I'm in the mood for feels, /k/. post your heaviest shit.
Man the feels.
Edgemaster 3000 right here.
These things range from hilarious to heart-breaking.
Man, /k/ jew jokes aside, concentration camps were some shit.
"Fent (Fentanyl) 100 MG" then the time it was administered
I didn't ask for these feels, but I got them all the same.
You are now aware that Saint Mikhail has been dead for 360 days
Bosniak after returning to his home village and finding his family post-removal.
"German soldier returns home only to find his family no longer there, 1946"
So cheap and reliable that it is the weapon of choice for shitbag dictators and warlords.
>russian peasant boy likes to tinker with the farm's tractor
>goes to big city to learn how to build tractor
>russian peasant boy now has T34 and rifle to tinker with
>T34 is kill, peasant boy is hospital
>peasant boy has time to think
>how make motherland un-invadable?
>must build rifle for terrify evil german
>rifle is sold to the WORST GUYS on earth
context for this photo, very interesting
Anyone read this book? About a boy soldier fighting the Allies in Berlin.
I read somewhere that there were twelve year olds manning AA flak guns and getting torn apart by Allied bombers by the end of the war.
these story corps are heavy feels
The non-animated ones on their website aren't much happier either
>when his voice starts to crack when he mentions him getting back to the room
>i am most proud of not blowing my head off by now
Jesus fuck..... hold me /k/
Also bumping for the vietnam video where the vet describes how his unit was ambushed and arm from tanker hits him in face, tank looks like "dying dinosaur"
There are moments where he does long pauses and you can see his hand trembling
/k/ feels thread and no one mentions Galaxy anymore?
Don't like diverting from the thread, but I'm getting close to finally finishing MGS 4 after doing the rest of the series in somewhat disjointed order, and I can't fucking wait for this. Everything's falling into place, and now we finally get to see the point where Big Boss went over the edge.
GODDAMIT STORYCORPS, these stories always make me cry
Funny, Nuclear was written by Oldfield as a means to convey his grandfather's experiences in WWI. According to the wiki article, his grandpa was quite the character before he left, but when he came back, he was a totally different man...
>The look on that man's face when he can walk normally again.
WWI was some deep shit.
Artyom's not a little rabbit anymore
>this part is happening
>fapping, that girl wants the A-mans D
>little brother decides not to knock, walks in
>look over, cock in hands as the scene plays on my tv
>give him the death glare
>he closes door
>proceed to fap
I never want to get married. I don't care if I die a virgin.
I hate what we've become.
I once had a comrade,
You will find no better.
The drum called to battle,
He walked at my side,
In the same pace and step.
A bullet came flying,
Is my turn or yours?
He was swept away,
He lies at my feet,
As if it was a part of me.
He still reaches out his hand to me,
While I am about to reload.
I cannot hold onto your hand,
Rest you in eternal life,
My good comrade.
This is nothing new, women have left the men who go off to war since there have been wars.
A few words of advice.
If you plan to enter the military, don't get married. Don't get married until after you leave the military.
If you're under the age of 25 you have no business being married or having kids anyhow, don't be a dumbass.
If you're over the age of 25 and you're not an officer, why the fuck are you still in the military?
If you enter the military you don't want to leave a residence behind if you deploy, live cheaply, travel lite, rent somewhere that it's easy to get out of the lease. Before you deploy store your shit with friends or family.
There's plenty of time for wife and kids and career and you get out.
Women don't deal well with their man being gone so long in a situation where she can't know from a day-to-day basis whether he's dead or alive. They will crack, they will cheat, because they are looking for emotional escape.
If you are married and in the military or are a career officer, make sure your spouse has a good support network of friends and family to help her emotionally while you're deployed. Establish a credit line and save money that can help deal with bills and emergencies while you're gone.
The Commando who refused to die
underrated nigger here
grant status to 100% nigger
Yeah, but it will probably be a couple of days, assuming the file is not corrupted (the hard drive in question was in a car crash with me, so it got rustled around pretty hard. If it is corrupted, I will retranslate it myself)
A crying Scot in a green dress
It gets me everytime.
Might not be super /k/ related, but this one is a good one.
>that retarded wacky cartoon animation
How fucking disrespectful
if you want a feel story watch this
Wasn't present last night, passed out drunk.
I'll dump what I have since I am still partially drunk and could go for some feels
Vietnam War. A radioman comforts his friend who just survived a battle during Operation Byrd in which nearly his entire platoon was wiped out Co. A, 2/7, 1st Cav. Div. (Airmobile) 1966
Too bad, OIF Vet here and PH recipient. I lost friends and watched innocent people blown up by evil Jihadis.
I'll dump what I want to, you dump what you want.
US army Flight Medic Brandon Lowther (L) holds the hand of a fatally wounded US army soldier as he is airlifted by the Medevac helicopter of 159th Brigade Task Force Thunder on August 24, 2011 to Kandahar Hospital Role 3. Two US soldiers were heavily injured by gun shots and brought to the hospital. All foreign combat troops will leave Afghanistan by the end of 2014 in a process that started last month and will require the Afghan army and police to play an ever-greater role in fighting the Taliban insurgency. AFP PHOTO/Johannes EISELE
A wounded Canadian soldier from the NATO-led coalition crawls for cover seconds after his position was hit by a Taliban shell fired from an 82-millimeter recoilless rifle during an ambush in Zhari district, October 23, 2007
Staff Sgt. Edward Rosa reads the Bible and extends a cigarette to Pfc. Jorge Rostra Obando, who was stunned by an explosion in Afghanistan’s Arghanab Valley. One comrade was killed and two injured in the blast. Pfc. Rostran asked the sergeant to read Psalm 91, a favorite from his childhood.
Haha, fuck off.
Your generation is the least respectable, you should not even be allowed to call yourselves veterans.
Your experienced practically no combat, cops in big cities have more combat than you cunts.
You were involved in a low intensity policing operation, and never will I accept your type anywhere near those veterans that faced a REAL enemy with REAL capabilities.
You got it backwards, guy on the ground died the Gunny falling survived.
>Bait I won't bite.
Here is a joke for you
You don't know because you weren't there.
Air Force pararescuemen ride in the back of a medevac helicopter with the bodies of two U.S. soldiers killed in a roadside bomb attack in Kandahar Province, October 10, 2010. Photographer Guttenfelder describes the scene: “When the pararescue guys were covering the bodies, they only had two flags with them. The wind was shipping through the open window…and the wind caught it and it blew out the window and they lost it. So they only had one flag. (But) one of the pilots had a flag that he kept behind the plate of his flak jacket, one that he’d kept with him for every deployment he’d ever done: Iraq, Afghanistan. He flew over Washington DC with it, his children had kissed it. He took it out and passed it to the back of the helicopter and that was one of the flags they used to cover one of the guys. The family of the soldier who died, who was covered by the donated flag, has reached out to me to ask for a contact for the pilot. They are hoping to give the flag back to him.
Not the OIF vet here, but the son of what you call a "real" vet. My brother served in OIF, you obviously have no idea how rough it was over there. He hasn't been the same person since he left for his tour. It is very apparent that you have never served in any branch with an opinion like that.
Captain Robert Seaborn, Chaplain of the 1st Battalion, The Canadian Scottish Regiment, giving absolution to an unidentified soldier of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division near Caen, France, 15 July 1944.
Fucking faggot media is the reason why all these men sacrificed their lives for the country to fall.
Funny how "Life" and other liberal media can call our soldiers "Brave" in one breath but not hesitate to call them "baby killers" in the next sentence.
Some text based feels, I'll try to keep it short.
My great grandfather flew in the Luftwaffe during the early periods of the war, from what I understand, he was a pretty good guy and a card carrying nazi if only to get the benefits of being associated with the party. He had a pretty wife back in Germany, pregnant with their first child and he was living the high life when everything was looking pretty great.
And then his He 111 was shot down over Britain, they were able to pull off a controlled crash but him and his entire crew saved for the one machine gunned to death in the back were captured by British soldiers.
Cue him surviving the entire war in a Prisoner of War Camp in England, which really isn't that bad. He can't get into contact with family, and he has to sit around while watching his country slowly get dismantled from the outside.
And after the surrender? After the years of sitting around in angst and anxiety? After he finally gets a chance to get back home?
His wife and the child he never knew was killed when the Russians rolled over their village on the way to Berlin. And it hit him, there was absolutely nothing left in Germany for him, the country he had fought for was gone, utterly and totally and his family was dead.
So, he dropped it all and came to America, married a pretty German Immigrant and the rest is history. But holy shit, I can't imagine the feeling that everything you've ever done in life can be so utterly swept away in an instant like that.
>Pic unrelated, my great uncle and his B-24
A Marine listens for the heartbeat of a dying buddy who suffered head wounds when the company’s lead platoon was hit with enemy machine gun fire. South Vietnam, Sept 17 1966
Moments later, the site was hit by a suicide bomber
I don't normally like posting graphic photos, but it speaks to my mutual hatred of Jihadist.
Two US Army soldiers wounded in an IED blast console each other as they are treated on board a medical evacuation helicopter from Charlie Company, Sixth Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment near Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Sunday, June 13, 2010."This image was taken in the summer of 2010 during the height of Obama's surge in southern Afghanistan where I spent a few months embedded. The two soldiers' vehicle had just been blown up in an IED on the highway close to Kandahar and they are seen here consoling each other as they are rescued. I remember the confusion and emotion I felt when taking the photo. I had this overwhelming feeling of guilt that I was intruding on such a painful and private moment but also realised the poignancy and power of what I was seeing through my camera and that I had to record it."
A US Marine still clutches the knife with which he killed a Japanese soldier, in background, in a duel. A moment after finishing off his adversary, a sniper’s bullet killed him. Eniwetok Atoll, 1945
>Didn't face an army
>Never faced a regular unit
>Never faced an enemy with artillery
>Never faced an enemy with tanks or heavy weapons
Yeah, sure, you experienced "war", right right. It must have been terrible when the air conditioner failed at FOB Dickbutt.
>never faced a life threating situation in your life
>never faced tiredness, hunger, or even phycial exaustion
>never did anything of merit with your life, other than go to college on mommys money
Man, it sure must suck when mom is fucking the neighbor so she cant get you meatloaf.
>inb4 IM A DOUBLE PHD ENGINEER DOCTOR!
Nobody buys it kiddo
I was mostly based out of COPs (No A.C.) BTW
Yeah my tour was a blast (pun intended), even though I didn't complete it (MedEvaced). Due to you know it being such an safe place and all.
At least I came home alive.
I am done dumping, and done dealing with insults.
I will end with what made me join, and changed my life forever.
Later day /k/.
The dishes thing hits me....
>grandpa was reason got into guns and become man
>get home oneday
>grandpa is taking a nap.
>hang out waiting for him to get up.
>it's getting late....Mom's gonna grab dinner better wake up grandpa.
>grandpa is kill.
> still had breakfast plate on his lap.
John Oches , 74, 2003 4 16th, heart attack.
Over 9000 hours in MSpaint, original content, DO NOT STEAL!
You as well anon
Glad you like the photo, and sorry for your loss.
I am back (with some Bourbon) in me to dump more.
I always liked this one more, though PS.
Not a photo per se, but gave me chills when I first found it.
>that first incoming round
My fucking anus puckered as soon as I heard the whooshing. Jesus fucking christ I did not ask for those flashbacks
Sad, but true.
Well that is thread folks, dumped what I could.
Good night /k/, I'll monitor the chatter for any potential questions/queries.
So we didn't get shot at by the most "Capable." Johnny Jihad is a devious fucker who doesn't care who he hurts, as long as one of us gets hurt in the process.
Conventional warfare is out the door as of now, and all we get is blown the fuck up by a bastard we can't see, that's hiding in plain sight. So yeah. We didn't fight a "Frontline" capable enemy. That doesn't make him any less deadly.
Vietnam Vet interviews, the second of which in this video (starting at 1:52) is one of the heaviest accounts of combat I have ever heard... even at over 20 minutes it is worth your time.