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During a mission in Iraq our squad was advancing on line towards a house when a FNG decided he wanted to be a hero. He took off running and right as he topped a small rise he just disappeared from site. As soon as he disappeared the squad leader had us step up the tempo towards the home. As we got closer to the house we started taking fire. As we returned fire and closed on the house we hit the small rise on a dead run. It wasn’t until we were at the top of the rise that we saw where the FNG went. He had fallen into a crap pit up to his neck covered in crap and piss. We all jumped the pit and cleared the house. We left him in the pit for a solid half hour. When we finally got him out we had to use one of the tow ropes to pull him out. We then took a body bag and cut holes for his arms and neck to stick through. We made him ride back to the FOB in the body bag for an hour. Once we made it back to our motor pool we had him get out of the vehicle and our motor pool MSG pulled out the power washer. We made him strip and dance to the song maniac as we power washed him down.
We later broke a CS grenade and put it in a plastic zip lock bag and pushed the power under his door to his room. We wedged a 2x4 against his door and the t-wall so that he had to bail our the back window of his room. He was a dirt bag who richly received his just reward. Thanks for commenting on my post.