LT fuckups Lets hear em.
One fine day we were doing convoy and mout town training with the MPs. In this scenario second vehicle gets blown up so we gotta provide dismounted security for the other mechs to hook up the tow bar and get the second vic outta there. Well while this was happening we started to receive fire from up the hill and the send a fireteam up the hill to send rounds back and this pvt decides too lay prone behind a humvee. I guess using it for cover. Im facing the village at our twelve o’clock and hes watching the huts to our 9 o clock. Where the fire is now coming from. Well our LT gets a wild hair up his ass that he wants that humvee that the pvt is laying behind moved and shouts to move it. Well we cant cause everyone is busy returning fire and he didnt say where he wanted it moved. So after three seconds of everyone looking at him for more info he says fuck it and hops in himself. He starts the humvee and it was like watching slow motion as he starts to backup. Everyone in the area starts yelling for him to stop but by the time he hears us its too late. Hes run over the pvts foot. Hes lucky it wasnt his head our his torso and i cant remember if the foot was a break or a sprain but i remember doc had to cut his boot off. And chief and the LT bought him a steak dinner to apologize. And i only saw the pvt once after that when was walking again the put him in a different unit.
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