The movie GI Jane, starring Demi Moore, was our first foray into the idea that women warriors could serve in the Seal Teams. It would seem, at least at this point, that the dream is in free fall.
A female Navy officer, a Seal training candidate, dropped out of the Seal traning program.
To be fair, to even qualify for BUDs training you must achieve minimum PST, Physical Selection Training Test – qualification is no easy task….most men couldn’t pass those ‘standards.’  
Navy SEAL PST Standards
|PST Event||Minimum Standards||Competitive Standards|
|500 Yard Swim||12:30||8 Minutes|
|1.5 Mile Timed Run||10:30||9-10 Minutes|
Candidate to be first female Navy SEAL officer quits after a week: report
By Travis J Tritten, The Washington Examiner, August 10, 2017
A woman aiming to become the first female Navy SEAL officer quit about a week into the initial training, Task and Purpose reported Thursday.
The unidentified female candidate dropped out in early August during a three-week course in San Diego that began July 24. It was the first assessment of potential SEAL officers before they can be sent on to more grueling courses, according to the website, which cited “multiple Naval Special Warfare Command sources.”
Two women, whose names were not released to protect their privacy, entered the famously difficult SEAL training program this summer more than a year and a half after the military allowed female troops to serve in combat roles.
The candidate who dropped out was enrolled in the Navy SEAL Officer Assessment and Selection program. If she had completed the program, she would have faced an officer selection panel and the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL program, or BUD/S, a six-month training course for the elite special operators.