I'm convinced that the infantry is the group in the army which gives more and gets less than anybody else.
I was a born troublemaker and might as well earn a living at it.
When we realize finally that we aren't God's given children, we'll understand satire. Humor is really laughing off a hurt, grinning at misery.
I would like to thank the people who encouraged me to draw army cartoons at a time when the gag man's conception of the army was one of mean ole sergeants and jeeps which jump over mountains.
People need to be prepared. Get ready for this
We did everything possible to help people leave and if they made the decision to stay, it was theirs
We have significant flooding around the island
Many of the people that have been here for 25 or 30 years have told me in the last 24 hours that this is the worst they've ever seen.
Patton was living in the Dark Ages. Soldiers were peasants to him. I didn't like that attitude.
A soldier's life revolves around his mail. Like many others, I've been able to follow my kid's progress from the day he was born until now he is able to walk and talk a little, and although I have never seen him I know him very well.
You've got to be a misanthrope in this business, a real son of a bitch. I'm touchy. I've got raw nerve ends, and I'll jump. If I see a stuffed shirt, I want to punch it.
While a guy at home is sweating over his income tax and Victory garden, a dogface somewhere is getting great joy out of wiggling his little finger. He does it just to see it move and to prove to himself that he is still alive and able to move it.
My outlook on warfare is best illustrated by a cartoon I did some thirty-odd years ago of a soldier in an Italian foxhole reading about the Normandy invasion and observing to his buddy that: The hell this ain't the most important hole in the world. I'm in it.