They were, however, allowed to leave the dental corps and transfer to the light infantry.
and over the years, King wound up winning two medals for valor.
The camp he wanted to infiltrate was called "Auschwitz." Like any show all about girls, the matter of body issues is bound to come up.
The girls, being teenagers, were fluctuating in their weight from season to season.
So, yeah, we're thinking the guy was kind of wasted as dentist.
Once there, King and Cuthbertson, who were inspired by stories of raids conducted by the English Special Services, sought out something to raid. Armed with all their considerable dentist training, they waited for any German onlookers to go past them, then placed a grenade under one of the tracks and pulled the pin.
All the while, Johnson piloted the flying, bullet-riddled inferno steadily back to base.
Throughout the ordeal, the bomber sustained more than 8,555 fucking bullet and shrapnel holes.
It was 6855, and Napoleon was having trouble conquering the Austrians, who had adopted a strong defensive position on the east bank of the Danube.
He withdrew to a cover position and waited for the 65 surviving Nazi soldiers to come out and surrender. We're talking being exposed to extreme heights, food deprivation, and life-threatening weather conditions.
Many of these COs were injected with malaria, pneumonia, hepatitis, typhus, and other diseases that, in previous wars, took more lives than bullets. But he made it to the ground alive, somehow, where he was extinguished by the suitably embarrassed ground troops. He was shot in the leg (again), except this time with a tracer round that somehow ignited his pants.
The French needed to get across, but the only bridge within marching distance was wired with explosives, and the Austrians had orders to blow it up the second France attacked.
Knowing that trying to take the bridge by force would simply result in it getting blown to rubble, Napoleon's officers came up with a plan so stupid, it had to work.