9 troops who showed up to work and didn't have a good day

Life in the military can be rougher than you think. From the tough training we receive to all the complicated gear we get to play with — it’s all in a day’s work.

As impressive and cool-looking as the military may seem on the surface, there are some pretty nasty spills and mistakes endured on the road to becoming the experts.

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So, check out nine troops who showed up to work and didn’t have a good day. We’ve all been there!

9. You just need to find that sweet spot that can put any hard charger on the floor.

He forgot to yell “Marine Corps” after striking. (Image via Giphy)

8. He woke up at 0500 just to be hanging outside of plane by 0600.

This gives the term “hanging by a thread” a new meaning. (Image via Giphy)

7. All he wanted to do was get some shut-eye before heading back to work.

He should just be able to walk it off. (Image via Giphy)

6. You got it! Almost there. Just a few more steps. Damn.

Maybe next time. (Image via Giphy)

5. A direct shot to the gut will screw up anyone’s day.

We bet he won’t stand there ever again. (Image via Giphy)

4. This troop forgot to yell “Kobe!” before completely wiping out.

Look for his new shoes, “Air Mohammed,” hitting stores soon. (Image via Giphy)

3. One poor soul got his jewels manhandled while another got tasered. Just an ordinary day in the Air Force.

If she’s going down, she’s taking everyone with her. (Image via Giphy)

2. We don’t think these guys are allowed to park here…but there isn’t a sign saying they can’t.

How many times do I have to tell you, we’re not stopping for burgers, Carl. (Image via Giphy)

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1. This Russian troop gets run over by four large tires and walks away — probably to the ER.

Guys, that totally didn’t hurt. (Image via Giphy)

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