I had been very fortunate that i was stationed on an FFG, and that the only women we had were officers. Women are incapable of war, incapable of pretty much anything important, and a fun fact to investigate on your own is the number of causalities in a unit and the number of women in that unit. You will find that the more women in a unit, the more people will die. This includes work place accidents. Don't take my word for it, look it up yourself.
A long time ago we got a guy in deck division. I shall refer to this guy as Dirt Brown. This was my first encounter with a millineal. I had no idea what was awaiting me in the main land when i returned. this was my first encounter with the spawn of modern feminism. I suspect that he was raised by a single mother, because he was way too eager to please people on the ship, so eager that he made up really dumb lies trying to impress people. He was clearly sheltered and did not know how to cope. Not a big problem, it was an easy fix. He got into a bit of trouble, nothing serious, just annoyed the fuck out of everyone and was getting mildly hazed. So a simple explanation of "Your a dirt bag, but your a dirt bag in deck division. Shut up, pay attention, work hard, and some other retard in your division will fuck up, and everyone will destroy them and leave you alone".
He listened. He improved a lot. In six weeks there were no complaints, his appearance and work had improved, he was coping and he had learned to be an adult. Had he stayed on the FFG, things would have been fine.
Unfortunately there was a hull swap with a DDG. Hull swaps are not pleasant. Especially from san diego to 7th fleet. The san diego sailors do whatever they can to avoid going to 7th fleet, as it is only a weeaboos first pick for orders. You can't drive, you have to fill out a permission slip to leave at the end of the day, and it is infested with a punish everyone mentality. My greatest achievement in life is being a hiring manager that throws resumes in the trash when i see "Naval officer" on them, as naval officers are trash and i can spend all night providing evidence for this. The navy has an extreme leadership problem, and i look forward for when it hits critical mass, but i will not hold my breath.
So in this environment of mismanagement, and of extreme resentment, Dirt Brown was sent in the first wave of the hull swap to the DDG. The sailors on that ship were undisciplined trash, as is the case with most of the co ed ships now. I suspect that this, along with garbage officers, is why the ships fail insurv and are not combat ready. Our only redemption in the next world war is that we can build ships fast.
He was sent into an environment were the women were desperate to avoid going to japan, so they were getting pregnant, getting abortions, then claiming psychological trauma so that they could get kicked out. Apparently this worked. I also left out a key detail. Dirt Brown was married, and because he was below e-4 he could not bring his wife over. This is an important detail as to why people do not want to go to 7th fleet, and a lot of dependents are not able to be deployed. This status is known as Geobachelor. Fun fact: not being married in the navy is often used against you for advancement. Being divorced as well. A lot of the advancement exam questions deal with tricare, and if you are not married, you will not know those answers.
So Dirt Brown, separated from his wife for over a year, was thrown into a maelstrom of sub human whores. He got one pregnant, told his wife, who admitted to cheating on him, and was in the process of divorce raping him. He then told the "baby mama" who then told him that she had an abortion, and that it was "traumatic, and that he should be ashamed for what he did!". Now Dirt Brown was shattered. He did not have to tell his whore wife this fact now, because that detail helped her in divorce raping him, and he was also denied the joys of being the father of a bastard.
So he did what any other millineal in that situation would do, he had a nervous breakdown, and was kicked out. I do not know all the details, i do know that they are messy. I am still upset about this to this day. He was fine on my ship. He was becoming a good sailor, and was learning how to be an adult. But he was sent to a trash command, and the end result was that the navy lost two sailors and had to expend your tax dollars trying to find a solution to an easy to fix problem.
Other sub human trash got pregnant on that ship to avoid 7th fleet as well. I will save those stories for another day if people want to read them. I also have an old post about a new guy we had and the trouble he got into with his dick.
But if you see a female veteran, don't thank her for her service. She most likely held everyone back, and made the war harder on us all.