A Fobbit, a Donkey, a MRE and a Soldier

An Army FOBBIT vs. the frontlines soldier has many more perks and food choices.

An Army Fobitt is some who never ventures out the wire has many more perks and food choices compared to the frontlines soldier.

FOBBIT \’fä-bit\, noun. Definition: A U.S. soldier stationed at a Forward Operating Base who avoids combat by remaining at the base, esp. during Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003-2011)

Did you know the MRE was adopted as the Department of Defense combat ration in 1975? A large-scale production test began in 1978 with delivery in 1981. MRE I (1981) was the first date of pack. For any of you that have eaten them for extended periods of time two things happen; you hate Fobbits for life 2) your poops are never the same.

Hard to believe but they published some of the comics I drew during my 20 year military career! These humorous musings may make you laugh or offend others, but are the result of awesome mentors, great buddies and a deep appreciation for sarcastic humor. They officially released it on Veterans Day in either paperback or eBook for Kindle or iBooks. Here is a link to get a copy if interested.

If you like this Army Fobbit comic check these out or my Comics page

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