All of these arguments apply to areas of the service opened to women back in 1994, especially in the Navy and Air Force. Either bonding, physical capability, sexual misconduct and pregnancy matter or they don't. Standards have already been lowered in the "non-combat" or combat support or technological services like the Navy and Air Force. Major pregnancy and fraternization problems exist. Either one speaks to these points or one has no argument about ground combat. After all, if it's the "best person" and the standards are equal, then everything should be open. If it's cost=benefit even with equal standards, then some areas should be closed.