[Some jokes =
about sergeants in remembrance of my dad, Tech Sgt. Robert E Griffin, =
Sr. (1918-1999), who served in Army Air Corps on a boat in the =
Philippines in WWII]
sergeant growled at the young soldier, "I didn’t see you at =
camouflage training this morning."
"Thank you very =
much," replied the private.
A sergeant was =
addressing a squad of 25 men and said: "I have a nice easy job for =
the laziest man here. Put up your hand if you think you’re the =
24 men raised their hands, and the sergeant asked the =
other man why he didn’t raise his hand.
The man replied: "Too =
much trouble raising the hand, Sarge."
training exercises, the sergeant who was driving down a muddy back road =
encountered another jeep stuck in the mud with a red-faced Colonel at =
"Your jeep stuck, sir?" asked the sergeant as =
he pulled alongside.
"Nope," replied the colonel, coming =
over and handing him the keys. "Yours =
sergeant had just chewed out one of the privates in his platoon, and as =
he was walking away, he turned to him and said, “I guess when I =
die you’ll come and dance on my grave.”
The private =
replied, “Not me, Sarge, no way! I promised myself that when =
I got out of the Army I’d never stand in another =
Dr Bob Griffin =
Knows Me, This I Love!"