I think the jury has to be out until we hear from the men who went through the course with the women officers.
I think there are a few, a very few, women who are capable of meeting the same criteria as the men.
When the Virginia Military Institute was required by the Supreme Court (per Ginsburg, J) to admit women, VMI made a real point of not changing the standards for the women. The freshman system, the “Ratline” was not significantly changed. They even kept a lot of the traditional language that might be seen as not politically correct. The term “Brother Rat” applies to both sexes. The VMI women still have to pass the men’s PT test. Of course, they have a lot fewer women than the federal service academies, which did significantly change (lower) the physical standards, and reduce the first year hazing traditions when women were admitted.