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by Mark Baker

eBook Sgt. Murphy: A Pvt. Murphy's Law Collection download ISBN: 0967935741
Author: Mark Baker
Publisher: Byrrd Enterprises, Inc. (2008)
ePub: 1894 kb
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PVT Murphy's Law" is a popular comic serialized in the Army Times. As an long service Army vet I thoroughly enjoyed Mark Baker's character of Murphy, which struck a particularly responsive chord

PVT Murphy's Law" is a popular comic serialized in the Army Times. Although largely unknown outside of the military, it has quite a following within that culture, especially (but not surprisingly) in the Army. The collection begins where every soldier's career starts - the recruiter's office. Tim Murphy signs up to do "Army stuff". As an long service Army vet I thoroughly enjoyed Mark Baker's character of Murphy, which struck a particularly responsive chord. Even my wife connected with his vignettes of service married life. A delightful read for anyone with a connection to the military, particularly to the Army.

PVT Murphy's Law is a comic strip by retired Army MSG, Mark Baker, which he began drawing/writing in 1992. Starting in 2000, the comic was published weekly in the Army Times for several years. It was dropped from the paper after some controversy. In 2012, Baker posted a gallery of strips that had been rejected by the Army Times, with the rejection letters

PVT Murphy's Law" is a popular comic serialized in the Army Times.

PVT Murphy's Law" is a popular comic serialized in the Army Times. He goes through basic training, learns the mysteries of Army lingo, and wonders at the allure of his abrasive female Drill Sergeant.

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Murphy's Law Don't get into a pissing contest with a skunk. Sent by mark peacock. Larry Niven's summary of Murphy's Law: The perversity of the universe tends to a maximum. The Law of Stupid Tricks Just because you CAN do something doesn't mean you SHOULD. Everything in life is important, important things are simple, simple things are never easy. Think about it, complete the circle. Sent by Kevin Boland. The road to success is always under construction By Anton Figg (?)

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Private Murphy's Law. by Mark V. Baker.

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Retired Army MSG Mark V. Baker began PVT Murphy’s Law for his friends in 1993. In 2000, Murphy was picked up by the Army Times and has since become a well known comic within the United States Military. Pvt. Murphy's Law, Flat Earth Comics, 1999 ISBN 679357-. PV-2 MURPHY: THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES (Book II). PFC MURPHY (Book III), 2005 ISBN 679357-2-5. SPC MURPHY (Book IV): The SHAM SHIELD. SGT MURPHY (Book V), (A Best of compilation).

MURPHY'S LAWS OF COMBAT Grunts are optimists; ergo, Murphy was a grunt. A true classic for any veteran soldier! This amazing poster gives you the 81 "Murphy's Laws" of combat. Friendly fire isn't"; "Odd objects attract fire; don't stand near the Lieutenant"; "There are atheists in foxholes; but that's where they start hedging their bets": and many more, concluding with "If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs, you probably haven't grasped the seriousness of th. olf Mclearen.

Retired Army MSG Mark Baker began penning PVT Murphy’s Law for his friends in 1993. In 2000, Murphy was picked up by the Army Times and since then, Baker’s genuine military humor has entertained legions of fans each week, making Murphy a permanent fixture in the military universe. Military Humour, Army Humor, Military Memes, Us Military, Marines Funny, Army Times, Us Veterans, American Spirit, Funny Cartoons.

"PVT Murphy's Law" is a popular comic serialized in the Army Times. Although largely unknown outside of the military, it has quite a following within that culture, especially (but not surprisingly) in the Army. The collection begins where every soldier's career starts -- the recruiter's office. Tim Murphy signs up to do "Army stuff". He goes through basic training, learns the mysteries of Army lingo, and wonders at the allure of his abrasive female Drill Sergeant. He confuses "MI" (Military Intelligence) with "Mobile Infantry" and heads off to language school for Russian. He doesn't quite make the grade, so he's reclassed to "needs of the Army", ie. the infantry. He successfully completes Airborne school, gets dumped by his girlfriend, navigates the sometimes ridiculous waters of regular Army life, deploys overseas, trains, and never loses his sense of humor. "SGT Murphy" collects some 300 cartoons drawn over the course of 15 years. As it is Army humor, the jokes may fall flat for civilians and those unfamiliar with Army life.
Comments: (4)
Vetalol
As an long service Army vet I thoroughly enjoyed Mark Baker's character of Murphy, which struck a particularly responsive chord. Even my wife connected with his vignettes of service married life. A delightful read for anyone with a connection to the military, particularly to the Army. Wish he'd kept up cartooning.
Blackbrand
The book came in with some wear but it is great.
Ariurin
Ya gotta love Murph. Book arrived as specified and in good condition. Just wish there were going to be more of them.
Deorro
"PVT Murphy's Law" is a popular comic serialized in the Army Times. Although largely unknown outside of the military, it has quite a following within that culture, especially (but not surprisingly) in the Army.

The collection begins where every soldier's career starts -- the recruiter's office. Tim Murphy signs up to do "Army stuff". He goes through basic training, learns the mysteries of Army lingo, and wonders at the allure of his abrasive female Drill Sergeant. He confuses "MI" (Military Intelligence) with "Mobile Infantry" and heads off to language school for Russian. He doesn't quite make the grade, so he's reclassed to "needs of the Army", ie. the infantry. He successfully completes Airborne school, gets dumped by his girlfriend, navigates the sometimes ridiculous waters of regular Army life, deploys overseas, trains, and never loses his sense of humor.

"SGT Murphy" collects some 300 cartoons drawn over the course of 15 years. As it is Army humor, the jokes may fall flat for civilians and those unfamiliar with Army life. I saw so many of my own experiences mirrored that I was rolling with laughter -- this book was just the thing to lighten up my deployment.