The Marine Behind Terminal Lance Has Created A Hilarious Video Showing What It’s Like To Be On Post

Maximillian Uriarte, the former Marine Corps infantryman and creator of the popular comic Terminal Lance, has dropped a video today depicting the hilarity of standing post in the Marine Corps.

The two-minute video, called “Post,” shows the boredom, the song singing, the cyclic nature of standing watch, including the NSFW aspects.

My favorite part is where they whistle the EAS Song at the end.

Uriarte’s work is outstanding, and gives voice to lower-ranking enlisted guys who in previous generations had no outlet of self expression, no connection to the general public.

He published the video in conjunction with the All Warrior Network.

Check it out below:


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