Airdrop - Theater 2, Act 2, Scene 2

Paratrooping out of a B-17 is normal.  It's efficient!


Jan: I often wonder what happens to air drops that land away from where they're supposed to.  Finders keepers?


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12 comments

  • jprime

    jprime 3 weeks ago

    So is this going to be the only Play in this Theater?

  • antarian_knight

    antarian_knight 3 weeks ago

    Ah. Now I see the reason behind the bomber. And yes, actually, some special units did use bombers as transports, usually as camouflage for their drop.

    And I love that the turtle stole their jeep, and the shark and dolphin stole their burgers. I love it.

  • Zebak Longfang

    Zebak Longfang 3 weeks ago

    Thats my turtle!! Atta, boy! Floor it!

  • Spyro of Warfang

    Spyro of Warfang 3 weeks ago

    Welp. Time to get creative. Maybe their parachutes can help 'em accomplish the rest of their mission somehow?

  • Shockwave07

    Shockwave07 3 weeks ago

    They forgot the kitchen sink.

  • Panther

    Panther 3 weeks ago

    Maybe they have still the gas tank and the chest (second panel) ? Adapt and survive ^_^"

    OUCH Third panel : real groin injury XD

  • Vawkis

    Vawkis 3 weeks ago

    Not to ruin the funny but, soldiers then have to quickly march to where the supplies dropped, so the enemy doesn't get a hold of it

  • MviluUatusun

    MviluUatusun 3 weeks ago

    Well, if anybody has any questions as to where they landed, the Torii gate is a dead giveaway. Love the hamburgers, caution cone, tire, and anchor as cargo for the soldiers to use.

  • Panther

    Panther 3 weeks ago

    @ MviluUatusun :

    It's items to induce gags ^_^

  • Spyro of Warfang

    Spyro of Warfang 3 weeks ago

    Welp, guess their equipment got lost in the drop. :P

    Hopefully they can find some use for their parachutes for the rest of this mission, 'cause it's all they've got.

  • WB101

    WB101 2 weeks ago

    Uh-oh. A turtle made it to the jeep!

    And that B-17's bomb bay doors seem a bit... long-ish? Also can't say I've ever heard of a jeep being dropped from one.
    But anywho... if they didn't want someone "borry'in" the jeep, they shoulda dropped it with a guard/driver behind the wheel. First rule of being responsible for a jeep... NEVER leave it unattended.

    P.S. And that don't look like K-rations ta me... ;)

  • Panther

    Panther 1 week ago

    @ WB101 :

    The K-rations have K-raté ^_^"

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