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Operational Detachment Source – Cap Trooper T-Shirt

“Young people from all over the globe are joining up to fight for the future.
They’re doing their part. Are you? Join the Mobile Infantry and save the world. Service guarantees citizenship.”

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Real “Cap Troopers” falling from the sky to reek havoc on an unexpecting alien civilization. The only good bug is a dead bug!

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This T-shirt is now available for pre-order.

Original Art by Righteous Duke Designs

www.opdsource.com/ODS-Drop-Trooper-T-Shirt

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9 Responses to “Operational Detachment Source – Cap Trooper T-Shirt”

  1. Chris says:

    Fantastic book.

    • OpDSource says:

      One of my favorites. The original shirt design had “On the Bounce” on it, but it went over the heads of a great many.

  2. AbnMedOps says:

    I always get the shakes before a drop.

  3. Airborne_fister says:

    I don’t know what’s worse. When you stand up and your knees are shaking or the fact that your knees are shaking and you hit turbulence and it throws you into your bro-skies. They get all mad the cherry has his pies broken before you even exit the aircraft. But the best is when your in a rotary wing (aka helicopter) and you flip around backwards and can see the pilots shaking their heads cuz your dumb ass decided to “jump out of a perfectly good aircraft.)

  4. Jack Griffin says:

    Cool theme but the graphic should be that of a 6′ tall, 165 lbs. infantry guy wearing all the soul-sucking kit required by those that have never been forced to IMT in it. Bonus if side plates and DAPs. No plate carriers allowed.

    Mobile infantry don’t get panos. They get plastic cap dual cell PVS-14s.

    • OpDSource says:

      Ha, no doubt man. With a few dudes puking down their shirts in the background. We were trying to go for a bit different feel though. Maybe we will do up something else to embrace the suck that is Static Line.

    • Joe says:

      Heck, while we’re here it should be a poor 0311 stuffed in an AAV7. “Mobile Infantry” and “Fleet” were just pseudonyms for Marine Corps and Navy.