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Weekend Safety Brief 25AUG2017

Gather up heathens – I have a headache and I don’t want to have to yell too loud.

Meach! Go get SGT P and tell him to waterboard you until you turn over the compasses that you stole from the PACFLT guys. They really need them. Who puts a lieutenant in charge of navigation at night anyway?

So this week has been a clusterfuck of epic proportions. There has been some good news, and some bad news.

It looks like a shitload of you are about to go back over to Afghaniblamistan for stability operations. That sucks. But the good news is that it looks like the SECDEF has convinced the POTUS that we are only effective with the gloves off. So hopefully that means that you are gonna be able to get some like it was the first month in Iraq during 2003. *SIGH* that was good times boys. I miss it.

In other news, North Korea is still talking shit, and Basra in Iraq is in a state of near civil war. Imagine that. Oh – and suddenly the UN thinks that the Coalition in Syria should back off of Raqqa because of possible collateral damage. I have news for them – when we liberate a city (event through proxies) we liberate the SHIT out of it. You can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs – and other clichés that I am too tired to remember.

If you are out and about, don’t be complacent. Terrorists, ANTIFA scumbags, apparently Nazis now, and just creepers with submarines and a predilection for drawing and quartering people are out there and active. If you see a protest – leg it the fuck out of there. If you are in Europe – beware of Concerts…. Jes sayin.Shop Now Banner

Roll in fire teams.

Don’t drink and drive – I only drink to make other people more interesting.

Don’t beat your wife – unless she is into that shit.

Don’t beat your dog – unless… ewww – stop, you sick fucks.

Don’t do drugs.

SGT P, did he tell you were those compasses are?

See you sorry lot at 0600 for PT on Monday.

Platoon Sergeants take charge of your troops.


E. Michael Davis II, OMar, CPP, 1SG USA (Ret) served nearly 25 years in the United States Army as a Military Police Investigator. His work focused on Investigations, Anti/Counter-Terrorism Operations, Police Special Operations, Intelligence Operations and Force Protection with multiple Joint and Combined Commands. The impact of his work spanned the spectrum from tactical actions to strategic planning and engagement. In this capacity, he worked closely with nearly every security and law enforcement agency of the United States government, as well as dozens of police, security and intelligence agencies of friendly foreign governments. He experienced multiple combat tours in the Gulf War, Bosnia, Afghanistan, and three tours in Iraq. He is a recipient of two Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart amongst many other awards and honors. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Military History, Graduate Certificate in Terrorism Studies and Master's Degree in Post 1945 Military History from the American Military University - all with honors. He is still active in the anti/counter-terrorism community as well as a freelance author, historian and blogger.

2 comments on “Weekend Safety Brief 25AUG2017

  1. Terry Poynter

    just for general knowledge, a Lt in the Navy is a Captain in any other branch. a Capt in the Navy is a Colonel in any other branch.

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