#zYwYjMzZGI2 ❤ US Army veteran Kinessa Johnson [77 FILES :: 479 MB]

13 mai 2022 · A Google search reveals that Kinessa Johnson is a US military veteran who was affiliated with anti-poaching nonprofit group Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (Vetpaw) in 2015. Vetpaw describes itself as “a group of post 9/11 US veterans with combat skills who are committed to protecting and training park rangers to. 9 janv. 2019 · L'Américaine Kinessa Johnson, une vétérane d’Afghanistan a décidé de se reconvertir dans la protection de la faune sauvage. Depuis 2014, elle œuvre aux côtés des gardes forest. 29 juil. 2015 · C'est le cas de Kinessa Johnson, qui est récemment devenu un symbole de la protection des espèces protégées. Vétérane de l'US Army, l'Américaine, originaire de Yelm, dans le Comté de Thurston. 16 avr. 2015 · Kinessa Johnson: US army veteran hunts poachers in Africa She signed up to the Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (VETPAW) as an anti-poaching advisor following a tour of. 10 avr. 2015 · Kinessa Johnson, a former Army veteran who spent four years in Afghanistan, is also using her training to stand up for a cause she is passionate about — wildlife preservation. Kinessa’s new. 27 avr. 2015 · April 27, 2015 Kinessa Johnson is a US army veteran who currently works as an anti-poaching advisor in East Africa. Johnson served in the US army in Afghanistan for 4 years as a weapons instructor and mechanic. 26 août 2021 · But US military veteran Kinessa Johnson spent years battling gangs of poachers in Africa, working as part of a team trying desperately to protect the world's most endangered species. Following her. 6 avr. 2015 · Kinessa Johnson, whose home is in Yelm in Thurston County, served four years in the Army as a weapons instructor and mechanic, and served a tour in Afghanistan. Last November she decided to.