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Ms O'Neil gave up the comforts and freedoms of civilian life in place of tyre lifting, squats and early mornings."It's so funny when I think about it because when I decided to work in Defence in my head it was only going to be a temporary thing until I really found what I wanted to do," she said."And then it just happened without me even noticing." Women make up 24 per cent of ADFA's military population and 14 per cent of the wider military.Officer Cadet Dani-Lee O'Neil left her family in Darwin to come to Canberra to work as a public servant.She could not foresee she would end up in khaki, as one of the 216 women in ADFA's class of 2017.Deblaquiere has left the military, but Mc Donald has been cleared to resume his studies at ADFA."We have a convicted criminal now being sponsored through taxpayers' money to continue his education when the victim is being kicked out," Kate said."How is that fair?"Kate says a desire to change the culture within the ADF was her primary motivation for pursuing legal action."It's also about getting me the resources that I need to start my life again," she said.

Ms O'Neil gave up the comforts and freedoms of civilian life in place of tyre lifting, squats and early mornings."It's so funny when I think about it because when I decided to work in Defence in my head it was only going to be a temporary thing until I really found what I wanted to do," she said."And then it just happened without me even noticing." Women make up 24 per cent of ADFA's military population and 14 per cent of the wider military.

Officer Cadet Dani-Lee O'Neil left her family in Darwin to come to Canberra to work as a public servant.

She could not foresee she would end up in khaki, as one of the 216 women in ADFA's class of 2017.

Deblaquiere has left the military, but Mc Donald has been cleared to resume his studies at ADFA."We have a convicted criminal now being sponsored through taxpayers' money to continue his education when the victim is being kicked out," Kate said."How is that fair?

"Kate says a desire to change the culture within the ADF was her primary motivation for pursuing legal action."It's also about getting me the resources that I need to start my life again," she said.

Kate is set to be discharged from the military on medical and psychological grounds.