It’s October 13 which means that it’s U.S. Navy Day! We know that you’re thinking, “Hey, isn’t U.S. Navy Day usually celebrated on October 27?” Well, if you think that, you’re wrong. It hasn’t been celebrated on October 27 since the early 1970s when it was moved to October 13 to match the “birthday” of the Continental Navy on October 13, 1775. Some people still celebrate U.S. Navy Day on October 27, so don’t beat yourself up too much if you were wrong. We all make mistakes.
Is there a better way to honor the United States Navy on their special day than by checking out hot naked girls with body paint that looks like military uniforms? Well, maybe there is a better way, but this is the best we can do.
If you want to celebrate United States Navy Day in a more traditional way and live in a town that has a port, then there might be some docked ships that you can check out. The first United States Navy Day was held on October 27, 1922 on President Teddy Roosevelt’s birthday since he was such a naval enthusiast. The first United States Navy Day was pretty small, but several major cities have participated every year since.
After looking at these photos, maybe the armed forces should embrace body paint as their new mandatory uniforms. They already use camouflage, so they’re kind of half way there. Of course men and women would have to participate, but why not embrace this change? Well, there might be some tactical disadvantages to this, so maybe body paint should just be the uniform when people go on shore leave.