"Hot Shots" Calendar Girls Raid Utah Base — Army Isn't Happy [PICS]

Personally, we think it’s great that the Hot Shots team–dedicated to creating hot shots of beautiful babes in military garb–are really committed to keeping things realistic. In fact, the Hot Shots staff have been doing a great job working on the 2015 Hot Shots Calendar. We’ve already taken a look at the behind-the-scenes action (okay, two looks), but we didn’t really appreciate how the Hot Shots team flew in from the UK to find an actual U.S. Army base for their shoot.
But now it turns out that the Army doesn’t appreciate that at all. It seems that the hardworking grunts known as Rosie Jones, Zienna Eve, Jess Davies, and Daisy Watts weren’t supposed to put their boots on the ground of the National Guard base in Draper, Utah. Now there’s some military brass looking closely at the models–and not for the usual reasons.
It turns out that there’s video of the beautiful babes giving very special thanks to the Soldiers of the 19th Special Forces Group. That’s enough to warrant an official inquiry into how the Hot Shots hotties were allowed on base. We’d guess that they were allowed on base because they walked up to the gates, and said, “Hi, soldiers.” That’d work for us. And it’s not like they followed up by asking for some military secrets.
In fact, the Hot Shots calendar–which is coming in hot this November–raises money for the Help For Heroes charity. That’s a British charity for wounded veterans and their families, but we think the U.S. Army should be really supportive of that kind of thing. We know that we’re more inspired than ever. Take a look at the latest sneak peeks of the Hot Shots brigade, and get inspired, too–and then check out Rosie’s sexiest Instagram photos and hottest handbra pics, plus her pals in our roundup of the 50 Most Popular UK Glamour Models on the Web

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