A Lucky Aviation Rescue Swimmer

a Navy rescue swimmer forgets to unstrap his gunners belt and gets lucky

In the excitement of conducting a rescue, a Navy aviation rescue swimmer forgets to unstrap his gunner’s belt and nearly gets hurt. Not the brightest thing to do, and makes you wonder how out of 100,000 sperm he was the fastest to get to his mother’s egg. Anyways this inspired what I think is a funny T-shirt and coffee cup as well in the “shop” I just set up with other stuff.

A rescue swimmer trying to get to the egg.

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Hard to believe but they published some of the comics I drew during my 20-year military career, which included five years as a Navy aviation rescue swimmer! 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.


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