These 11 funny military vids will make you wish Vine wasn't going away forever

October 2016 signals the end of the six-second social video service Vine. Six seconds was not a lot of time, but it was just enough time for Vine to burrow its way into our hearts – but just not far enough to stay in business.

Members of the military used Vine to offer a glimpse into military life and culture. These are 11 perfect examples of the military humor on Vine.

1. This is probably how all Marines feel when dealing with airmen.


From Vine user Lil Buckshot

2. A Brit in the U.S. Army should be prepared to have their Drill Sergeant Vine their history lesson.


From Vine user SFC Holy Fing Shit

3. MARPAT makes a great turtle costume.


From Vine user Chris S.

4. If people watching airborne operations didn’t have this song in their head before, they will now.


From Vine user TheJordanBell

5. Reality is not the best recruiting tool.


From Vine User Zane Orion

6. There are too many steps to remember in grenade tossing.


From Vine User Beaz

7. If you have a job where you wear a uniform, at least that uniform is badass.


From Vine user Lil Buckshot

8. Budgeting is the key to a successful household.


From Vine user MorHooahthanU

9. As if the Coast Guard wasn’t already busy enough.


From Vine user SirToodles

10. Every base has that one guy.


From Vine user Will Thurman

11. Being an L-T among enlisted people must feel like Basic Training until they make O-3.


From Vine user SFC Holy Fing Shit
 

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