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Meet Kinessa Johnson. She served 4 years in the Army as a weapons instructor and mechanic and is now an anti-poaching enforcer. Recently she joined the ranks of Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (“VETPAW”) as an anti-poaching advisor. Johnson and her fellow post-9/11 veterans train and support African anti-poaching rangers to prevent the extermination of keystone African wildlife, and the disastrous economic and environmental impact it would have. ----HOLY HELL, I think I’m in…

Tattooed Female Army Vet Fights Poachers In Africa

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She looks just about as ready to fight as any other soldier. I agree with letting women fight on the front lines if they are willing to provide the service as much as their male counterparts. I would put as much faith in Peters as I would in the next guy.

Troops with K9 jumping into Afghanistan

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Women Army Corp Graduation - Fort McClellan, Alabama

Women Army Corp Graduation - Fort McClellan, Alabama I loved these uniforms, and those funky little black oxfords.

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No wonder we love dogs...

Our TRUE Hero's Are Not One With Their Names On The Back of Their Jerseys, But Those That Have The Medals On Their Chests. THEY MAKE THE SACRIFICE FOR OTHERS!!!

If Republicans understood and appreciated his sacrifice, they wouldn't have voted for TWITLER in Chief. The Rhetoric TrumPredator DickTater spews is quickly putting soldiers in danger.

U.S. Female Soldiers in Afghanistan

US Female Army Soldiers Wearing Head Scarfs on Uniform in Afghanistan

Sgt. Samantha Goscinski, a dog handler with the 17th Military Police Detachment at Fort Jackson, and her German shepherd, Butch, placed first for explosive detection during the Working Military Dog Competition at Fort Eustis, Va.

Samantha Goscinski, a dog handler with the Military Police Detachment…

Lackland Air Force Base, Home of the Schoolhouse for Puppies and Future Military Working Dogs

PHOTOS: 'Dogs Of War'