- Some people are just born to be impressive.
— For The Win (@forthewin) December 20, 2013
25-year-old Rachel Washburn is an Army intelligence officer who was stationed overseas in Afghanistan, after spending three seasons as an Eagles cheerleader.
As her unit was moving out from a village, they were pummeled by a snow storm that had crept up on them. In the midst of the chaos, a woman in the village went into labor. Unable to secure a midwife, her husband did not want male troops to see her, so Washburn and her partner transported her to their hut.
From there, they received instructions from a medical officer over a radio and successfully delivered the baby while the weather continued to rage outside.
Washburn returned stateside in November, but is eager to sign up for a few more years of service.