9) Polish Army|
-In 1938, the government of Poland sorted out a law requiring military services for men and women who want to volunteers but limited in certain roles such as medics, anti-aircraft artillery and communications. In 2004, they allow women to serve as professional personnel in the Polish Army. In 2007, 800 women are enlisted and 471 are officers. Two Polish women achieved the rank of a Colonel and one reached the rank of the General.