What is one of the best prank's you have either done, or heard of someone doing. Late one night while in Iraq 05', and training the Iraqi Army, we had our medic call in from our CP. She spoke with the SFC who was the RTO that night and told him that we found out what was wrong with our radio. We had her say that it was a simple fix and we only need some "B-A eleven hundred November's and some S-T Rings" Well this guy says "stand by" and went looking. About an hour or so later he surprisingly calls us back and said that he woke up 1SG who didnt have any and that he didnt know where they were and said to check with supply. He woke up supply and went digging through the connex of course to no avail... So we told him roger and we ended the transmissions, laughing our butts off of course. Well the next morning the OIC of our group, a MAJ, walks out of his door upon our return and sternly said, "you, you and you, COME HERE, RIGHT NOW!!" Thinking the worst of it, we walked in and stood at attention. He sits down across from us and pulls out a piece of paper. It was the 1594 from the night prior showing that this idiot actually LOGGED IN the BALLOONS and STRINGS... smh he busted out laughing and we all just lost it... funniest thing ever.<br>
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<img title="SSG" alt=" [login to see] _armyssg" src="https://d26horl2n8pviu.cloudfront.net/ranks/images/000/000/007/small/ [login to see] _armyssg.png? [login to see] " height="26"><div class="clear"></div><div class="clear"></div><div class="question_description"><div id="comment_43636"><div id="collapsed_content_43636"> PRIVATE!!!!! 1SG WANTS AN EXHAUST SAMPLE IN HIS OFFICE TIME NOW! PUT A TRASH BAG OVER THE MUFFLER LET IT INFLATE THEN TIE IT OFF AND RUN IT TO HIS OFFICE , DONT KNOCK ON HIS DOOR YOU WILL LOOSE THE SAMPLE, JUST WALK IN AND OPEN IT THEN GO TO PARADE REST WHILE HE MAKES HIS DECISION. <br>(this has worked twice for me eventhough im the one who paid the price.)</div></div></div>
Back when we were still wearing BDUs we had a fresh Private (E1) standing off by himself in one of the classrooms listening in to all the other soldiers laughing and telling stories about previous deployments. One of the older Corporals looked over at the Private and asked him where his rank was on his collar. The Private stated he didn't have any rank because he was only an E1. The Corporal lead him to believe that there were sew on camo squares that E1s were supposed to wear in place of their rank so they could be easily identified. Needless to say, the Private spent the next two hours arguing with the Supply Sergeant about how he really needed his camo patches before he gave up.
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