Pictures of women in the military/police(Before posting read the 1st post!!!)
Round 2 and final round. Lets not see this have the same fate as the previous thread. Just be aware that we must keep it above board and this thread should be sound.
Brief rules advised from a mod to keep the thread alive:
-photos of women in the military
-preferably in some form of military uniform
-keep the reposts to a minimum including images within quoted posts
-keep the "****** comments" out of the thread don't bother with the idiotic "she's hot" comments. Waste of post space and generally useless drivel.
-For questions, use PMs.
Added by WARPIG: Keep in mind the "intent" of this thread. The thread is here to honor our "sisters" in arms. It is understood that IMAGES of women in the military are likely here for their aesthetic contribution to the fairer race. However, if your comments or images become degrading or insulting.. you will be asked to remove them.
Last edited by digrar; 07-22-2012 at 11:26 PM.
Waronline.org has a gallery of females in israeli service.
Didn't see this one posted... Vanessa Dobos, the first aerial gunner in the USAF, HH60 Pavehawk to be specific.
More on Dobos from Airman Magazine.
Some pictures showed in the spanish MoDefense web, with women in spanish forces:
She´s in a chekpoint in Trebinje, Bosnia
A sanitary officer in Nevesnije, Bosnia.
Second by the left, a female student of the Armada´s Officers College.
An Armada´s mechanic testing a Sea King´s engine.
A Leopard´s II crew of División de Infantería mecanizada nº1 managing the aim´s mechanism.
Indian Armed forces/Police/Paramilitary etc.
J and K Police Officer
'National Cadet Core' female cadets
CRPF - India's primary paramilitary force used mainly in CI operations in Kashmir and elsewhere
Indian Air force(IAF) officer with US Air force officers during a recent Indo-US exercise at Air force base.
KASHMIR, INDIA - JUNE 15: An Indian Army soldier gets treatment for a gunshot wound to his leg at the 92 Base Military hospital June 15,2002 in Srinagar, Kashmir. The soldier was injured near the Line of Control at the border with Pakistan.
Caption:A soldier from the Indian Battalion of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force of Lebanon examines a patient July 26, 2001 near the border of Israel and Syria. The soldiers oversee the disputed Shebaa Farms closed military area, run medical clinics, and provide other humanitarian assistance to the local population.
Sri lanka's army chief Lional Balagalle (R) presents a certificate to Indian Army Major Rita Prasad (L) at the Sri Lankan army headquaters in Colombo, 05 june 2003 during a farewell ceremony in honour of India's military personnels. India lent military personnel last month for relief operations of Sri Lanka's May 2003 unprecedented floods which killed 254 people and displaced some 200,000 families.
Caption:Indian military personnels attend a farewell ceremony at the Sri Lankan army headquaters in Colombo, 05 june 2003.
Original caption: Indian female military officer from the Army Service Corps (ASC) gives instruction to a group of army truck drivers besides a line of trucks before leaving for Kargil, at Sonamarg, 85 kms (53 miles) east of Srinagar May 13, 2002. A convoy of Indian army trucks carrying supplies for soldiers guarding the eastern frontiers was given the green light by army authorities as the route to Kargil was opened after a gap of nearly seven months.
Original caption: An armed Indian female soldier looks-up after crawling under barbed wire, during a weapons training session at an army camp at Chengalpat, 50 kms (31 miles) south of of Madras, July 9, 2003. Some 275 female cadets are taking part in a seven-day training program, organized by the Indian Officers Training Academy (OTA), to train the soldiers to fight any future conflicts.
More Indian armed forces pics.
OTA cadets attend a weapons training session at an army camp at Chengalpat, 50 km (31 miles) south of Madras, on 09 July 2003. Some 275 cadets took part in a seven-day training program, organized by the OTA.
Senior officers inspect a weapons training program.
Graduation Ceremony:Lady officers passing out from the Officers Training Academy, Chennai
Captain Rajshree Gupta, Army Medical Corps (AMC), salutes the tricolour-draped coffin of her husband, Major Vivek Gupta of the 2nd Rajputana Rifles, who died fighting the Pakistani-backed terrorists and the Pakistan Army in the Kargil Operations.
During training at the Officers Training Academy(OTA)
Training at Officers Training Academy(OTA )
Woman Cadet with 84 mm Rocket Launcher" OTA CHENNAI
Instructor at the Air Force academy.
Indian Air Force pilots.
Major Priya Jhingan, formerly OIC, Judge Advocate General, Chennai headquarters, Indian Army
Caption: Fg. Off. Saxena is the first woman IAF Officer to fly in a combat zone
Officers in the Indian navy
Controller at the ATC, Indian Navy
Lady Cadets undergoing Shooting Practice
Lady Cadets undergoing Shooting Practice
With parents and Senior officers during pipping ceremony
The Reviewing Officers and the Commandant with the Award winners at the graduation ceremony for newly commissioned army officers
IAF recruitment ad.
Indian Policewoman Holds a Rifle on Police Commemoration Day in Zewan
INDIAN FEMALE POLICE SALUTE DURING INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS IN SRINAGAR
Original caption: An Indian policeman carries his injured female colleague following a large car bomb explosion outside the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly building in the heart of Srinagar, October 1, 2001. At least 13 people died and many more were wounded in the blast, police said.
Kashmiri women police stand guard with assault riffles outside the state assembly complex in Srinagar, 25 September 2001.
Original caption: Members of the women commando team demonstrate their skills during the closing ceremony of the All India Police Meet in Madras 05 March 2003.
Original caption: Indian army men and women hold candles during a two minute silence at a condolence meeting in Kaluchak army cantonment in Jammu, June 14, 2002, to mourn the dead who were killed by militants on the same day a month ago at Kaluchak. Over thirty people, mostly women and children of families of defence personnel, were killed when militants opened fire on May 14, 2002.
YAMIN HAZARIKA, POLICE SUPERINTENDANT IN DELHI
german female soldier
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