Doctrine Man Is Military Superhero – NYTimes.com

Faster than a fleeting bullet point in an Army briefing slide. Able to leap Pentagon jargon in a single bound. While he’s not a classic superhero like the Man of Steel, he’s certainly a man of irony.

Meet Doctrine Man, an Army officer’s cartoon creation, a caped crusader whose escapades battling military bureaucracy have attracted an Internet cult following, small but devoted and expanding among troops around the globe.

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Staying anonymous is probably a good move on this guy’s part…

4 thoughts on “Doctrine Man Is Military Superhero – NYTimes.com”

  1. I always liked reading the adventures of “Rear D Man” even though he never made it farther than getting drawn on the latrine stalls at Graf and Hohenfels.

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