The following is a point/counterpoint debate between two Army privates trying to decipher what the hell their battalion sergeant major is actually saying to them during a battalion liberty brief.
Private First Class Aaron Singh: The SgtMaj always sounds like some kind of silverback gorilla flinging poo at us. Did you hear what he just said? I sure as hell don’t understand a word. “Disturbeding trendency?” Does he even speaky Engrish? Read more
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The sun burns down with scorching breath As trudging men seek out their death Which lies ahead. In single file They hump the jungle, mile on mile In halting, cautious tread. The fuzz-cheeked leader up ahead Guides them on.
The heavy packs] Rub and chafe their aching backs The wet boots suck from clinging mud And rub great blisters full of blood On swollen feet. The thrill is gone!
This was shared on Google Plus by an Iraq War veteran.
Although there’s no direct reference to the military many of the things this video touches on are part of the military’s fabric. The words spoken are geared toward anybody/everyone and should be heard by all. Enjoy!