Rare Photos Of Military Women Who Have Sworn To Serve Their Country

Rare Photos Of Military Women Who Have Sworn To Serve Their Country

By  rumourjuice.com

The military they say is a very tough job for men, but there are some women who take it upon themselves to go through this toughness to perform their various duties. Some people get promoted every year at work, for an outstanding performance throughout the year. This is a service to humanity no doubt, but there are some people who do not have the luxury of getting promoted every year, even when they have successfully performed their duties. These dignified photos capture rare and emotional moments of military women who have to go far away from their loved ones, with no hope of making it back in one piece.

Women In The Military

Women In The Military

Staff Sergeant Kathleen Braithwaite In Battle With A Wheel

She is a Kentucky Army National Guard who has the strength and agility of a tiger. She removed the wheels of an M977 Mobility Tactical Truck in Frankfort on March 16, 2017. The photo showed her holding the wheel in a hasty manner, to roll it to the other side. Her pose in the picture showed that she knew exactly what she was doing. She was dressed in her army uniform, without the jacket and had on a green pair of boots.

Staff Sergeant Kathleen Braithwaite

Staff Sergeant Kathleen Braithwaite

1st Lt. Audrey Griffith and Heidi Gerke On A Protection Drill

In this photo, the ladies were suited up in army uniforms and loaded with firearms for protection. Griffith was seen in the picture showing her partner a particular spot that she wanted to check out, to determine if it was safe, while they were on a protection drill for Specialists. The duo was in Deh Rawud, Afghanistan on March 18, 2013, and placed on the front line base. These women are assigned to the 92nd Engineer Battalion in Fort Stewart, Georgia, United States of America.

Sailors In Motion

On October 24, 2014, a group of sailors had their ship underway, so the bridge was manned to the Arleigh Burke-class missile destroyer. They all looked engrossed in their duties and there were 3 men and a woman in the picture. They were all dressed in blue sailor suits and caps, asides the lady who had her hands on the wheels of the ships had her attention fixed on the sea.

Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Declan Barnes/U.S. Navy

Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Declan Barnes/U.S. Navy

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