About three weeks after the photographer had given the pictures of all 500 fire squads, a General came across these pictures, and instead of the soldier in the picture standing to attention, they were "slightly" messing around.
The General ordered for some more files on the Squad, a few minutes later, the papers were in his hands, and he scanned the contents.
The squad called themselves the "Marauders" and were an amazingly good fighting squad, even though they messed around.
The leader was 19, and the rest of them were around 22-31.
The general also noted that after the picture had been taken and the photo had been taken out of the camera, the bazooka man fired at the camera, blowing it completely off its tripod.
It was also noted that the shot had been surprisingly accurate.