Photo of Wonder Woman actress in military garb with uzi gun goes viral

Israeli actress Gal Gadot is getting noticed for more than just her stunning portrayal of Wonder Woman; some are saying she’s a real-life hero for “having served as a soldier with the Israeli Defense Forces for two years before pursuing her acting career,” according to a report in the Daily Caller, which brought attention to a photo of the actress in military uniform on Instagram.

Posted on Tuesday by the popular Instagram account “Curves.N.CombatBoots,” the photo featured the actress wearing green combat fatigues and holding an Uzi next to another photo of her as “Wonder Woman”.

The post was captioned,[email protected]_gadot AKA Wonder Woman served as a soldier with the Israeli Defense Forces for two years before pursuing her acting career. #curvesncombatboots #militarywomen #womeninuniform #idf #wonderwoman.”

@gal_gadot AKA Wonder Woman served as a soldier with the Israeli Defense Forces for two years before pursuing her acting career. #curvesncombatboots #militarywomen #womeninuniform #idf #wonderwoman

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“It’s awesome,” opined the Daily Caller, noting that “Gadot credits her time in the Israeli Defense Force for getting her a part in the ‘Fast and Furious’ series,” because it gave her a working “knowledge of weapons.”

Gadot’s work is also getting noticed on Twitter, with users commenting on the fact that she is a Zionist; but even the haters still love her.

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