LIEUTENANT COLONEL NANCY JAAX: A veterinarian in the United States Army; Her feet had calluses on them, the result of martial-arts training. Nancy had begun martial-arts training partly because she hoped to make her gestures cool and smooth and powerful. She was five feet four inches tall. She liked to spar with six-foot male solders, big guys. She enjoyed knocking them around a little bit; it gave her a certain satisfaction to be able to kick higher than the guy's head. She used her feet more than her hands when she sparred with an opponent, because her hands were delicate. She could break four boards with a spinning back kick. She had reached the point where she could kill a man with her bare feet, an idea that did not in itself give her much satisfaction. She had way auburn hair, which was cut above the shoulders, and greenish eyes. Her eyes were actually two colors, green with an inner rim around the iris was amber. She was a former homecoming queen from Kansas-Miss Agriculture, Kansas State. She had a slender, athletic build, and she displayed quick motions, flickery gestures, with her arms and hands. Major Nancy Jaax did all the housework. She could not stand housework. She also did all the cooking for her family.
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