**All’s fair in Love and Blogging…so, spoiler alert…You’ve been warned”
So, it wasn’t as bad as I thought. Let’s just get that out there. The hubby and I laughed out loud a lot!!! In my book that’s always a good sign. Mr. Air Force isn’t really around to watch tv, and doesn’t really watch much when he is. There are few times he really laughs out loud, like a real, spontaneous type of laugh. And few shows that make that sound fill our house.
So in the beginning we meet SSgt Pete Hill and discover that he’s about every macho, military stereotype rolled into one. He basically looses his mind in a sort of egotistical, I know whats best (with maybe a little bit of residual trauma from the whole war around him – in a funny way, if that’s possible) sort of way and ends up slugging his superior. So, there’s that. This is how we get to the plot, the reassignment to Rear D. We also meet his brothers – Brother A is the typical gung-ho soldier, but clumsy as all get out; while Brother B is seemingly annoyed by the whole thing, wearing his uniform much like the cool kid who pretends not to care even though he does, just a little. Their father was killed during a deployment, and now all three boys have gone and followed in his footsteps, each on a different path. But they are soon all reunited because of the whole punching his superior thing.