R.Lee Ermey’s History Channel Show ‘Mail Call’ & These Are His SNAFU Extra Salty Bloopers [WARNING STRONG ADULT LANGUAGE]
First-off, I want to make a disclaimer- if you, or other’s in your household are offended by strong adult language, then this isn’t the video for you. Since this video isn’t censored and it’s called ‘SNAFU Bloopers’, Gunny R.Lee Ermey uses some pretty salty, harsh and rather strong adult language. But, if you are a former (or current) military member yourself, I’m sure that you know what I’m talking about.
If you aren’t familiar with the History Channel’s television show ‘Mail Call’, let me clue you in:
Mail Call is a television program that appeared on the History Channel. It was hosted by R. Lee Ermey, a retired United States Marine Corps Staff Sergeant who had received the honorary rank of Gunnery Sergeant in May 2002. The show debuted on August 4, 2002 as part of the “Fighting Fridays” lineup. Most episodes were 30 minutes, but from 2007 through the show’s end in 2009 some episodes were 60 minutes.During each episode, Ermey read and answered questions submitted by viewers regarding weapons, equipment, customs, and terminology used by all branches of the U.S. military now or in the past, as well as by other armed forces in history. Ermey often took his viewers on location to military training areas to film demonstrations and consult with experts. When not on location, Ermey broadcast from a set resembling a military outpost, including a tent, a Jeep, and various other pieces of military gear which changed throughout the series. At times, he would also have a bulldog – usually symbolic of Marines, especially drill instructors – on his show as well.