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CHATSWORTH, CA – After decades of complaints from military personnel that the American pornography industry fails to present a correct portrayal of the armed services in military-themed films, filmmakers in the multibillion dollar industry have begun to implement policies to better facilitate the demand for accuracy, bringing on military technical advisers to improve the acting scenes.

“I’ll admit, in the past, we’ve failed to hold our directors accountable and have failed the troops in the process,” says porn kingpin Jim South. “It’s a funny thing. Now that we have these advisers helping us in our knowledge of proper uniform wearing, technical jargon, and realistic combat scenes, the actors and actresses have actually started performing better in their fuck scenes.”

Captain Dale Dye (USMC, ret.), a veteran actor and advisor for Hollywood blockbusters such as Platoon, Saving Private Ryan, and HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, shares South’s sentiments.

“Back when I first got started in this job, the porn industry seemed like a lost cause in regards to accuracy,” says Dye. “Every film of theirs was just as inaccurate as The Hurt Locker. It was insulting, to be honest with you.”

Dye’s company, Warrior’s, Inc., has recently signed a multi-picture deal with Vivid Entertainment, one of the more esteemed production companies in the pornographic film industry.

“I’m really excited to be a part of this,” says Iraq Veteran Phil Owens, an advisor for an upcoming film titled The Squirt Locker. “All of the performers are really enthusiastic about honoring the troops. We’re completely changing the culture of this industry. Gone are the days of haphazard dialogue and corny military themes. We’re putting together an accurate portrayal of what it’s like on the front lines. It’s not just about busting a nut anymore. We’re giving the viewer a raw look into the lives of the men and women defending our freedoms.”

Lexington Steele, who plays Sergeant Dick Thunder in the newly released All Quiet on the Western Cunt, has received praise for his heartfelt portrayal of a soldier trying to fornicate his way through a rabid militia of male-hungry females as he makes his way back to the safety of his comrades.

“I couldn’t have put that much into this role if it wasn’t for the advisors overseeing those little details. I had to constantly ask myself if I was doing our men and women in uniform any justice. I remember doing a scene with Bree Olson,” says Steele. “I had her bent over doggy-style and was getting ready to pop when I stopped and asked myself, ‘Lex, do you look like a real soldier right now?’ It’s those little things that I never thought of before, ya know?”

Just like in mainstream films, Dye’s company has been putting the performers through a ten-day bootcamp in preparation for their roles.  The curriculum includes classes on military acronyms and nomenclature, daily PT sessions, and weapons training.

“It was exciting,” adds Steele. “We got to do some live fire with some machine-guns and rifles. In the old films, all they gave us was shitty rubber rifles. This has completely changed the ballgame. Now I get to shoot real bullets on two fronts.”

South believes this will open new doors for the industry.

“Look, we’ve always known that service-members have been some of our best customers. Now we get to pay them back for what they do for us. It’s amazing what this move has done for everyone. We’re in post-production for a film called Apussylips Now… and the thing is already getting nominated for an AVN [award]!”

Some of the upcoming titles include: Whora, Whora, Whora,We Were Soldiers Once… And Hung, Full Metal Jackoff, Starship Poopers, Debbie Does the USS Dallas, Bang Bus: Iraq, Up And Cummers: Kandahar Airfield, and Fort Dix.