Login or register


Last status update:
Date Signed Up:2/07/2011
Last Login:10/28/2016
Comment Ranking:#3248
Highest Content Rank:#864
Highest Comment Rank:#843
Content Thumbs: 1537 total,  1936 ,  399
Comment Thumbs: 15842 total,  16843 ,  1001
Content Level Progress: 10% (1/10)
Level 94 Content: Srs Business → Level 95 Content: Srs Business
Comment Level Progress: 2.5% (25/1000)
Level 312 Comments: Wizard → Level 313 Comments: Wizard
Content Views:60960
Times Content Favorited:17 times
Total Comments Made:1568
FJ Points:12856

Text Posts

First2[ 7 ]
  • Views: 780
    Thumbs Up 3 Thumbs Down 8 Total: -5
    Comments: 3
    Favorites: 0
    Uploaded: 11/09/14
    Sweet cringe... Sweet cringe...
First2[ 7 ]

latest user's comments

#14 - csgo uses like airsoft grenades  [+] (2 replies) 10/26/2016 on Patience +36
User avatar
#52 - nuclearnacho (10/26/2016) [-]
They're pretty underwhelming until you get hit by one and realize it makes you a body shot or two away from death.
#32 - anon (10/26/2016) [-]
Until one is used against you at which point even with armor it feels like a fucking nuke.
#7 - Thats gotta be scary as **** when the people you are fighting …  [+] (3 replies) 10/25/2016 on The receiving end of a tank... +76
User avatar
#18 - clickythepirate (10/26/2016) [-]
Well it's a good thing it's being used on sand niggers then isn't it?
User avatar
#20 - avatice (10/26/2016) [-]
That doesn't mean it can't be used on you.
#34 - smartythechicken (10/26/2016) [-]
>TFW you assume that you can see funnyjunkers with thermal sights when their hearts are cold and dead
>TFW you assume they can hit FJ'ers with accuracy when they emit an event horizon, bending light around them because of their dense loneliness
#258 - Comment deleted 10/25/2016 on Hey 0
#3 - This is a form of policing, i forget the term but its somethin…  [+] (1 reply) 10/23/2016 on oscar +93
#18 - unholytiming (10/23/2016) [-]
Basically PR work
#19 - Too bad the military can disregard orders it deems illegal, im…  [+] (28 replies) 10/20/2016 on This is classified information +105
#207 - anon (10/24/2016) [-]
and there is the so called two man rule. they changed the system after Nixons meltdown.
User avatar
#140 - applesdontpee (10/21/2016) [-]
jesus christ

his neck doesn't even have a curve. it's just a trunk for his head
User avatar
#99 - dankknight (10/21/2016) [-]
That would be an act of insubordination and treason I think.
User avatar
#180 - boarderlinegreat (10/21/2016) [-]
Thank god there are people that think twice even when given an order, or else your sorry ass would be frozen to your seat due to sweet nuclear winter: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_nuclear_close_calls
User avatar
#182 - dankknight (10/21/2016) [-]
I wouldn't have been born tho
User avatar
#193 - boarderlinegreat (10/21/2016) [-]
Good point
#143 - anon (10/21/2016) [-]
Officers in the military swear an oath only to the Country and Constitution (the enlisted guys swear to obey orders).
User avatar
#144 - dankknight (10/21/2016) [-]
According to the Constitution, the President is the Commander in Chief and is delegated full authority over the military and its assets in a state of war or emergency.
#123 - amadadam (10/21/2016) [-]
If obama or whoever the fuck said "fuck it nuke England cuz I said you have to do it" you really think they would? Fucking get your head out of your own asshole fucking autistic shit.
#124 - anon (10/21/2016) [-]
President is known as "Commander-in-chief" for a reason. Also, why would they go "nuke england for teh lulz"?
#126 - amadadam (10/21/2016) [-]
All I'm saying is whatever "muh cummander in chef" says doesn't go, there has to be reason you fuck did you miss my point? If what the potus says truly goes them by that logic we could nuke anyone without needing reason. We could fucking self detonate for that matter. Do I need to educate you or anyone else further? Please comment again.
User avatar
#138 - dankknight (10/21/2016) [-]
You're thinking about this the wrong way. If the situation merits it, the President can decide to launch a nuke. It's not like we elect tards into office. They all have (Trump and Clinton included) a moderate degree of responsibility.
No one is arguing that the situation has to merit a nuclear response. I'm just arguing that when it happens that the President orders a nuke launch, failure to comply is treason of the highest degree.
User avatar
#162 - slenderwolf (10/21/2016) [-]
According to the UCMJ you can disobey that order if you believe it to be unlawful, but the court marshal will end your career and land you in Guantanamo if you aren't absolutely in the right.
#174 - anon (10/21/2016) [-]
Everyone in this reply chain is fucking retarded.

Here's why:

The military isn't fucking stupid.

Do you really believe, that every soldier who has the ability to launch a nuke, knows what is in the launch bay?

What I'm really saying is this... The United States has minutemen who think they are armed with sidewinders, airburst ordinance, patriots, and/or tomahawks. What they actually have in their specific launch bay, is a nuclear ICBM. The particular soldier who will control the CIC on it, and launch his "Patriot"/"Tomahawk" etc... will actually be launching a nuclear weapon, and they won't even know.

If the military uses this tactic with blanks and firing squads, do you really think they don't have this exact scenario, ready to go?

What Hillary posted on Twitter is less classified than what I am about to tell you.
If you don't want to be implicated, do not disburse this information.

They know most people don't have the moral conscience to nuke a million people. That's why they will be directed to launch their "Patriot Missile" at a "Target of Reasonable Action" or a "TORA"
""TORA means a building, structure, or target GPS coordinate that will appear reasonable to the soldier committing the launch, under the assumption they are firing a conventional missile... It will however, be the closest believable location to where the military needs the ground zero of a nuclear weapon.""

This is a very specific type of minuteman switch, they call it the 'guilt free' minuteman.

Yes this exists, yes I was briefed on it, no, the soldiers do not know that they "possibly" have a nuclear warhead, this specific minuteman program is NEVER explained to any fire operators, CIC, or ordinance handlers.
User avatar
#192 - slenderwolf (10/21/2016) [-]
>Y'all are retards for not knowing this sensitive information

First of all, I was under the impression that only Airmen have an AFSC/MOS turning the keys in a missile silo, not soldiers. Also, the Colonel I talked to was pretty convinced he was sitting at the controls of a nuke. If anyone was trying to con him into thinking it was anything but a nuke, he wasn't buying it. Also, I don't think Tomahawks, Sidewinders, nor Patriots are stored the way nukes are, in big ass holes in the middle of nowhere stateside.
#206 - anon (10/22/2016) [-]
You "don't think" that's because you don't know classified information. You are an idiot if you believe every nuke is in a basement of a house in Wyoming. There is a launch platform in every single state that has a star on the flag. Not all require big fucking silo launchpads. Let alone our sleeping sharks. (Deep blue subs) I wasn't briefed on specific international platforms, but given meetings I've been in, it is highly likely every country in NATO has a US controlled launch platform as well.
#168 - dankknight (10/21/2016) [-]
What a fucking risk.
User avatar
#58 - allamericandude (10/20/2016) [-]
According to something I think I read a while ago, the Air Force officers who control the firing of ICBMs run launch drills all the time using fake launch codes. The real launch codes can only come from the President. The thing is, those officers can't tell the difference between the fake codes and the real codes. So if the President one day decided to initiate armageddon, the officers would simply think it was another drill. They wouldn't know the truth until the missiles were already in the air.
User avatar
#137 - cleomech (10/21/2016) [-]
That is... how is that fucking legal?
User avatar
#202 - allamericandude (10/21/2016) [-]
Why wouldn't it be? If we've already accepted the use of nuclear weapons as a reasonable course of action, then fooling a few military officers is hardly consequential.
User avatar
#49 - slenderwolf (10/20/2016) [-]
The use of nuclear weapons on a hostile country by command of the president is A OK in the eyes of the UCMJ and is a binding order. Ethics differ by person and are not recognized. I got a buddy who wants to go Missilier, he says it sounds like fun.
User avatar
#152 - thatoneiranianguy (10/21/2016) [-]
I think we seriously need to look into how we handle nuclear launches from an ethical standpoint.

Consider constitutional ruling and non-constitutional ruling. A decision like that should not be left up to just the president.

Nukes are not a power that one man should be able to use without question.
#92 - gwarrarr (10/21/2016) [-]
"Hostile" country is a completely different thing than "country who insulted the president". They can claim it's unlawful during peacetime. In fact, some of would be the worst nuclear disasters were avoided by the officers doing just that.

RoE and Law of Armed conflict exist for a reason. A pre-emptive launch of a nuclear missile can be deemed a warcrime by the Hague.
User avatar
#55 - andyslayer (10/20/2016) [-]
He is dumb then, Air Force missileman have some of the worst morale of any mos. Imagine sitting in a bunker reading comics or a book for hours until your contract was up.
User avatar
#118 - DrewRSmith (10/21/2016) [-]
So.... what im already doing every day?
User avatar
#200 - andyslayer (10/21/2016) [-]
Yes, but you aren't allowed to order dominos from the bunker you fat fuck. Only kidding, you could probably order pizza to the nuclear missile silos if I know the air force correctly. But its a really shity job thats actually got some difficult entrance examinations and they continuously test the officers on the material.
User avatar
#204 - DrewRSmith (10/21/2016) [-]
Jokes on you, I prefer ordering burgers from grubhub!
User avatar
#70 - slenderwolf (10/20/2016) [-]
That's what he wants to do. His talked to a Colonel, who started with that, extensively about it. He's a real introvert and wouldn't mind just dicking around for four years. Any AFSC can be fun for the right airman. He knows what he's signing on for.

user's friends