antarian_knight 1 year ago
NOW the Americans see what is going on. Though...I think perhaps they may need to invest in some better firefighting gear, if they are using super soakers.
Vengence for the flag!!!
jprime 1 year ago
So they're gonna ride those dolphins all the way back to Japan?
U/T the deep sea diving tiger (AKA Navarre) 1 year ago
I am in a quandary here.We must protect our American flag.But.........we got guys in dive suits and scuba gear. I just can't help myself.
Panther 1 year ago
First panel : the soldiers have great hope to try to extinguish the fire with such items ^_^"
MviluUatusun 1 year ago
It took me a second to realize the pandas had the American flag. Don't know why unless I'm more tired than I thought. However, vengeance is bearing down on them. Big time!
LionkingCMSL 1 year ago
I have used a super soaker to put out a fire IRL. Granted it was a small grass fire started by some embers from a fire pit, but the super soaker did the job. :=3
Navarre can attest to the above story, as he was there. :=3
Ephesus 1 year ago
This, my friends, is why you don't remive your disguise until you're *wayyyy* out of visual range!...or not. If there's a delay before the enemy realizes they were bamboozled, they might be even angrier with you afterwards and bring out the big guns (more than they already are).
@ MviluUatusun :
It's pandas or tanukis ?
@MviluUatusun @Panther It's definitely tanukis.
WB101 1 year ago
Panel 1: I’ll go make my own firefighting equipment... with blackjack and hoo... oh wait. O_o
Panel 2: Wouldn’t it have been easier to take the flag off the pole? Just saying. And don’t forget that right turn at Java.
Panel 3: And the corporal says “I’ll get you next time Tanukis. Next time!”
@ Jprime :
That's what i thought
@ WB101 :
Two bars is sergeant , not corporal . No ?
@Panther Unless I’ve gotten senile, in the US Army it goes no stripe = Private, 1 stripe = Private First Class, 2 stripes = Corporal, 3 stripes = Sergeant, and then you start saluting the folks with brass on their epaulets.
U/T Tiger AKA Navarre 1 year ago
I'm guessing you didn't like my comment?
@ WB101 :
Ah , it's not the same than in France : 1 stripe is corporal , 2 is sergeant and three is chief sergeant ; then we salute from sergeant to above
Antarian_knight 1 year ago
@WB101: Close, though you left out the senior NCO ranks, with rockers or loops under thier chevrons. During WWII, the ranks went Sergeant (Three chevrons), staff sergeant (3 plus one rocker), Technical Sergeant (3 plus two rockers), then master sergeant (3 plus three rockers) and first sergeant (Master sergeant with a diamond in the center).
Technically speaking, there were also technicians, which were like command ranks, but with a T under the chevrons, and warrant officers, who were between the senior NCOs and command officers as well, but almost nobody remembers them.
@Antarian_knight Actually, I was just trying to keep it brief (for once), but you are correct. Early in the war, Technician ranks replaced the prior used Specialist ranks, though some Technicians retained their specialty symbols in place of the “T”. As for Warrants, they work in officer country, thus deserve their salute. Also just wanted to say... it was not my intention to slight or belittle senior NCOs, Warrants, or the other Officer ranks. Those folks put in the time and effort to earn those rockers, rounded bars, etc., thus deserve their due respect.
Hello 1 year ago
I'm surprised that super soaker didn't have lighter fluid or something of that matter in it
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