Monday, February 11, 2013

Top 10 US Military Slogans:

10. We don't like collateral damage, but it helps to stay the @#$% out of our way.

9. Total destruction in 30 minutes or the next one is free.

8. Often mistaken for the Wrath of God.

7. We kill foreigners so you don't have to.

6. If everything is exploding around you, that's probably us.

5. Dictator got you down? Ask about our new "regime change" policy!

4. Just point at what you want dead.

3. Trying to win hearts and minds, but willing to splatter them if necessary.

2. When it absolutely positively has to be destroyed overnight.

1. We're from the Government, and we're here to kill you.

Hat Tip Theospark.


Steve: The Lightning Man said...

When I was still in we said Be All You Can Stand, as well as Be All They'll Let You Be.

Old NFO said...

Heh... Good ones! :-)

Fredd said...

Would you like a side order of 'shock and awe' with that?

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

"As you sleep ......"

LL said...

I think that those all come from prior to the establishment of the Obama Regime.

Not they include - "These colors would clash on anyone. Don't they have dress uniforms in pink?"

Opus #6 said...

LL, lol! I am living in the past, to be sure. And I pray our military will be great one day again.

Kid said...

I think #2 is an actual slogan of the Marines.

Man, some dedicated guys doing a thankless job. I read a story today about the SEAL who fired the kill shot on osammi dim ladle being practically destitute. Retired some # of months before the 20 years so he could collect a good pension. Seriously?

But this is the libtard way.

And it is extra sad because if he could be identified, I'd send the guy some money.

Kid said...

PS - as long as you're talking about military, check this guy out who got received a Medal of Honor today. Wow.

edutcher said...

They originated when the Army finally went to a better recruiting slogan than, "An Army Of One", another of Eric Shinseki's brainstorms.

Kid said...

I think #2 is an actual slogan of the Marines.

Nope, Rangers.

OIFVet said...


(note: Army, NOT Marines; they get it all funky with "Hoo-ah")