Iraq War Vet Turns Heads as NFL Cheerleader

Megan Welter was an Army platoon leader before cheering for the Arizona Cardinals.
1:00 | 07/31/13

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She's gone from protecting the front lines in Iraq to cheering on the sidelines. On the NFL fields she. Is -- -- and she's not your typical pro football cheerleader or secret weapon. -- as the US army that she served as a platoon leader rock knows it lifelong dream to become a cheerleader to graduate from college took a seven year. The -- is going on at a time when I graduated college so I wanted to take a job. I was going to be meaningful so I decided to join army. That last year after her sixteen month tour of duty in Iraq ended. -- decided to try out to be an Arizona Cardinals cheerleader at the age of twenty -- maybe a little more mature than her colleagues. -- even surprised herself to be correct. -- -- -- -- -- And is what eighteen Nicole eighteen I can't believe and in final -- I knew I was irony this team. -- is still an army reservists though not. Very reserved on the field.

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