Over here at headquarters company the 59 VETERANS PROJECT has been extremely busy getting our act together and our 782 Gear ready for the launch of our project to help veterans learn and obtain careers in 3D photography and videography. But all work and no play isn’t good for anyone, unless of course you work at one of our beautiful 59 national parks!
However, the work we’re doing seeks volunteers and participants and the support of all Americans who appreciate our veterans and men and women in uniform. So please tell your friends about us, leave us a like and a comment here, and visit our headquarters company online. Here: http://www.59veterans.com
But before doing all this, scroll on down and enjoy some great military humor we’ve compiled to help usher in another week of summer in America!
MILITARY HUMOR IN UNIFORM:
A drill sergeant at training camp told his recruits: “Today, I have good news and bad news. First the good news: Private Morgan will be setting the pace on the morning sun.”
The men were overjoyed because Morgan was fat and slow. Then the drill sergeant added: “Now the bad news: Private Morgan will be riding a motorcycle.”
Trying out a new army computer, an officer typed in a question: “How far is it from the mess room to the sentry box?”
The computer replied: “Six hundred.”
The officer typed: “Six hundred what?”
The computer replied: “Six hundred, sir!”
A cargo plane was preparing for departure from Thule Air Base in Greenland, and they were waiting for the truck to arrive to pump out the aircraft’s sewage tank.
The aircraft commander was becoming impatient. Not only was the truck late, but also the airman performing the job was extremely slow in getting the tank pumped out.
Finally the commander snapped and promised to punish the airman for his slowness.
The airman replied: “Sir, I have no stripes, it is twenty below zero, I’m stationed in Greenland, and I am pumping sewage out of airplanes. Just what are you going to do to punish me!”