8 photos of terrifying knife hands in action
All military service members dread the ominous “knife-hand” when being addressed by a superior as it usually means they are being corrected or some sort of discipline is soon to follow. Below are the 8 images designed to awaken your greatest fears:
1. Recruits are quickly introduced to knife hands
2. A loud verbal correction often accompanies a knife hand to maximize effect
3. The knife hand extends across all branches of service
4. A knife hand can be used to correct a trainee’s salute
5. Knife hands come in handy while testifying before Congress
6. A four-star knife hand is exceptionally attention-getting
7. Even “poolies” can get a taste of the knife hand
8. There are knife hands and then there are Merhle from ‘The Walking Dead’ knife hands
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