I don't recall the exact verbiage, but when the 2nd wave Feminist Movement got underway, it was often noted that a woman had to do a job better than a man to occupy it; and even then, she'd be apt to be valued and paid less.
So this is Hillary's version. Drawn to power, she identifies with the MIC because that, and the corporations bound up with it, are where the power is.
In Mythology, the Goddess Athena denies that she was born of a mother. Instead, she asserts that she emerged whole from the head of her father, Zeus, the main honcho (or CEO) of Olympus.
This is the archetype of the female who denies her Feminine origins and instead identifies with patriarchy and what's important to it. In this era of unending wars and half the U.S. budget dedicated to the military, it's obvious that the martial entities hold enormous power and importance. Hence this:
"Unlike other recent presidents — Obama, George W. Bush or her husband, Bill Clinton — Hillary Clinton would assume the office with a long record on national security. There are many ways to examine that record, but one of the most revealing is to explore her decades-long cultivation of the military — not just civilian leaders like Gates, but also its high-ranking commanders, the men with the medals. Her affinity for the armed forces is rooted in a lifelong belief that the calculated use of military power is vital to defending national interests, that American intervention does more good than harm and that the writ of the United States properly reaches, as Bush once put it, into “any dark corner of the world.” Unexpectedly, in the bombastic, testosterone-fueled presidential election of 2016, Hillary Clinton is the last true hawk left in the race."
While there are many other feminine archetypes, those women who do rise up the ranks within militaristic societies (Margaret Thatcher, Condi Rice, Susan Rice, Samantha Powers, Madeleine Albright, and of course, Hillary) are card-carrying Athena replicas.