Then there all those military words that make you wonder.
Why is a group of foot soldiers called an army instead of a leggy?
Shouldn't the army infantry be called the army adultery?
Did you ever see a marine at a marina?
In the navy, is a portly person left-handed?
How do we know navy comes from naval instead of navel?
Does the air force specialize in forced air?
Why doesn't the military call missiles 'hittiles' instead?
Is a fortress a fort without any guns sticking out?
Is a casualty someone dressed in sweat shirt and jeans?
What do the British think an arsenal is?
Does it seem reasonable for a soldier to be a medic?
How come an army private doesn't get any privacy?
Does an army major get demoted to a minor?
Does an army general do anything specific?
Aren't guys in the navy basically water boys?
Why do privates eat in the general mess and generals eat in the private mess?
Was George Washington a revolting general?
In a theater of war, at the scene of a battle, when they stage an attack in an act of war, wouldn't they expect
the enemy to play dead?