Should the Marines wear dirtier uniforms?
Yes, says Capt. Jason Topshe, in an article in the 'Marine Corps Gazette' that is probably giving sergeants major heart attacks everywhere.
Yes, says Capt. Jason Topshe, in an article in the Marine Corps Gazette that is probably giving sergeants major heart attacks everywhere. “Drill, saluting, crisp uniforms and rank structure are products of first generation warfare and are irrelevant and sometimes detrimental to operating on the modern battlefield.”
Speaking of dirty uniforms, an Air Force colonel was charged with a raftload of offenses including forcible rape. And taking an obscene selfie whilst in his uniform.
Meantime, a former commander of the Ranger regiment was slapped for excessive excesses.
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