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Airforce Troops Pose With Dead Soldier In Casket [PHOTO]

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“Da Dumpt, Da Dumpt …. Sucks 2 Be U”

That’s what written on this photograph featuring 15 airmen posing another airman in a casket tied up with chains and has a noose around his neck. An airforce commander at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas is looking into this.

This picture features tech sergeants, staff sergeants as well as junior airmen. The casket is the same kind used to carry the dead back home to the United States. The “X” sign most are doing in this photo means both ‘Stop’ and ‘Secured’ in their cargo line. No word on the purpose, or what the inscription means. The image surfaced via Facebook.

A full investigation is underway.

militarytimes.com

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