13 Hilarious suggestions for the US Navy's new slogan
The Navy has dumped its unpopular recruiting slogan and we came up with some funnier replacements the service definitely won’t use.
Gone is the “Global force for good,” a five-year-old slogan that hasn’t been popular with many sailors, admirals, or the public at large, reported the Navy Times.
To fill the void, The Times created a contest allowing people to submit their slogans. While people submitting to the contest are expected to offer serious entries, the WATM team thought up some lighthearted versions, along with a little help from this Reddit thread and from the S–t My LPO Says Facebook page.
Sure galley food is not the best food, but it’s better than MREs.
Prepare to see a lot of grey.
Like prison, sailors can get a little nutty being cooped up on a boat for long stretches of time.
You can’t have fun trolling the Navy without a Top Gun reference. Here’s Ice Man:
There’s ugly, then there’s Army ugly.
The Navy is notorious for having long lines for everything.
Sailors have the most uniforms and the least amount of space to store them in.
Well, they didn’t say it was glamorous.
Add a little alcohol and things can escalate very quickly.
This is a play on midrats, you know, the food they serve between dinner and breakfast.
Before joining, stop to consider that the world is 75 percent water.
The struggle is real.
Always, always, avoid working parties.
While these are, of course, all tongue-in-cheek suggestions, if you’d like to submit a real slogan for consideration, click here to go to the Navy Times contest.
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