Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The five most dangerous things in the Army


Found at AR15.com:




I always thought the most dangerous critter in the world was a newly-minted Second Lieutenant with a map, a compass and a plan . . . but these five aren't bad!



Peter

5 comments:

Fred Simons said...

By far the most dangerous of the five is the second one, "A sergeant saying 'Trust me, sir...'".
Believe me. Been there, done that, and my blood ran cold just reading it. And remembering...

mostly cajun said...

Most dangerous thing in the oilfield is a Cajun with a water hose.

Most dangerous thing in the factory is an engineer with a new catalog.

MC

Chris said...

My experience as a lieutenant (US Army, 1973-77) squares with Fred's. As in when the brigade commander strolled into my office and asked why some of my trainees were up on a telephone pole splicing wires. "Top! Please fill in COL Sullivan on your latest."

Old NFO said...

LOL, love the last one!!!

Donald Sensing said...

Or a 2d lieutenant saying, "According to the map . . ."