From FoxNews: Lucca, who served U.S. troops during more than 400 missions in Iraq and Afghanistan over a six-year span, received the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) Dickin Medal at the Wellington Barracks in London. She is the first Marine Corps dog to receive the medal, considered the top honor for war animals around the world.
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From The Daily Mail: Xate Shingali, 30, who performed traditional Yazidi folklore music all over northern Iraq, was granted special permission to form the unit by the Kurdish President. She formed the brigade on July 2 and has since recruited 123 female fighters aged between 17 – the minimum age required to join – and 30. Speaking from the Sharya refugee camp, just outside Dohuk, Xate said the male Kurdish fighters…
From NRA Women
Tatiana Whitlock hosts this course from Panteao. Columbia, SC, April 15, 2015 – Panteao Productions is happy to announce the release of the second video title from Tatiana Whitlock: Practical Concealed Carry for Women. If you are a woman interested in carrying a handgun for personal defense, this video is for you. With Practical Concealed Carry for Women, Tatiana Whitlock walks you through handgun and ammo selection, training aids, methods of concealment,…
From Newsmax.com: Natalie Foster from the Girl’s Guide to Guns writes, “Shooting gives us a sense of equality, a sense of safety, a sense of being in control of ourselves. That sense of control is empowering, and is something we should seek in other aspects of our life. This, along with the ‘tough woman’ image of shooting guns, gives us a more positive self-image, which is a powerful thing.”