A Command Sergeant Major serving in Kabul who reportedly said he’d fight the war “so his son wouldn’t have to” in 2001 sort of feels like an asshole right now, after his son joined the Army a year ago and serves with a unit just a few miles away, sources confirmed today.
“When I said that, I thought we were going to, you know, come in, bomb the shit out of them, shoot a few guys, and split,” said Sgt. Maj. Ted Stevens while noting previous U.S. engagements without a prolonged troop presence such as Vietnam and Korea.
This is a good summary of how horrifying the plot of this game is:
Damn!, I’m feel like I’m out of breath…
I’m sure you know that’s a satire site, but this is real:
I mean, it’s what I replied to. But yeah, it’s a satire site. There’s a lot of articles everywhere making fun of this idea
Oops. Missed that somehow. As usual, I’ll blame society for my mistakes.
A $1 BILLION pentagon slush fund fund that could have been allocated to education, health care or infrastructure…
That’s just petty cash for the US military; they might’ve found it under the couch cushions.
The Gerald Ford CVNs cost $10 billion each. Not including aircraft. And they’re building ten of them.
Gotta keep that socialist apparatus running somehowz…