About The mine field, MP's and section of trucks
|February 9th, 2009||#1|
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The mine field, MP's and section of trucks info
I was sitting in the front passenger seat of the lead truck, when the driver said, “There's mine tape across the road, do I stop or keep going?”
I told the driver to keep going.
As we crossed the mine tape a military policeman pulled us over saying, “You've driven into a minefield and your section has been destroyed.”
I climbed out of the truck and said, “If this was a real minefield, there wouldn't be civilian cars and trucks driving along it, blown up cars and trucks littering the road would have given me a clue that there's a minefield here. As there isn't any blown up cars or trucks on the road, my section isn't blown up. By the way, who's built a land mine that can tell the difference between military and civilian traffic?”
He blinked trying to think of answer, by which time I climbed into the front truck and drove on.
When I got back to the location the CO was waiting for me, saying that the Military Police had radioed him and complained that I wasn't entering into the spirit of the exercise. He grinned and said, “You must enter into the spirit if the exercise, now bugger off back to your section, and don't do it again.”
Adversus solem ne loquitor
|February 10th, 2009||#4|
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cool, we just got over an exercise at the beginning of Feb...i know exactly what ur talking about...MP shoulda done more than what he did....still funny though...
Nemo vir est qui mundum non reddat meliorem
(What man is a man who does not make the world better?)
|February 12th, 2009||#5|
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In a way I felt sorry for him (Yea right lol)
Last edited by BritinAfrica; February 12th, 2009 at 12:33..
|February 12th, 2009||#6|
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"The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, is directly proportional to how they perceive the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated." ~George Washington