Kinessa Johnson, above, fought valiantly in Afghanistan as a soldier in the U.S. Army. After serving her country in war, and being fortunate enough to come home, she soon found herself, like so many veterans, seeking to do something with meaning, and at the same time, something that is high paced and up close and personal, like being a wartime soldier, and she finally found her nitch.
Johnson is now serving in Africa, as a private citizen, and she is hunting down poachers who kill endangered animals on the dark continent. She is involved with a group named Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (VETPAW). She, and the many other veterans working alongside her, train park rangers on their jobs and duties and, specifically, how to catch poachers.
For more on Kinessa and her mission, click on the picture of her below, which is hyper-linked to her bio.
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