The field just isn’t for everyone, and you know it’s only a matter of time before this becomes “a thing”. Alvarez doesn’t like the field and there are a lot of troops that just don’t dig the field portion of soldier life. I usually enjoy it but sometimes it is a pain in the butt. For the 213th Battalion this drill weekend, they are spending the time downrange in tents, which is 5-star luxury accommodations compared to how they usually do it. It’s usually sleeping bags on the ground, under the stars.
The day someone invents “Tactical Uber” is the day it becomes impossible to keep ’em in the field. And is it just me, or do all Ubers seem to be Priuses?