Meet Megan Welter, a third generation solider and Iraq veteran (she served as platoon leader on a 16 month tour), who also happens to be a NFL cheerleader.

I would KILL for a tell all biography from her, if she wanted to say, compare and contrast how she was treated as a woman in such remarkably different spheres.

I'm also curious what she does now as a job. It mentions she's a reservist as well as as a cheerleader, but from what I understand cheerleading in the NFL is mostly a glory position - it pays incredibly little and the women typically have other jobs.