Author: Rick |
October 20, 2011 |
In: High-Res, Photo of the Day
former Blus Angel Pilots? sweet
Okay, I'll talk some smack.
The Navy is great, but as we learned on D-Day, you can pound the shit out of installations with shells, rockets and bombs, but ultimately it ALWAYS comes down to a guy pulling the trigger on a rifle, and Marines notwithstanding, the Army does that better than the Navy. The Army is centered around combat arms, while I maintain that the Navy is not.
I used to date a girl whose dad had been a sailor during Vietnam, and we always had a friendly rivalry about it. He would make fun of me for being in the Army, and my best comeback was when I said, "I know you Navy guys sew a name tape over the hip pocket of your trousers, right? Is that so the Marine knows your name when he bends you over?"
as a former Marine myself and the taker of many salior's butthole virginities, I agree with Frankilin.
as it is proved war after war the ground forces always have to finish the job
yeah the ground troops get the war started and in almost all cases finish the wars. i dont know a grunt or super grunt (i.e. spec ops or SF) that doesnt thank God for that guy in the sky that rains down the pain when the ground troop is in a bind. and a funny thought i always had is that the Navy has THE BEST pilots in the military and some could say the best planes.
takes a lot of talent and precision to land a plane at 120+ onto a pitching deck trying to grab the number 3 wire which stops you in less than 50 yards. All of the U.S. pilots I have the utmost respect for. just it takes extra effort after a long flight to land in a pitch black rainy night
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