8 best examples of nonsensical 'military logic'
Military logic is like military intelligence; it seems like an oxymoron until you realize it just follows its own — very weird — rules.
But sometimes, there’s just no way to read the rules that makes sense, and you’re left with these eight moments:
1. Just going to break these new boots in before we get into contact …
2. In the Air Force’s defense, airmen have a better history of success with planes than dates.
3. Come on, he left the pin in it.
4. In their defense, every bag that wasn’t laid out was inevitably incomplete on target.
5. What they really mean is that it’s too simple to make a good evaluation bullet.
6. Oh, the quaint old days when the jets cost only $70 million.
7. What if a truck comes by and can’t see the soldiers in their fancy camouflage?
8. Long drives are dangerous, that’s why you should only do them in large convoys at night in tactical conditions.
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