Except in the Marine Corps. This is because “back in the day” Marines (who happened to be women) were not called or referred to as Marines like the men were, but Women Marines or “WMs”. There were still some holdovers even in the early 2000s when I joined, and to me & other Marines in the Corps when you refer to us as a woman Marine we immediately correct you “No, we are all Marines.” If gender must be mentioned (as it sometimes does), we are male or female Marines. It’s just a description, same as “brown hair” or “hazel eyes.”
So for my part, I don’t trust a man in the Corps who uses “woman” instead of “female” - it smacks of someone who still thinks of women as “different” or “apart” - not a “real Marine.”
But that’s just the tiny microcosm of the world I operate in, & my generation in the Marine Corps. I’m certain the next generation will feel differently.