I tend to agree with Lord Dannatt as a former 1950/60s serviceman. Women played an outstanding role in all three main services during and after WWII. Very few, thank goodness, actually faced an enemy in combat alongside male personnel back then, but I do believe it is wrong for them to be deployed, say, on naval fighting ships where untold carnage could ensue during battle.
As for the infantry front line role, they could play an important part on resupply duties delivered close to the front and bringing back medical casualties by return.
Women still have the military choice of serving this country but they should not in my opinion be armed to do it. TC.