Milunka Savić: Most Decorated Female Soldier in the History 

Disguised as a man, fought in the Balkan Wars against the Ottoman Empire.

Joined the Iron Regiment and played a key role in the Battle of Kumanovo.

Excelled in lobbing grenades and received a medal for valor in the Second Balkan War.

Revealed her identity after being wounded, received a promotion instead of a discharge.

Fought in World War I, notably at Cer and Kolubara, earning high honors.

Wounded nine times, awarded 12 medals, including the French Legion d'Honneur.

Passed away in 1973 as the most decorated female combatant in history.