My view and it appears obviously the view now of upper military and civilian command is multiple responses.
1. Your view of the military needs is simplistic and singular. There is not such thing as the ideal universal soldier and it foolish to think otherwise.
2. Since men can not be women, equality is impossible. Women offer much to the military by being women - which obviously men can not bring.
3. You maybe be the only person who thinks the military has anything to do with equality. What the hell does the military have to do with equality? Where'd you even get that idea?
4. Your definition of "standards" is antiquated, overly simplistic and failed.
5. The needs of the military are highly diverse not only in terms of direct military action needs, but the needs of service members in and out of service, social interaction issues, PR issues, public support issues and political support issues - all which if you were in charge you would totally ignore and - as a result - have a completely incapable military that would not be allowed to do anything anyway.
All that I've posted before and all of it you ignored. You have the child-like simple view that the entire military and national defense issues are no more complex then pull-up and running competitions.