They are both hot and strong at the time. But do note that we don’t just let you browse through pretty women in pictures, we recognize the fact that these ladies worked as hard as men in the military do.
So here are 72 photos of hot military women (army, navy, marines, air force, and let’s add some from the police force too) from around the world.
Niloofar Rahmani is Afghanistan’s first female pilot.
Based on some information found online, these women are actually from the police force.
She was one of the Austrian Armed Forces in KFOR or the Kosovo Force.
Women were only allowed to join the military front line in 2011.
Another one from Australia
Little is known about this picture except that it’s supposedly from Australia too and she’s obviously a sniper.
There’s also not much details found about this picture besides the originating country. It definitely looks empowering to see women in hijab serving.
The photo originally made the rounds of the Internet as “Captain Balislava” of the Russian air forces who took part in airstrikes against ISIS. But she is actually model Ana Hickmann who posted with the Brazilian air force.
If that disappointed you, the next one won’t. It’s genuine.
I didn’t find any background for this except that it’s supposedly from Belgium.
The succeeding two pictures are from the Canadian military.
Her face is partly covered, but you can still notice how beautiful she is.
A police officer from China.
Also from China; military
Latin American women are naturally beautiful.
One of the best photos from this collection
Another European beauty
Finnish female soldiers are accepted as border patrol members.
There are currently 15% female military members of the French government.
Germany has no restrictions on female military service for any branch including the Fallschirmjäger or paratroopers and even as Tornado fighter pilots.
The Armed forces of the Netherlands is divided into four royal divisions including an equivalent of the army, navy and air force plus the Marechaussee which performs both military and police duties.
Women have only been inducted into the military starting 1992.
She’s actually a police woman but we included her on this list nonetheless.
Iran’s military women are actually members of the Basij, a paramilitary volunteer force.
Speaking of which, did you know that the Wonder Woman of today’s generation, Gal Gadot, also served in the military? Read Secret Celebrity Badasses in the Military.
More Military Israeli Women
And more Israeli military women
She’s holding a Beretta AR 70/90.
More Italian female soldiers
From the Japanese army
It is interesting to note that the Japanese military is collectively called Japan Self-Defense Forces or JSDF.
Like other countries, Kenya had only recently included women in their armed forces back in the year 2000.
The country had reinstated compulsory military service (for men) in 2015.
Mexican women have long been involved in arms. Soldaderas or Adelitas have participated during the Mexican Revolution (1910–1920).
The Nepalese army had embraced the presence of women in their forces since 1961.
Jump back to Holland above
The country’s military arm is called NZDF or New Zealand Defense Forces.
Norway is only one among four countries with mandatory military service for both men and women. The other three include Israel, North Korea, and Bolivia.
Norway is also the only North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member with such rule.
In March 2015, an article from Diario Correo, a publication from Peru reported an increase of 20% per year for Peruvian women joining the military.
Ayesha Farooq is Pakistan’s first female fighter pilot, trained for war.
From the PAK or Pakistan army
Polish women were allowed military service since 2007.
Initially, only women in medical fields were enacted for army duty as volunteers.
The Portuguese Armed Forces currently consists of about 12% women personnel.
More photos of Polish military women below
Above is from the Brygada Obrony Wybrzeża or the Luzycka Brigade Coastal Defence (1986-1995). The brigade was part of the Pomeranian Military District, more widely known as blue berets.
Women are not included for conscription or mandatory military service, although they can enlist for the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (since 2010).
There are now over 10,000 women in the South Korean military this 2016.
The Romanian Armed Forces is comprised of 90,000 personnel; 15,000 of which are actually civilians.
This was actually a beauty contest for female soldiers back in 2003, called “Beauty in Epaulets.”
The Miss Russian Army beauty contest was held in order to encourage a higher rate of women joining the armed forces.
Another one from Romania
More Russian military women
Russia’s army currently consists of about 10% women members.
After the Second World War, women were no longer accepted in combatant roles.
They were reintroduced into peacekeeping forces in 2010.
There are no gender restrictions for the Swedish military since 1989.
Women had been integrated into the Spanish military since 1988.
It was initially limited in terms of functions and positions. In 1999, women were allowed in all units, including combat positions.
Less than 1% of the Swiss Armed Forces is comprised of women.
Their role is even voluntary.
Back when it was still independent from China
Before it became the Republic of China, Taiwan enforced conscription for women living in outer lying islands closest to China, like the province of Fuchien.
As of 2005, there are 1245 women in the Turkish Armed Forces.
About 9% of the British armed forces is composed of women.
Female members were not permitted to engage in combat roles after a media frenzy in 2007 when Royal Navy members, including Faye Turney were held captive by Iranian Revolutionary Guards.
The ban was lifted just this year (July 2016) by Prime Minister David Cameron. Female recruits were trained on all aspects of the military, including combat since December 2015.
Active duty Ukrainian female soldiers make up about 13% of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Just like the UK, the US also started training women again for combat roles since December 2015.
Combatant roles have been open to women since this year after Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s announcement.
Above is Miss Kansas 2013 Theresa Vail; the first ever Miss USA contestant with tattoos openly shown.
Military service for women in the People’s Army of Vietnam is voluntary.
We hope you enjoyed the images as much as the trivia included.
Hot women in the military stand out beyond their beautiful photos, we love them more for their service.
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