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Discussion in 'The Courtyard Café' started by Balls2U, Aug 14, 2016.
Women soldiers from Greece!
Interesting facts about the Greek military:
Men in Greece must serve 9 months in the military if they are older than 18. Women can volunteer for service but it is not mandatory. But if they do, they get to dress up all in white and stand proudly alongside their male counterparts.
real female soldier shuld be like tis.
She looks like one of those unofficial soldiers.
Like movie or comic book or computer game.
Lara croft style
Absolutely agree and I am with you on this.
SAF Volunteers looking ready for battle!
This lot don't look ready for anything.
Soldiers from the Czech Republic!
Interesting facts about women in the Czech military:
During WWII Czech women served as medical personnel, phone operators, and anti-aircraft gun crews proving themselves beyond worthy. Today they are an important part of the Czech Armed Forces and are highly regarded, especially those serving in the Air Force. Talk about earning your wings.
Dedicated Ukrainian Soldiers!
Future BGs or PAP MPs?
Not likely. More probably Future PSs (Private Soldiers) or PAP GLs (Grassroot Leaders).
Ukraine has the highest % of women soldiers in the world.
A whopping 25% of those serving for Ukraine are women, with almost 13% of active members being women and 7% of these serving as officers. Though there are no females among the ranks of generals, Ukraine does count 12 female colonels. Given the low pay for much of contractual military service jobs, men have largely refused the work with 44% of the overall count thus being women. Certainly a reason to salute!
Saw some before... All not chip one... Like butch... See le word scared
Later there will be some ATB, maybe more to your liking.
Interesting facts about the Serbian army!
Aside from nurses and some non-combat positions, the Serbian military was always all-male. However, women are known to have disguised themselves as men to fight in the Balkan Wars and WWI, and by WWII partisan units allowed female soldiers to serve in combat and as medical. Though then ditched, this allowance has recently become practice again for Serbia with the professionalization of the army. Sunglasses included if you sign up.
ATB soldiers marching!
They seem to look the same!
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