The latest U.N. report on gender inequality in military service was released Monday.
The report found that female recruits make up just 0.5 percent of the 1.3 million American military personnel serving.
While women have been serving in combat roles since World War II, the report found a gender gap of about 6 percent in the U-2s, U-4s and U-1s.
The gap in the ranks is widest in the air force, where women make up 8 percent of pilots.
U.K.-based defense company BAE Systems is expected to submit its own report next week that is expected by early 2019.
The U.NSW has said it has no plans to change the gender makeup of the military, saying the UAS program has provided vital capabilities for U.M.
S missions for decades.