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The civilian world and military attitudes clash
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Buster's Battery by Major James 'Doc' Crabtree

1. General military cartoon humor

2. Specifically DINFOS-related cartoon humor

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Military Slang at Wikipedia
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What's a good grade at DINFOS?

 I met Sergeant Charlie Moore at the Defense Information School at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana during my Basic Journalism Course in the Spring of 1984. He was my favorite teacher there.

In addition to being an effective instructor, he was more informal, making him feel more like respected colleague, instead of the usual strict superior. Plus, he was funny. When it came to grading, he told the tense students not to worry: 70 is passing, 71 is overkill.

- Navy Journalist Vito Vitkauskas, BJC9-84



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Tampons to the rescue in Iraq!! Tampons to the rescue in Iraq!!

Don't worry, it's a good story - and worth reading - it's even humorous in parts. It's from the mother of a Marine in Iraq.

My son told me how wonderful the care packages we had sent them were and wanted me to tell everyone thank you.. He said that one guy we'll call Marine X, got a girl care package and everyone was giving him a hard time.

My son said, "Marine X got some really nice smelling lotion and everyone really likes it, so every time he goes to sleep they steal it from him." I told my son I was really sorry about the mistake, and if he wanted I would send Marine X another package. He told me not to worry about Marine X because every time I send something to him, Marine X thinks it's for him too.

He said when my husband and I sent the last care package Marine X came over to his cot picked up the box, started fishing through it, and said, "What'd we get this time?"

My son said they had the most fun with Marine X's package. He said he wasn't sure who we were sending the pack to, but the panties were size 20, and he said one of the guys got on top of the Humvee and jumped off with the panties over his head and yelled, "Look at me, I'm an Airborne Ranger!".

One of the guys attached the panties to an antenna and it blew in the wind like a windsock. He said it entertained them for quite awhile. Then of course, they had the tampons.

When he brought this up my imagination just went running, but he continued. My son said they had to go on a mission and Marine X wanted the ChapStick and lotion for the trip. He grabbed a bunch of the items from his care package and got in the Humvee. As luck would have it, he grabbed the tampons too, and my son said everyone was teasing him about "not forgetting his feminine hygiene products".

He said things went well for a while, then the convoy was ambushed and a Marine was shot. He said the wound was pretty clean, but it was deep. He said they were administering first aid but couldn't get the bleeding to slow down, and someone said, "Hey use Marine X's tampons". My son said they put the tampon in the wound. At this point my son profoundly told me, "Mom did you know that tampons expand?" ("Well, yeah!"). They successfully slowed the bleeding until the guy got better medical attention. When they went to check on him later the surgeon told them, "You guys saved his life". If you hadn't stopped that bleeding he would have bled to death. My son said, "Mom, the tampons sent by the Marine Moms by mistake saved a Marine's life."

At this point I asked him, "Well what did you do with the rest of the tampons?" He said, "Oh, we divided them up and we all have them in our flak jackets, and I kept two for our first aid kit".

I am absolutely amazed by the ingenuity of our Marines, and can't believe that something that started out as a mistake then turned into a joke, ended up saving someone's life. My sister said she doesn't believe in mistakes. She believes God had a plan all along. She believes that female care package was sent to Marine X to save our Marine.

Either way ladies, our efforts have boosted the morale of many Marines, provided much needed items for our troops, AND saved the life of a Marine! God bless every one of you for your efforts and hard work, and God bless our Marines.

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11th Order of the Sentry

The Eleventh Order of the Sentry: To walk my beat and beat my meat and to fuck everything within 10 feet.

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Fairy Tale vs. War Story
  The different between a fairy tale and a war story is one thing: A fairy tale starts with the words "Once upon a time...". A war story starts with the words "This is no shit."

 

 

 

 

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Silly Question: Bathroom Door
When your bathroom is not in use, how do you keep your bathroom door?

Open wide
Slightly ajar
Closed shut
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