3 eggs found, 18 lieutenants lost at base Easter egg hunt
Like an Easter miracle
FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. — An Easter egg hunt for students in the Military Intelligence Basic Officer Leadership Course resulted in 18 lost Lieutenants, a base-wide lock-down and search, and several dozen rancid Easter eggs, the base chaplain reported today.
“I thought an Easter egg hunt would be a treat for the new Lieutenants,” said Maj. Kenneth Raniere, Military Intelligence Center of Excellence Chaplain. “I didn’t expect that when I set up 20 dozen easter eggs in the Wheeler Field House that more than half the LTs would wander out into the hot desert sun and never return. It defies all logic that they could go so far off course in such a controlled exercise.”
Chaplain Raniere had set up the same event at the New Beginnings Child Development Center the previous day. The classroom of mixed three and four-year-olds found all 20 dozen Easter eggs and still had time to make bunny ear headbands before activity hour ended.
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