At Parris Island during the first week at the rifle range, the stress level goes through the roof. I think that they are trying to make any whackjob recruits break before they get live ammo the following week. Late in the week, one recruit received a care package of cookies and candy, but he refused to share it.
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The Quotable Staff Sergeant Nichols at NAVY OCS “Kaminky, stop looking at me with your mouth open. It makes me uncomfortable.” “Has anyone ever told you that you look like a serial killer, Wightman?” “Am I being Punk’d right now? Where are the cameras? Seriously, where are they?” “Don’t lose your whole entire mind.” “Tighten up your butt cheeks and don’t let anything in.” “Open your lazy... View details ⇨
When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, John Glenn quit college and enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He later enlisted as a United States Navy aviation cadet.
Glenn also flew 149 combat missions in World War II and Korea as well as flying alongside baseball legend Ted Williams. Overall, he received the Distinguished Flying Cross six times and was awarded the Air Medal with 18 award... View details ⇨
The Shark Attack...such a wonderful thing (not so much if you are on the receiving end). This is one of the best video captures of the chaos of that day I have seen in a while. Just watching their faces fills me with joy.
How does this stack up to the Shark Attack YOU received?