7 reasons why active duty hate on reservists
The military is divided into two groups: The hardcore, active-duty troops and the weekend warriors we've come to know as reservists.
We're all on the same team, but the rivalry between active duty and reservists can be just as intense as inter-branch rivalries. Working together can be freakin' tough.
Check out these seven reasons why active duty hate on reservists
7. They expect the same respect when you run into one of them.
Not every command has a reservist unit attached, so running into one is rare. But when you do, it's jarring. Since we wear the same uniform, they expect to be treated like any other trooper.
Except they only
train drill work show up two days a month and want to be seen as if they're the tip of the spear.
Please, don't let me deploy.
6. Your office always looks like sh*t on Monday mornings.
Reservist use your office space when they finally make it into work. It becomes theirs and there's nothing you can do about it.
5. It feels like a stranger is living in your house one weekend per month.
They sit at your desk, use your computer, eat at your table, and you'll never get to know them.
4. Most of them are out of shape.
That is all.
Well, active duty does.
3. They're their own storytellers.
Reservists always want you to know they were once on active duty... every single time they see you.
2. Weekend warriors always think they're tactical.
They buy their own tact gear, but don't know how to use it — or if they even need it.
You sure are, pal.
1. You're not allowed to touch the "reservist stuff" in your own office space. WTF?
They leave their belongings for their next time they
train drill work decide show up and you have to sit with it all month long.
Bonus: Some even try to give you notes on how they think you should run your unit.
Can you think of any others? Comment below.