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I Think The Air Force Would Authorize This


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9 Responses to “I Think The Air Force Would Authorize This”

  1. Gizmo says:

    Then ban them for the same reason schools did haha

  2. Tim says:

    Tactical slap bracelets

  3. Rich says:

    Maybe the Air Force will adopt it but I’m sure the Army already has. The poor soldiers I worked with on my last deployment had to wear reflective belts and eye pro off duty….

    • contractor says:

      Yeah the stuff I hear from the dudes who just got out is chilling. Sounds horrible.

    • RJ says:

      Back in ’12, the Army DFAC (forgot the name of it) in Bagram required eyepro when eating… Started when the Big Red 1 moved in, true f*cking story!

  4. defensor fortismo says:

    If it’s Costa wouldn’t it be more of a coast guard thing?

  5. Bombdoc says:

    The before acceptance, Air Force would require that the bracelet be stealthy, and be able to interface with the F-35, F-22, B-2, ultizing Link-16, Facebook, and MySpace. It must also be capable of detecting if the wearer is being subjected to a hostile work environment and/or is not feeling “resilient”. The program will be run by a succession of 12 project managers who will randomly add requirements,pushing the per-unit cost to $12,479. The project will ultimately be cancelled because no one realized that reflective colors are considered sacred to a small tribe of Finnish dwarves living in the artic circle, thereby making the bracelets culturally insensitive.