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July 08, 2006

In honor of recent court activity...

...it seems appropriate to pull this out of the archives.

Military Police prepare to refuel before entering the city of Whew!, Mudholistan on December 5, 2020, while their International Court-appointed solicitor ensures that their field-refueling permits are still valid, and that all proper environmental impact forms have been filed, examined, rejected, resubmitted, approved, and thus the refueling operation is permissable, after which the forms will be buried in a peat bog and recycled as fire lighters.  There was a problem with one of the weapons registration certificates (carrying more ammunition than permitted) but that was dealt with by the individual soldier paying a 15K Euro fine and surrendering the contraband to United Nations personnel who transferred it to indigenous forces to achieve military balance.(Released) </p>

<p>(U.S. Army Photo by Spc Daniel Broward) Military Police refuel before entering the city of Whew!, Mudholistan on December 5, 2020.</p>

<p>Photo by Spc Daniel Broward</p>

<p>Released by Maj. Hawthorne-Smythwaite, Esq.

Military Police prepare to refuel before entering the city of Whew!, Mudholistan on December 5, 2020, while their International Court-appointed solicitor ensures that their field-refueling permits are still valid, and that all proper environmental impact forms have been filed, examined, rejected, resubmitted, approved, and thus the refueling operation is permissable, after which the forms will be buried in a peat bog and recycled as fire lighters. There was a problem with one of the weapons registration certificates (carrying more ammunition than permitted) but that was dealt with by the individual soldier paying a 15K Euro fine and surrendering the contraband to United Nations personnel who transferred it to indigenous forces to achieve military balance.(Released)

(U.S. Army Photo by Spc Daniel Broward) Military Police refuel before entering the city of Whew!, Mudholistan on December 5, 2020.

Photo by Spc Daniel Broward

Released by Maj. Hawthorne-Smythwaite, Esq.