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20 Women In The U.S. Military Who Define Bravery

Women are the lord's most most beautiful creation. Women are generally known for their delicacy, their docile and subduded nature. And if a woman can give birth to a child, she can do anything. There is no hardship strong enough to curtail a determined woman's mission.

Here are a few women from the US military who define the word brave. They show what unnatural courage, strength and a sense of honor means. These are the brave-hearts of US military. They deserve all our respect and love.

Kudos to these women, we salute you.

20 Women In The U.S. Military Who Define Bravery

20 Women In The U.S. Military Who Define Bravery

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I can drink snake blood if the need be

I can drink snake blood if the need be

A U.S. marine drank the blood of a cobra during a jungle survival exercise with the Thai Navy as part of the "Cobra Gold 2013" joint military exercise, at a military base in Chon Buri province, Thailand February 20, 2013.

I Love Reading Too

I Love Reading Too

U.S. Army soldier SSG Norma Gonzales of 426 Civil Affairs Battalion reading a magazine next to fellow soldiers while waiting to be ferried by a helicopter to different U.S. military bases in Kandahar, southern Afghanistan October 11, 2012.

I Prepare For My Mission

I Prepare For My Mission

U.S. Marine and Female Engagement Team leader Sgt. Sheena Adams (L) and H.N. Shannon Crowley from First Battalion, Eighth Marines sit in an armored vehicle before heading out on an operation from their base at Musa Qala in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province, November 13, 2010.

I Achieve Success

I Achieve Success

U.S. Army convoys being given a thumbs up from a fellow soldier after crossing Kuwait during the last convoy out of Iraq, December 18, 2011.

I Stand Tall

I Stand Tall

U.S. Army Specialist Nicole Derk of the C Company 3/82 Dustoff MEDEVAC performs a system check on a helicopter at the beginning of her shift in Logar province, eastern Afghanistan, November 21, 2011.

Flowers Make Me Happy

Flowers Make Me Happy

Village elder Haji Amir Mohammad Agha presents a rose to U.S. Army Spc Charli Johnson during a visit by Afghan and U.S. soldiers in Jelawar in the Arghandab Valley north of Kandahar, Afghanistan April 18, 2011.

I Loved A friend

I Loved A friend

U.S. Marine Capt. Jill A. Leyden of Easton, Maryland, visiting the grave of her friend Major Megan M. McClung at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia on Veterans Day, November 11, 2010. McClung was killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom on December 6, 2006. Leyden and McClung served together in Iraq.

I Stay Fit

I Stay Fit

U.S. soldiers serving in the NATO peacekeeping mission in Kosovo taking part in an exercise session with Billy Wayne Blanks, the inventor of Tae Bo exercise program, at the military camp Bondsteel in Sojevo, southeast of Pristina, Kosovo January 17, 2011.

I believe in saving a life

I believe in saving a life

Hospital personnel attempt to revive a mortally wounded Marine after he was brought in by medevac helicopter at Camp Dwyer near the town of Marjah in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, August 22, 2010.

I aim to kill

I aim to kill

SPC Erica Taliaferro, a U.S. female soldier from 549th MP Company, Task Force Bronco patrols in Pachir wa Agam district in Nangarhar province, eastern Afghanistan, March 5, 2012.

I Defuse Bombs

I Defuse Bombs

U.S. female soldier SPC Erica Taliaferro from 549th MP Company, Task Force Bronco eats MRE sandwich with an ISAF Afghan police trainer (R) inside an armored vehicle as troops stayed inside their vehicles for 15 hours during a two-day joint U.S-Afghan military mission conducting "Route Clearing Patrol", finding and removing roadside bombs on roads, in Nangarhar province, eastern Afghanistan March 8.

I have the strenght to carry you too

I have the strenght to carry you too

Specialist Joanne Read, of the U.S. Army's Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry Regiment, First Armored Division, helps unload a resupply truck at Command Outpost AJK in Maiwand District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, January 24, 2013.

The mother in me overpowers

The mother in me overpowers

Second Lt. Johanna Shaffer shares a cookie with an Afghan child while under the security of Marines assigned to 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), during her all-female team's first mission in Farah Province, February 9, 2009.

I Also Love To Smile

I Also Love To Smile

U.S Army PFC Jessica Harmon from Task Force Denali 92 MP carries a peacock at Wazi-Zadram police station in Paktya province, Afghanistan, December 11, 2009.

My Delicacy is still there

My Delicacy is still there

U.S. Army Specialist Nicole Derk of the C Company 3/82 Dustoff MEDEVAC cross-stitches during her shift in Logar province, eastern Afghanistan, November 21, 2011.

Some Stolen Moments Of Peace

Some Stolen Moments Of Peace

U.S. Combat Medic Health Care Specialist Seantella Cottner of the 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division plays the saxophone in her Forward Aid Station tent on the Combat Operation Outpost (COP) McClain in Logar Province in Afghanistan, July 22, 2009.

We Rule THe Sky Too

We Rule THe Sky Too

A female U.S. army soldier looks out from the window of a Canadian helicopter transporting U.S. troops and workers to different military bases in Kunar province in eastern Afghanistan, September 19, 2011.

We Combat Our Stress Together

We Combat Our Stress Together

U.S. Air Force TSgt. Jennifer Kinney treats a soldier who is suffering from combat stress at Combat Stress Control Clinic of 125 BSB Charlie Medical Company of Task Force Mustang at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Shank, in Logar province, eastern Afghanistan, November 11, 2011.

Yes we are Brave but we have Emotions too

Yes we are Brave but we have Emotions too

U.S. Army soldier SPC Katie Luna of 572nd Military Intelligence Company, 8th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment cries while paying respect during a memorial service for platoon member, late SPC Brittany Gordon at Camp Nathan Smith in Kandahar province, southern Afghanistan, October 19, 2012. Gordon was killed together with another U.S. civilian and two others, after Afghan NDS police exploded a suicide vest he was wearing in Kandahar province, a military officer said.

My Burden Is My Own!

My Burden Is My Own!

U.S. Air Force Major Stacie Shafran carries her luggage to a loading paddock while waiting for her departure from Iraq at the former U.S. Sather Air Base near Baghdad, Iraq, December 14, 2011.

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