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Drowning Navy officer miraculously saved by his inflated ego

by Cat Astronaut November 18, 2017, 7:00 AM SAN DIEGO — Naval officer and self-described “warrior-scholar” Lt. Mark Chadwick was saved from drowning by his massively inflated ego throughout a coaching train earlier this week, sources confirmed. Bystanders declare that after Chadwick fell overboard he instantly condescended not solely to the rescue workforce but in

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Military to re-design troopers’ uniforms on annual foundation

PENTAGON — After weighing overwhelming suggestions from active-duty troopers against expensive uniform modifications, the US Military has determined to revamp its present uniform on an annual foundation, sources confirmed immediately. “We’ve got a major problem with stolen valor, and this may stop fakers from maintaining with altering uniforms,” Daniel A. Dailey, Sergeant Main of the

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Military to re-design troopers’ uniforms on annual foundation

PENTAGON — After weighing overwhelming suggestions from active-duty troopers against pricey uniform adjustments, the US Military has determined to revamp its present uniform on an annual foundation, sources confirmed right now. “We’ve a major problem with stolen valor, and this may stop fakers from maintaining with altering uniforms,” Daniel A. Dailey, Sergeant Main of the

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Jacksonville tattoo parlor celebrates 1000th backwards EGA

by Kate C November 5, 2017, 7:00 AM JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — Streamers fell from the ceiling and a magnum of Pabst Blue Ribbon was popped as Blind Bomber Tattooing celebrated their 1000th backwards Eagle, Globe and Anchor being tattooed Saturday night. The fortunate recipient was Marine Corps Pvt. Denny McClusky, a slightly-drunk Bulk Gasoline Specialist new

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Sergeant Main invitations Taylor Swift to Marine Corps Birthday Ball

by She-Ra November 7, 2017, 7:00 AM SAN DIEGO — Following within the footsteps of quite a few junior Marines, Sgt. Maj. Tom Randall just lately posted a YouTube video asking singer Taylor Swift to the Marine Corps ball, sources confirmed at the moment. “Whats up Miss Swift. On November 10, 1775, a Corps of