News, but not the serious kind
Lemme just hack away at this gizmo…
Blog Guy, I’m looking for a new career and I know your advice is the best. I picked up a colorful brochure called, “The Exciting World of Battlefield Rocket Repair,” and I was wondering if you think that’s a good way to go?
So, what do you think? Would I need to learn to use a lot of complicated tools?
Not really. You can see this guy in the photo working on a sophisticated Grad rocket, and he’s just using a knife.
Yikes! Using a knife on a Grad rocket? That seems pretty dangerous!
Hey, there are worse jobs than his.
Like that guy behind him, who has to pour a bottle of water on the Grad rocket if it starts to take off.
So where would I go to learn how to repair this kind of rocket?
You really want me to say it?
Sure, go for it, Blog Guy, it’s a Friday!
Top and right: An anti-Gaddafi fighter uses a knife on a Grad rocket from a strategic checkpoint, north of the besieged Libyan city of Bani Walid, September 30, 2011.
Left: Anti-Gaddafi fighters prepare a Grad multiple rocket launcher from a strategic checkpoint, north of the besieged Libyan city of Bani Walid, September 30, 2011.
REUTERS photos by Saad Salash