This information is a bit dated.
The map you see above is more than 3 years old, and at that time the countries that allowed women in front-line combat positions were:
- In Europe – Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania and Sweden.
- Elsewhere: Australia, Canada and New Zealand in the Anglosphere; plus, Eritrea, Israel, and North Korea.
According to the same article, the countries that allowed women in positions such as fighter pilots were Pakistan, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States.
In India though the army started recruiting women officers from 1992, it’s a belated start for the women to become fighter pilots in the Air Force (image below sourced here). This will happen on June 18 next month.
Meanwhile, more than some dry statistics this article though is about celebrating some of the most beautiful soldiers serving their role for their countries. They belong to world’s 10 countries.
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