A Must-See Film; The Duffel Blog Reviews “A Day Without A First Sergeant”


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Sounds like an Instant Classic. 

The rest of the film then explores the catastrophic consequences of life without the entire 8999 MOS. Most of the film is seen from the perspective of Lance Corporal Karl Powers, an 0351 Assaultman who is left in charge after all the corporals and sergeants disappear to chase down a group of UA Marines who can’t be sent to the brig because no one knows how to do the paperwork.

The movie ends in a post-apocalyptic orgy of burning barracks, alcohol abuse, and Grand Theft Auto, commonly-known in the Marine Corps as a “96.”

I am sure you can find it on DVD and Blu-Ray, so the Lance Coconuts on restriction can watch it when they finish cleaning the shitters for the fifth time.

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3 responses to “A Must-See Film; The Duffel Blog Reviews “A Day Without A First Sergeant”

  1. BWAhahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can’t wait to see it!

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  2. Brad, only a Marine could post that one. The mere thought of Top and Sgts Major suddenlt being absent is a deep shame to the misguided chillens.

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