t need to be a male member of the Romanian military to figure this out quickly.
So, these are the world’s top 10 most attractive female armed forces 2017. There are, of course, many different ways to rank military powers, and the attractiveness of their female members is not always an accurate measurement, but anyone would have to pretty cold to not enjoy the sight of so many attractive ladies when they go marching by. Besides, isn’t there something special about a lady in uniform as much as there is for men?