U.S. Army Special Forces snipers, assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Operational Detachment-A and U.S. Air Force joint terminal attack controllers, assigned to the 284th Air Support Operation Squadron, guide AH1 Cobra attack helicopters, assigned to Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 369, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing conducting a close air support mission during Integrated Training Exercise 2-16 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, Calif., Feb. 16, 2016.
U.S Army Special Forces and SEALs on the ground in the northern Syrian province of Raqa, to aid and assist the Syrian Democratic Forces who are making its push for IS territory north of Raqa city. May 25, 2016.
A U.S. Marine Corps UH-1Y Venom, AH-1W Super Cobra and a
U.S. Army AH-6 Little Bird
in support of Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One (MAWTS-1) during an offensive air support exercise at Mt. Barrow, Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range, Calif., April 5, 2016.
Coalition Special Operations Forces members defend their position from insurgent small arms fire during a day-long fire fight in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. Afghan National Army Commandos and coalition SOF, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village.
Duty, Honor, Country | Women in Uniform Series 4/6
Emily Jazmin Tatum Perez (1983 – 2006) was the highest-ranking Black/Hispanic female cadet in the history of the United States Military Academy’s at West Point, graduating with a rank of Cadet Command Sergeant Major.
Following graduation from West
Point in 2005, she was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the 204th Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division of the United States Army.
Perez was killed in action on September 12, 2006, while leading a
convoy through Al Kifl, Iraq, a mission for which she had volunteered.
U.S. Army Issues Official Statement On If Capt. Rogers Would Be Entitled To Millions Of Dollars In Payment
“If Capt. Steve Rogers (aka Captain America) were not a fictional character and the circumstances surrounding his disappearance and recovery actually real, he may actually be entitled to receive back pay,” Army spokesman Wayne Hall told media in an email. “However, a wide variety of variables would have to be taken into consideration to actually calculate the true amount of back pay to which he would be entitled to receive.”
Soldiers from the 28th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company on Fort Bragg, react to a simulated improvised explosive device during a training event on Nov. 4, 2015. The 28th EOD Company is the only airborne EOD company in the U.S. Army.