Lance corporal

Lance Corporal Kylie Watson, 23, is one of only four women in history to have been awarded the Military Cross. Just 5ft 1ins she showed exceptionally bravery as a medic in Helmand Province http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1375233/Mother-told-Military-Cross-hero-daughter-Kylie-Watson-Oh-Kylie-What-did-Next-time-don-t-.html

'Oh, Kylie! What did you do? Next time, please don’t...': What mother told Military Cross hero daughter who twice braved hails of bullets to tend war wounded

Lance Corporal Kylie Watson, is one of only four women in history to have been awarded the Military Cross. Just she showed exceptionally bravery as a medic in Helmand Province. (Ty for your service Lance Corporal!

Shortly after Lance Corporal Liam Tasker of the British Royal Army was killed in a firefight with the Taliban, his devoted Army dog Theo suffered a seizure and passed away as well. Some say of a broken heart. Hope they are together in heaven.

Bomb-sniffing Army dog dies of broken heart after Taliban kill his master

This is Liam and Theo.Liam was killed last year in Afghanistan and Theo his devoted Springer Spaniel (a bomb sniffing Army dog) died shortly thereafter of a broken heart. They were buried in the same casket.

Lance Corporal Levi Heichou Rivialle Ackerman || Definitely Tall!Levi AU. XP

Lance Corporal Levi Heichou Rivialle Ackerman - (can't take credit)

Lance Corporal Bill Baggott sleeps on his motorcycle in Falaise, France - 13 August 1944  Photo by Michael M. Dean

A soldier manages to sleep anywhere whenever he can. Lance Corporal Bill Baggott sleeps on his motorcycle in Falaise, France - 13 August 1944 Photo by Michael M.

Modern Medicine and War - William "Kyle" Carpenter lost most of his jaw and an eye when he fell on a grenade to shield a fellow Marine from the blast. His body shattered, one lung collapsed, the Marine lance corporal was nearly given up for dead after that 2010 Afghanistan firefight.    Then he spent 2½ years in a hospital as doctors worked to rebuild his body

Marine vet who took grenade blast to receive Medal of Honor

William "Kyle" Carpenter lost most of his jaw and an eye when he fell on a grenade to shield a fellow Marine from the blast. Then he spent years in a hospital as doctors worked to rebuild his body.

☆ Poem Author: Lance Corporal Schmidt: "While a Lance Corporal serving as Battalion Counter Sniper at the Marine Barracks 8th & I, Washington, DC, under Commandant P.X. Kelly and Battalion Commander D.J. Myers [in 1986], I wrote this poem to hang on the door of the Gym in the BEQ.☆

☆ Poem Author: Lance Corporal Schmidt: "While a Lance Corporal serving as…

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