This Hot Girl Is One Badass Afghanistan Vet Who Helps Rangers Hunt Down Poachers In Africa
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This Hot Girl Is One Badass Afghanistan Vet Who Helps Rangers Hunt Down Poachers In Africa

The battle against illegal poaching in Africa frustrating for some – both as a result of the ireversible damage that illegal poachers cause and because we are powerless to do anything about it. However, Kinessa Johnson on the other hand fights back poachers by helping rangers hunting them down. She’s a US Army veteran who works for VETPAW, a company that connects US Armed Forces veterans with conservation rangers in East Africa who need skilled training and support.

Along side different US vets, she helps the rangers with sensible issues like marksmanship, concealment, intelligence and patrolling tactics.

More info: vetpaw.org | Instagram | Twitter (h/t: elitedaily)

Meet Kinessa Johnson

Kinessa Johnson - Hunts Down Poachers in Africa

She helps African park rangers monitor and seize illegal poachers

Kinessa Johnson Hunts Down Poachers In Africa

“I patrol routinely with them and also assist in intelligence operations”

Kinessa Johnson Hunts Down Poachers In Africa

“Our intention is to not hurt any individual; we’re here to train park rangers so they are able to track and detain poachers and ultimately stop poaching.”

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

Kinessa Johnson Helps Rangers Capture Poachers In Africa

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