8 Characteristics of Historic Women War Fighters


Ladies, we can do whatever we set our minds to do.  And it’s no different when it comes to preparing to battle for the liberties and freedoms of our family.

Women were called camp followers in the battles of New York, Brandywine, Germantown, Saratoga, Yorktown, Camden, Kings Mountain, Guilford Courthouse, Cowpens, Charleston among others.  They were always there but seldom mentioned.

8 Characteristics of Historic Women War Fighters

Here are 8 characteristics known to these women who were actually the wives of soldiers.  See if you fit the bill . . .



This Little Defense Tool Helps When A Gun Will Not

Just having this little defense tool in my hand and ready at all times averted a hefty men sizing me up & down with his eyes. But I also discovered this tool is good for water emergencies as well.

Human Trafficking

  Did you know . . . There are more slaves in the world today than at any other point in human history.  More than 27 million people are trapped in bondage. Human trafficking is the second largest criminal industry, exploiting men, women, and children against their will for manual and sexual labor. An estimated […]