Today’s post comes from National Archives Office of Strategy and Communications staff writer Rob Crotty.
Let’s hope that our winning captioner John is wrong, because if this was a grand military body odor experiment, this world would smell awful.
The actual caption is just as unsettling, however. These two marines are enjoying themselves after a nearby atomic blast. As the caption reads: “The atomic cloud formed by the detonation seems close enough to touch, and tension gone, Poth and Wilson do a little clowning for the camera.” Click the photo for the full scoop.
Are you interested in winning 30% off at our National Archives eStore? Then join us each week as we take a photo out of context from our holdings and ask you to provide the funniest caption for it. If you win, you’ll get 30% off at the eStore (where Prologue is sold, by the way!)
Here’s this week’s photo. Good luck!