from cheerleader to special ops soldier

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usatoday – As a Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader, Rachel Washburn toted pom-poms. As an Army intelligence officer with a special ops combat unit in Afghanistan, she carried an assault rifle and pistol. She was a pioneer in a special mission to relate to local women in ways that would be culturally inappropriate for male troops — including helping deliver an Afghan baby in a snowstorm. Washburn, 25, who recently returned from her second tour in Afghanistan, will be honored Sunday night as a “Hometown Hero” by the Eagles at their home game against the Chicago Bears. She didn’t join the Army on a whim. During her three seasons with the Eagles, Washburn was an Army ROTC student and history major at Drexel University in Philadelphia. He father was an Army helicopter pilot and an Air Force fighter pilot. She figures she moved 17 or 18 times growing up, but she calls Philadelphia home even though she just attended college there. According to Washburn, her military awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Combat Action Badge, Airborne Badge and Air Assault Badge.

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Very cool, and she is hot, but being attached to a SOF unit does not make you a Special Operations Soldier.  Still, very cool.

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Very cool, and she is hot, but being attached to a SOF unit does not make you a Special Operations Soldier.  Still, very cool.


No, it doesn't. But while most soldiers in special forces support are just assigned by their branch, the women in those roles have to volunteer, then they must be among the top performers in their branch and finally they have to pass a short selection course. So compared to the average female soldier she is probably elite.

Shes a mascot. Full theater makeup and dangling earrings. Cmon...

Cute. Her vag has been thoroughly run through in her service in the pleasure corps. Phone Post 3.0

I do not know anything about special ops or their equipment but in the first photo is that not a terrible placement for a sidearm? Especially with the strap going over the grip? Phone Post 3.0

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ChrisAllen - I do not know anything about special ops or their equipment but in the first photo is that not a terrible placement for a sidearm? Especially with the strap going over the grip? Phone Post 3.0

Her job is to talk to local women and get her picture taken. Shes not an operator.

ChrisAllen - I do not know anything about special ops or their equipment but in the first photo is that not a terrible placement for a sidearm? Especially with the strap going over the grip? Phone Post 3.0

easy to get to your sidearm if your sitting or driving.

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AdmiralCackbar - Hopefully she never gets captured.

Yuuuup.

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looks like the spec ops soldiers LOVE their intelligence officers. (from the heli pic)

integral part of keeping up unit morale.