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Illegal aliens are proud and loud now with their demands
Topic - Rachel Washburn
Rachel Washburn, 25, was a cheerleader with the Philadelphia Eagles when she decided a career shift was in order. So she traded in her pom-poms and signed on the dotted Army contract line — and she’s since been serving as an intelligence officer with a special ops combat unit in Afghanistan.
"Getting to actually talk to people who are in the military and doing their jobs day in and day out ... was very eye opening," she said, in USA Today. "It was kind of what re-lit the fire and my passion for the military."
"Initially, it was kind of a novelty to people I met if they ever found out," she said, to USA Today. "It's kind of a bit of a shock. You don't expect those two things to go hand in hand with one person."