If you’re into airsoft, hot cosplayers, or hot Israeli army women, chances are you’re at least somewhat familiar with Natalia Fadeev. The shapely IDF military police reservist, who also goes by Gun Waifu, is active on several social media accounts. Not surprisingly, all of them do very well.
Here she is, comin’ in hawt. Read more to learn about her.
Fadeev, who has already completed her mandatory military service, currently serves in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) as a military police reservist. As best we can tell from OSINT sources, she served in the Israeli military police unit known as the “Mishmar Ezrachi” or “Mishmar Ha’gvul.” The Mishmar Ha’gvul unit maintains law and order within the IDF and protects military bases and facilities from external threats. The unit also handles investigations and enforces military law. She makes those olive green uniforms look good, too. Really, really good. Many military police units specialize, from combat/route reconnaissance and corrections/detention, to provide VIP protective details and a more traditional law enforcement presence in military facilities. We’re not sure what, if any, niche assignments Fadeev has held in the IDF’s military police structure.
She makes those olive green uniforms look good, too. Really, really good.
Many military police units specialize, from combat/route reconnaissance and corrections/detention, to provide VIP protective details and a more traditional law enforcement presence in military facilities. We’re not sure what, if any, niche assignments Fadeev has held in the IDF’s military police structure.
Scrolling through her IG and other accounts, it is immediately obvious that Natalia is an airsoft aficionado. She often competes in tournaments and was voted Best Female Airsofter at the 2019 Israeli Airsoft Expo.
Airsoft is popular in Israel, though we don’t yet know if she’s a part of any particular teams or organizations within the airsoft community.
Natalia Fadeev: some Gun Waifu Trivia
• Natalia has a degree in industrial design from the Holon Institute of Technology in Israel, where she specialized in product design. She has used her design skills to create custom airsoft gear and equipment.
• In addition to airsoft and cosplay, past online sources have described Natalia as an accomplished artist who has showcased her artwork in galleries and exhibitions in Israel.
• She is approximately 24-25 years old. Reportedly born in Georgia (the country, not the state) to Ukrainian parents, she moved to Israel with her family at a very young age.
• She has an OnlyFans account where she posts tastefully provocative photos, but only reveals so much: “No nudes, just lewds and semi-nudes,” the description says.
• Natalia is an advocate for animal welfare and has worked with animal rescue organizations in Israel. She often shares photos of her own pets on social media.
• She has participated in charity events and fundraisers for various causes, including cancer research and supporting families of fallen soldiers in Israel.
• Natalia has been featured in several Israeli media outlets, including print and online publications, as well as TV and radio shows.
• She has a Patreon account where she raises money for her cosplay shoots.
• She is reportedly fluent in four languages: Hebrew, Russian, English, and Spanish.
• Natalia has won several awards and accolades for her achievements in airsoft, including the “Best Female Airsofter” award at the 2019 Israel Airsoft Expo.
The gun part is fairly obvious, but what is a waifu?
“Waifu” is a term rooted not just in Japanese culture, but that of the anime/manga community writ large. It is derived from the Japanese way of saying “wife” (ワイフ) and is commonly used in the context of anime, manga, and video game fandoms. It typically refers to a fictional female character that someone has a strong affection for or finds particularly attractive.
The concept of a waifu is not about an actual romantic relationship but rather a form of admiration or affection for a character (particularly, in this case, one that has developed as an online persona). Fans may have a waifu because they appreciate the character’s design, personality, or story arc, and they may express their admiration through fan art, fanfiction, or other fan-related activities.
Natalia Fadeev Nude
Sorry fellas (and some ladies, probably), but there’s no Gun Waifu nude stuff readily available. That said, there is a Natalia Fadeev OnlyFans account, but it doesn’t do full nudity, according to the description.
It’s also listed as the Gun Waifu OnlyFans, though the URL reads Natalia Fadeev.
This is cool with us because that’s often more tantalizing, anyway.
A cursory image search on Google reveals a few pics that probably originated on the Natalia Fadeev OnlyFans page/site/whatever, but there’s no way to confirm it (and we’re not subscribers).
As you can see, though, it might well be worth the money.
You can find that account online here.
Learn more about Natalia Fadeev
“Natalia Fadeev.” LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalia-fadeev-407525122/
“Military Police in the IDF.” Israel Defense Forces. https://www.idf.il/en/minisites/corps/military-police/
“Mishmar Ha’gvul.” Jewish Virtual Library. https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/mishmar-ha-gvul
“The Instagram stars making military occupation look good:” https://jewishcurrents.org/naked-gun
“Natalia Fadeev: Airsoft Player, Cosplayer, IDF Military Police Reservist.” Airsoft Insider. https://www.airsoftinsider.com/natalia-fadeev-airsoft-player-cosplayer-idf-military-police-reservist/
“Airsoft Player, Cosplayer, and Military Police Reservist: The Many Talents of Natalia Fadeev.” The Jeruslaem Post. https://www.jpost.com/israel-news/airsoft-player-cosplayer-and-military-police-reservist-the-many-talents-of-natalia-fadeev-674009