Air Force celebrates 50th straight year of skipping leg day
By Blondes Over Baghdad
MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. – After considerable research, the Air Force History and Heritage Center confirmed the Air Force has reached an impressive feat—50 straight years of skipping leg day.
“Look, they call it the cockpit because it’s for chicken legs,” said fighter pilot Capt. Mike “Cardio” Fowler. “The only thing I love more than air power is skipping leg day.”
“When I salute to the ground crew sharply before I take off into a perfect sunset, no one can see my legs,” Fowler continued, pausing only to high-five his golf partner.
Historians found that the last time a member of the Air Force was seen in a squat rack, he was doing bicep curls, “so it didn’t count as leg day.”
“Look, I’m on TDY, like, constantly,” said Lt. Col. Caitlin Martin. “There’s no leg press machine at the Hilton Garden Inn. I don’t really understand how—What did you call it? Leg day? I don’t understand how that would work.”
Martin added that maybe she’d understand “leg day” better with s…