13 gifs that describe military moving

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It's been a doozy of a PCS season so far, with no end in sight. And while companies are responding in a variety of ways, ranging from blaming the trucking shortage and installation procedures, to apologizing for the delay, we really just want our stuff now. So as you are waiting on your stuff, or unpacking a hot mess, or even hanging out on your new neighbor's couch, here's a giggle for you.

MILITARY MOVING

1. AND THAT TIME THE PACKERS JUST DIDN'T SHOW UP…

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2. WHEN YOU'RE WAITING FOR YOUR STUFF…

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3. OR FOR ANYONE TO CALL YOU BACK…

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4. WHEN YOU FIND OUT A FORKLIFT WENT THROUGH YOUR COUCH…

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5. OR IT RAINED INSIDE YOUR SEALED CRATE…pcs military

6. AND YOUR MOVERS DROPPED THE PIANO…

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7. WHEN YOU FIND SOMEONE ELSE'S CLOTHES IN YOUR BOX…

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8. AND YOUR DOG RUNS AWAY WHEN THE MOVERS LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN…

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9. OR YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW SUGGESTS YOU STAY WITH HER WHILE WAITING FOR YOUR THINGS…

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10. WHEN THINGS GET DELIVERED! …THE DAY YOUR SPOUSE IS SIGNING IN…

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11. WHEN THE MOVERS ROLL THEIR EYES AT PIZZA FOR LUNCH…

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12. AND WHEN YOU LEISURELY DRIVE ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND YOU STILL BEAT THE TRUCK….

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13. THE FIRST NIGHT IN YOUR BED…

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Have you had a humdinger of a move this year? Tells us about it on PCSgrades.com and let other military families know what to expect. And, go ahead, share your favorite GIF with us as well.

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U.S. Airmen from the 22nd Airlift Squadron practice evasive procedures in a C-5M Super Galaxy over Idaho Dec. 9, 2019. The flight included simulated surface-to-air threats that tested their evasion capabilities. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Amy Younger)

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