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A two year deployment is rough, but it’s worth it when you get home to your baby girl
Damn, amazing to see a man come back from being in the trenches for 3 years. I imagine it’s all worth it to see his 8 month old
My dad didn’t meet his father until he was about two years old. He never had a great relationship with his dad and he confided in me once that his father was never sure if he was actually the father. His parents had a farewell fuck, then he came home to a two year old.
Look at his face and back the math up to conception. He’s probably fine. I’ve seen the other face on fellow servicemembers and their children. They’re much, much…different.
Thing is, he’s been overseas for over 2 years…
A British soldier with someone’s 8 month old daughter more like
ITT: everyone questioning the parentage of the baby. Guys, the soldiers got to come back home sometimes. They weren’t out there for six years straight.
You can tell from that smile that all he’s been thinking about is getting back to his daughter and getting pictures of Spider-man
The men in this comment section sure can pull a scenario together when they don’t know anything about the context. Some things don’t change.
There’s some misunderstanding. This was the Mark II baby rifle, a much-needed improvement over the Mark I, whose projectiles, in addition to smelling horribly, backfired constantly and were waaaay too soft.