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‘Donkey Punch’ Takes On A Whole New Meaning

Ok, it’s a mule, but that’s still a Mk 47.

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In this Army photo by SGT Edward F French IV, a 3rd Group SF NCO participates in Mule training at Fort Bragg. Mules have long been used as pack animals in rough terrain. It’s no longer a common skill so occasionally, SF will hold a course to train its members.

20 Responses to “‘Donkey Punch’ Takes On A Whole New Meaning”

  1. straps says:

    “You might think you’re cool but you’ll never be conquering the hinterlands with a mule-mounted MK19 cool.”

  2. Evil Nadman says:

    I’m down with that kind of donkey punch.

  3. Mule with a crewserved? Awesome.

  4. Kaos-1 says:

    That mk47 is gonna end up in the dirt and the mule is gonna take off with the 40mm. The whole point of a sawbuck pack saddle is to load the weight on the sides of the animal . You can tell by its ears it’s freaking out .

  5. Dellis says:

    So does not the care and feeding of the mule offset its cargo carrying capabilities?

  6. That donkey ain’t nothin’ without a beard!

  7. Bugsy says:

    They’re stealing the artillery’s old idea of mounting a cannon on the back of a mule. It didn’t work too well, or something…..

  8. Lcon says:

    … Call me a Jack @@@ will you….

  9. Matt says:

    The Robo-Mule or Bio-Mule ??

  10. Uniform223 says:

    even with all these super highspeed computers and million dollar robotics, still cant beat the tried and true mule

  11. Cjp says:

    Mules are awesme pack animals, until you piss them off and they do the exact opposite of whatever you want. They can go from best friend to worst enemy in seconds.