***During my last sea tour, two of them mysteriously disappeared overboard during blue water operations;***
I mentioned something like this here on FR a few weeks back and someone accused me of getting my ideas on homos in the military from the movies.
I spent four years in the USAF and every year we had assembly were read the riot act about homos in service, then had to sign a paper showing we had been at the assembly.
In basic we also had to serve one day of KP at the out processing HOMO barracks.
we were told we would see things unbelievable and we were not to laugh, point or joke about it.
To: Ruy Dias de Bivar
Expect an increase in Friendly Fire and Lost at Sea reports.
I’m guessing your understanding of the U.S. military stems from an overconsumption of hollywood movies.***
14 posted on Friday, March 23, 2012 2:57:12 PM by douginthearmy (Obamagebra: 1 job + 1 hope + 1 change = 0 jobs + 0 hope)
Second that. Where did you go thru basic? Certainly not at Lackland with the rest of us. A unit full of out-processing homos? Was that next to the unicorn flight?
FWIW No one much likes serving next to airman Gaga, but I haven’t met him/her yet, thank God. There a few homos we all know about. They keep it to themselves. Long as that happens, we’re the military. We do take whole “duty” and “following orders” thing pretty serious and it’s pretty offensive to accuse us of murder. Everyone likes to tell stories about guys falling off ships but it’s always “my best friend’s, neighbor’s, uncle” who saw it happen.