The M1 Bazooka could easily be modified to fire fireworks... probably
Reynard: It seems that ordnance training wasn't too precise back then...
Jan: Hey, if it explodes, it explodes. Occam's razor ;)
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jprime 2 years ago
Wouldn't it make more sense to wait until it's dark?
Antarian_knight 2 years ago
See...to me, those look more like 81mm mortar rounds than rockets. But then, again, I don't recall any WWII era mortar with a lightable fuse...
It seems that the logistics department was going a little quick with thier label stickers and either stuck a fireworks label on a box of munitions, or a munitions label on a box of fireworks. Either way, some supply clerk somewhere is going to be in trouble.
WB101 2 years ago
OK, I think this falls under the category of... “Hey Sarge, I’ve pulled the pin from the grenade. Now whatta I do?” (Well at least some lieutenant didn’t order some private to hit it on the nose with a hammer... O_O )
Panther 2 years ago
Next strip : total fail of fireworks ^_^"
Sam Jackson 2 years ago
Seems like something that actually happened when I was in.
Ephesus 2 years ago
See, they're just testing if those rockets are SPARKLING new. Cause othewise, they'll be BANGing their heads in frustration. :3
Thisguy 2 years ago
At times like this, it’s important to follow the chain of command... as applied by Maxim #3. https://www.schlockmercenary.com/2009-11-01
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