Humour Hunt

August 19, 2014 by Legion Magazine

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John Richardson of Calgary tells us of a sergeant majorly order that, he says, was meant in all seriousness.

It was at the 1st Commonwealth Division’s Korean War battle school at Hara Mura, Japan, in 1953, where Richardson, after a tour with 1 Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, was an instructor. Sugar Co. was on parade and the company sergeant-major (CSM) was checking on haircuts and scrutinizing backs.

“Digger, do you know you`ve got an oil spot on the back of your shirt?” the CSM barked.

“Naow, sir,” said the Australian.

“Well get around here on the double and look for yourself,” the CSM shouted.

 

 

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