Whenever soldiers go on leave, it always plays out exactly the same:
"O! You're in the Army? My friend from work's brother is in the Navy, so I know allllllll about it..."
This is followed by a in-depth one-sided discussion about what people think they know about the Army, usually followed by some uncomfortable questions.
Here's a list of assumptions we get that leave us sitting there thinking, "No, dude. Not even close."
This one stings.
It's not that it's entirely wrong. There is plenty of overlap between soldiers and other branches. But we still have our own mission and they still have theirs. Especially the stupid Navy.
With a packed schedule like that, we're way too busy to be killing babies, Grandma.