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Machine Gunner Solves Mathematical Equation for Infinite Ammo

Published Nov. 6, 2021

An iconic short video released in the early 2010's captures the moment a Marine infantryman discovers the mathematical equation for infinite ammo.

If you were in the Marine Corps between 2008 and 2012, then there's a strong chance you've seen the WTF Marine series of short videos on YouTube. These videos were recorded by a young Marine out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina while he was on pre-deployment leave. He used action figures to make short skits of a salty Staff NCO chewing out his Junior Enlisted Warfighters, and the videos were an instant hit amongst members of the Marine Corps.


While the videos mostly missed the mark with other branches of service and civilians, this kid really could have had something if he had just stuck with this. Later down the road, groups like Action Figure Therapy would take this style of short humor and adapt it to their own style. If you go searching through the depths of YouTube, you can still find a couple of these videos laying around, however none of them are hosted by the original poster anymore.


josh brooks

Published Nov. 6, 2021

An iconic short video released in the early 2010's captures the moment a Marine infantryman discovers the mathematical equation for infinite ammo.

If you were in the Marine Corps between 2008 and 2012, then there's a strong chance you've seen the WTF Marine series of short videos on YouTube. These videos were recorded by a young Marine out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina while he was on pre-deployment leave. He used action figures to make short skits of a salty Staff NCO chewing out his Junior Enlisted Warfighters, and the videos were an instant hit amongst members of the Marine Corps.


While the videos mostly missed the mark with other branches of service and civilians, this kid really could have had something if he had just stuck with this. Later down the road, groups like Action Figure Therapy would take this style of short humor and adapt it to their own style. If you go searching through the depths of YouTube, you can still find a couple of these videos laying around, however none of them are hosted by the original poster anymore.


josh brooks

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