Hey, I ‘like’ you, but I don’t ‘like like’ you, if you know what I mean.
What this looks at is the overwrought cry that comes after nearly every photo of a crew performing vertical ventilation,
It lies in pride, a haughtiness that gushes over with phrases of “brotherhood”, RFB-KTF and t-shirt slogans in place of proven wisdom.
How’s that pledge thing working out for you?
If a certain word defines our identity and self-worth it is vital to know how we alter such word from its true definition.
If VSP is to reduce risk of injury and death it should apply to searching for the Golden Doodle, right?
Is placing yourself at risk, or greater risk, an actual job requirement or is it merely suggestive, a part of a culture’s identity?
If twice the number of your soldiers are killed doing other duties than those engaged in combat, should you be concerned?
100 years ago? Seriously? They must have had some damn fast horses and buggies back then.
If your baseline defense is “how may fires do you run?” then your argument is weak.