Dahomey’s Women Warriors For the better part of 200 years, thousands of female soldiers fought and died to expand the borders of their West African kingdom. Even their conquerors, the French, acknowledged their "prodigious bravery."
U.S. Army Capt. John Goodwill of 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division greets Afghan national locals during a transfer of ballot boxes on the Afghan air force Mi-17 helicopters at Forward Operating Base Rushmore, Paktika province, Afghanistan, March 29, 2014. The AAF were picking up election ballots to deliver to the Paktika districts of: Giyan, Nikea, and Zeruk. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Dixie Rae Liwanag. Used with permission.)
An Up-Close View of the Notorious APT32 Hacking Group in Action
Cpl. Taylor Milligan, a direct air support crew chief for MASS-1 greets his son for the first time Wednesday after returning from a seven month deployment to southwestern Afghanistan. “It’s overwhelming, words can’t describe seeing my son,” he said. Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/image/991336/cherry-point-base-marines-sailors-return-afghanistan#.UgPjVVO9x4x#ixzz2bP6HHsHC