Props like this are regularly given to soldiers who lose their rifles. Props like this may also be hurled at said soldiers’ heads when no one is looking. It’s true, we’ve seen it. Photo courtesy of U.S Army W.T.F! Moments.
The U.S Army W.T.F! Moments Facebook page is a veritable gold mine of painfully relatable and overall ridiculous photos that Army brass probably wouldn’t want the public to see.
The site is dedicated to providing a platform for soldiers to have their voices heard via anonymously submitted emails, texts, and photos that reveal what life in the Army is actually like. We’ve taken the liberty of scanning the page and curating eight of the most hilarious and painfully accurate photos that perfectly capture the unseen reality of Army life.
Safety is the No. 1 concern of everyone in the Army not working on a deadline. All jokes aside, we all cut corners from time to time, but this is honestly one of the best worst ideas we’ve ever seen. Don’t do this unless you’re willing to die or get out of work before 1600.
Let’s set aside the fact that this soldier is pulling security on a fire extinguisher for a moment and just appreciate that somehow he got his hands on a life-sized replica of a little green Army man’s flaccid rifle.
Salmonella isn’t so bad once you’ve had it a couple times. You’ll get used to it.
You know that a whole shitstorm followed this incident. There was likely a lengthy investigation that ultimately found nothing, but several joes and NCOs were probably blamed regardless. A 24/7 security detail was likely assigned to all dumpsters in the AO. At least three different safety briefs were given on it, and most likely, an SOP was written for proper utilization of the dumpster. Tell me I’m wrong.
Considering the fact that there isn’t a disgruntled first sergeant actively trying to feed that Pikachu to this man, we’re going to go out on a limb and say that he isn’t currently serving in the active-duty Army.
The most unfortunate thing about this photo is that they were soooo close to actually flipping a tank. Better luck next time, fellas.
Fun Army Fact: A salute is typically rendered from the position of attention but can also be rendered from that weird chair at your aunt’s house.
For those who don’t know, this is one of those green beverage containers from the chow hall that typically contained drinks like coffee, orange juice, or if you were really lucky — the bubonic plague.
Eric Miller is a former Army Combat Medic from Parkersburg, West Virginia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history and has worked with homeless populations and veteran services throughout the state. He is an avid outdoorsman and has recently become interested in woodworking.
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