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Survivalism & Self Sufficiency Topics => Lady Survivors => Topic started by: Chemsoldier on December 16, 2017, 03:42:47 PM

Title: On women and urination in field environments
Post by: Chemsoldier on December 16, 2017, 03:42:47 PM
From a female soldier on the utility and considerations in using options that allow women to use the latrine without dumping 50 pounds of combat gear, etc. Mildly NSFW.

 http://www.breachbangclear.com/%f0%9f%93%82-tactical-tinkle-tubes-guide-%f0%9f%94%8d/
Title: Re: On women and urination in field environments
Post by: redrider on December 17, 2017, 10:55:15 AM
This is HI-larious!!!! ;D

Thanks for posting this, Chemsoldier.

As a veteran and flight crew member I always had to either hold it or figure out how to use the pisser until I got to my last airplane, the "cadillac" KC-10 which has regular airline facilities.

I'd like to serve with this lady, she seems like a riot. Make it happen and quit your whining seems to be her motto. Terrific.

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Still laughing...
Title: Re: On women and urination in field environments
Post by: Carl on December 17, 2017, 10:56:23 AM
  I found it informative and interesting ,and possibly useful.
Title: Re: On women and urination in field environments
Post by: chad on December 17, 2017, 11:18:17 AM
 :rofl: I feel sorry for the British soldier....he has to live with the thought that, this one time at FOB sanford's I saw a girl....
Title: Re: On women and urination in field environments
Post by: CharlesH on December 17, 2017, 03:30:49 PM
Things have got fancy.
 
However, even way back on my first deployment we maintained male and female latrines in our Hummvees....
 
Gatorade bottles were the girls’ bathroom.  Water bottles were the mens’.
Title: Re: On women and urination in field environments
Post by: Carl on December 17, 2017, 03:35:30 PM
Things have got fancy.
 
However, even way back on my first deployment we maintained male and female latrines in our Hummvees....
 
Gatorade bottles were the girls’ bathroom.  Water bottles were the mens’.

Always tougher to shoot from concealment.