The military community is huge on rivalry and houses some of the most inventive d*ck measuring contests you can think of. Each branch is currently and forever waging a friendly war with one another that has no signs of stopping — not that we'd want it to.
We hate on each other for various reasons, but at the end of the day — we're still on the same side.
Now, when Marines think about the men and women of the Air Force, they automatically think of them being hardcore.
We're kidding. Marines don't remotely think that and constantly hate on airmen for various reasons.
So check out these six reasons why Marines hate on the Air Force. Shots fired (but all in good fun).
6. Marines have it tougher.
Air Force boot camp is slightly less than eight-weeks long; Marine Corps boot camp, however, is about 13 grueling weeks long. Recruits tend to join the Air Force either because they feel the Corps' boot camp is too tough, or the Marine recruiters "just weren't in the office that day" (cough, bullsh*t, cough).
Who looks tougher?
5. The Air Force has the best chow halls in the military. But why? Because they need all their energy to
fight fly drones?
That does look glorious, though...
Freakin' beautiful in comparison.
4. Even celebrities who visit airmen wear Marine Corps issue.
Chuck Norris, Bugz Bunny, and Bob Hope are just a few honorary Marines. How many cool celebrities are honorary airmen? Go ahead — name one!
Everyone knows Marines have the coolest reputation.
3. They get cute little command coins when they graduate vs. the beloved Eagle, Global, and Anchor after completing the "Crucible."
Need we say more?
Look at the clean smile on this airman's face vs. the absolute pride on this newly made Marine's face. Stay precious, Air Force. OO-RAH
2. Their living conditions are considered five-star compared to the Corps'.
We love the teddy bear and string light additions. It really makes the room pop.
There's no photoshopping here ladies and gents. These images are freakin' real.
1. Air Force boot camp looks fun as f*ck!
I literally know an Air Force officer who said the most challenging part of boot camp was she laughed too much...
That is all.