An Australian Army soldier from The 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment Reconnaissance Platoon shouts instructions during a break contact drill conducted at the Pohakuloa training area for Exercise Rim of the Pacific 2016.


But but but I simply discovered a Mewtwo! Extremely accurate. 160 people leopard crawling through mud cause some lid couldn't keep his hsit in his pocket thanks to pokemon go. PRIVATE CUNT. FTFY ...



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  • But but but I just found a Mewtwo!
  • Very accurate. 160 people leopard crawling through mud cause some lid couldn't keep his hsit in his pocket thanks to pokemon go.
  • PRIVATE CUNT. FTFY
  • ^ This is probably way more accurate
  • Don't worry, he's not mad. If he used the term "mate" on the other hand...
  • Champ....
  • "You wanted to see me, boss?" "yeah, take a seat champ." oh fuuuuuuck.
  • Is he in a fishtank?
  • Green smoke Edit: upon further inspection, that's an aquarium and he is a level 3 super scuba.
  • This can't be PTA. There aren't enough sharp, ankle breaking, tire shredding lava rocks all over the place. Also, don't take any of the lava rocks home.
  • I still have nightmares about trying to run up there.. CANT BREATHE OH GOD. It made up for the lack of oxygen by being horrifically cold and windy though so there's that.
  • There's also the scary convoy back down the mountain driving a loaded 5-Ton. Don't brake too much or you'll glaze the brakes and die. Edit: Looking at the satellite pictures, they've done quite a bit of work on Saddle Road. The road now runs along what used to be the backside of the PTA installation. Saddle road also doesn't run along Lightning Trail anymore. Too bad.
  • My favorite was the improperly secured generator in the back of my HMMWV that scooted an inch further into the canvas covered cab every time the 5 ton in front of me scrub braked. I do not miss Pleasure Town, America.
  • Also, don't take any of the lava rocks home. Why not? Is it due to scarcity?
  • It's a superstition that if you take the rocks home that you will be cursed with bad luck. It's obviously not true, but it's more like a self-fulfilling prophesy. Knew one guy that took some back to Schofield after an FTX on PTA. We screwed with him and told him about the curse but he took some home anyway. Within a week of getting back he nearly broke his wrist then got into a small car accident. Was it the curse? No, but he was sufficiently sketched out that he sent the rocks back with the next unit heading back to PTA. It does help to explain that the guy this happened to was a pretty clumsy guy, so these things would have happened no matter what. Edit: the rocks aren't scarce at all. The island is made of lava rock.
  • What if the guy he sent the rocks with said "Na mate, I chucked that piss off at the Pacific crikey bloody quick ya wanker." He would still be cursed.
  • It's illegal for starters. Then you have the ancient Hawaiian mythological gods, specifically Pele who supposedly curses those who take her possessions from the islands.
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