WWII's Most Unintentionally Gay Fighting Manual [COMIC]

During World War II there was only one way to handle trouble: Lieutenant Jack Dempsey, Director of Physical Fitness, U.S. Coast Guard. This former boxer knew that the best way to beat back the Axis was with fists and punches. He released many of his combat secrets in a book called How to Fight Tough, with a B-plot of how coast guardsmen f**k holes in mountains and eat their meals from Nazi skulls. Jack is so virile that if you are photographed performing his martial arts system, your pants do not appear on the film. This is the story of one of his men.
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