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Screaming Eagles no. 03: C'mon gimme two clicks!
June 6, 1944 12:06 am. My unit has hit the French country side. Unfortunately they were almost all mis dropped and scattered. Using the crickets they were issued Fox company paratroopers began to regroup.
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Pfc Noah Nieman:(whispers)I got two contacts!
Cpl. Matt Shack:(whispers)Friendlies?
Pfc Noah Nieman:(whispers)Not sure. You still got that cricket?

Cpl. Matt Shack:(whispers)Yeah. Hang on.*ka-click*
Pfc Noah Nieman: C'mon gimme two clicks!
*ka-click* *ka-click*

Sgt. Shane Peterson: Thank God its you!
Pvt. Kriss Olympis: Anyone seen the Lieutenant?
Cpl Matt Shack: No I think he may have still been in the plane when it crashed.
Pfc Noah Nieman: Guys get down we got a someone else comin in.

Sgt. Shane Peterson:(whispers)C'mon its a frenchie. Get up.

Jean Laison: Americans! Dont fire! Please!
Pvt. Kriss: Then shut up!

Jean Laison: Mionssuer there are germans coming behind me you must leave now.
Sgt. Shane: No. We dont have time.
Jean: I can help you.

When the germans reach their position some of them get out.
Cpl Hienz Sanger: Do you need any help?

Jean: You may drop your weapons. Now.


Cpl Matt: I would.
Pfc Noah Nieman: Thanks for the truck boys

Matt Shack as Cpl Matt Shack

Noah Nieman as Pfc Noah Nieman

Snooperking(Shane ?) as Sgt. Shane Peterson

Kriss Olympis as Pvt. Kriss Olympis

Lt. John Harland as Cpl Hienz Sanger

Notes: Yippee I finished the third one! So anyway I know its dark okay and I did that on purpose because I wanted it to seen real early and yes I will put in some action in the next one. I promise.



Comments

 I like it 
  July 30, 2010
Oh yeh, also the Germans imitated the clicker with their rifle too.
 I like it 
  May 28, 2010
Nice! You're photography really makes this one good. -Drew
 I like it 
  May 22, 2010
Sweet! I was worried no one saw my comment on the group, but thanks for getting me in! This is the only really succesfull WWII comic I know, and its great. I love the lighting effects, it really adds something to the story. I can't wait to see the next one. Like I said, thanks for putting me in! =)
 I like it 
  May 6, 2010
Also how did you put the picture on your page? because when I put a picture on my page it made all the stuff that I wrote squish up together. What I mean is that when I put the picture it made the hing that says put this on your page to tell others that you are a Christian, think you can help? (sorry for being a chatter box :P)
 I like it 
  May 6, 2010
sir i love it its ultra cool you do very well at these comic strips 5-star. p.s may i make a fg42 for you for future projects ~glenn
 I made it 
  May 6, 2010
Quoting E.K.O ! its pretty good, but the photos are way to dark! 3/5
Well like I said i wanted em that way
  May 6, 2010
its pretty good, but the photos are way to dark! 3/5
 I like it 
  May 5, 2010
Nice job! yeah well thank goodness you will put some action into the new one!
 I made it 
  May 5, 2010
Quoting Clone Commando Viper (Previously Matt S.) This is great! and can you explain to me what the "Cricket" is?
Thanks the cricket was a signaling device used by american paratroops to find each other one click is answered by two clicks
 I like it 
  May 5, 2010
This is great! and can you explain to me what the "Cricket" is?
 
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