The Internet is breaking over the 'world's most beautiful soldier'

Elena Deligioz is a woman who became Internet famous after being dubbed the “world’s most beautiful soldier.”

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Screenshot: YouTube/Siêu th? máy v?n phòng Sellmax.vn

Her photos have gone viral on a number of social media sites.

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Screenshot: YouTube/Siêu th? máy v?n phòng Sellmax.vn

But Deligioz is actually young businesswoman who sells military paraphenilia through an online store, not a soldier. A Russian photographer saw pictures of her modeling her products and invited her to do a photo shoot with him.

Some of the photos from that shoot are available on flickr and many are at Vadim Anikin’s Russian social media account.

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Since she’s actually a civilian, you should probably search her and hand her over to the intel guys as a potential insurgent. Meme via Team Non-Rec

Luckily, that means troops won’t be running into her on the battlefield anytime soon.

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Screenshot: YouTube/Siêu th? máy v?n phòng Sellmax.vn

Of course, soldiers who are more worried about letting their hair hang freely than they are about buckling their helmets aren’t likely a huge tactical threat.

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Pretty sure Chris Hansen is waiting just outside the frame of this shot. Screenshot: YouTube/Siêu th? máy v?n phòng Sellmax.vn

So, as long as she’s just a civilian who can pose with a rifle, we’ll continue to be much more impressed by women like this:

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Photo: US Air Force Racheal E. Watson

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