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5th Mar '16 7:52:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ThePacific'': Sid Phillips and Eugene Sledge are from Mobile, Alabama; Merriel "Snafu" Shelton is from Louisiana.

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* ''ThePacific'': ''Series/ThePacific'': Sid Phillips and Eugene Sledge are from Mobile, Alabama; Merriel "Snafu" Shelton is from Louisiana.
5th Mar '16 1:41:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* Barry Pepper as squad sharpshooter Pvt. Jackson speaks in a southern drawl and prays out loud while he blows away Nazis in ''SavingPrivateRyan''.

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* Barry Pepper as squad sharpshooter Pvt. Jackson speaks in a southern drawl and prays out loud while he blows away Nazis in ''SavingPrivateRyan''.''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.



* Vernon Pinkley in the ''TheDirtyDozen''. There's also Archer Maggot, but he's a genuine full-blown [[SociopathicSoldier psychopath]], not just an ignorant, insular hick.

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* Vernon Pinkley in the ''TheDirtyDozen''.''Film/TheDirtyDozen''. There's also Archer Maggot, but he's a genuine full-blown [[SociopathicSoldier psychopath]], not just an ignorant, insular hick.
28th Dec '15 7:25:13 AM R1ck
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How this stereotype arose is uncertain, but it is not merely trope but a {{cliche}}. {{Truth in Television}} in the sense that it is a RealLife stereotype, stemming from the fact that there are many military bases in the South, as well as the abundance of Southerners in the military and their penchant for firearms and anything military-related. Compared to fiction, however, it isn't as prevalent due to the fact that doing such behavior could get his squad captured or even killed or even worse, get him court-martialed for his antics.

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How this stereotype arose is uncertain, but it is not merely trope but a {{cliche}}. {{Truth in Television}} in the sense that it is a RealLife stereotype, stemming from the fact that there are many military bases in the South, as well as the abundance of Southerners in the military and their penchant for firearms and anything military-related. Compared to fiction, however, it isn't as prevalent due to the fact that doing such behavior could get his squad captured or even killed or even worse, get him court-martialed for his antics.
28th Dec '15 7:13:53 AM R1ck
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* Denver 'Bull' Randleman from ''BandOfBrothers'', to a certain degree. The other [=NCOs=] tease him for his "folksy wisdom," but when the replacements laugh along, they make it explicitly clear that he is one of the most intelligent men in the company.
** TruthInTelevision

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* Denver 'Bull' Randleman from ''BandOfBrothers'', ''Series/BandOfBrothers'', to a certain degree. The other [=NCOs=] tease him for his "folksy wisdom," but when the replacements laugh along, they make it explicitly clear that he is one of the most intelligent men in the company.
** TruthInTelevision
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18th Dec '15 3:30:48 PM eroock
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->''Our captain has a handicap to cope with, sad to tell.''
->''He's from Georgia, and he doesn't speak the language very well.''

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->''Our ->''"Our captain has a handicap to cope with, sad to tell.''
->''He's from Georgia, and he doesn't speak the language very well.''"''
27th Oct '15 5:22:31 PM StarSword
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* ''Literature/CassandraKresnov: Breakaway'' has Captain Reichardt of the Federation starship ''Mekong'', a fellow with a written-out Texas drawl who gives the protagonist some much-needed help at the climax of the book.


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* At least one ''Webcomic/TerminalLance'' strip on [[NewMeat boots (i.e. fresh Marine recruits)]] complains about how there's ''always'' that one guy with a ten-gallon hat and a Texas drawl.
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25th Aug '15 1:51:43 PM TheMysteriousTroper
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* Denver 'Bull' Randleman from ''BandOfBrothers'', to a certain degree. The other NCOs tease him for his "folksy wisdom," but when the replacements laugh along, they make it explicitly clear that he is one of the most intelligent men in the company.

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* Denver 'Bull' Randleman from ''BandOfBrothers'', to a certain degree. The other NCOs [=NCOs=] tease him for his "folksy wisdom," but when the replacements laugh along, they make it explicitly clear that he is one of the most intelligent men in the company.
30th Jul '15 5:11:25 PM nombretomado
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* Corporal Dunn of ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty: ModernWarfare 2'' has a southern accent, and is a bit less serious about the Rangers' situation than [[SergeantRock Foley]], at least when not under fire. He also has something of a sarcastic streak and displays some disdain towards General Shephard and his "prima donna unit".

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* Corporal Dunn of ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty: ModernWarfare 2'' VideoGame/ModernWarfare2'' has a southern accent, and is a bit less serious about the Rangers' situation than [[SergeantRock Foley]], at least when not under fire. He also has something of a sarcastic streak and displays some disdain towards General Shephard and his "prima donna unit".
26th Jul '15 6:42:56 PM Tehrannotaur
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How this stereotype arose is uncertain, but it is not merely trope but a {{cliche}}. {{Truth in Television}} in the sense that it is a RealLife stereotype, stemming from the fact that there are many military bases in the South, as well as the abundance of Southerners in the military and their penchant for firearms. Compared to fiction, however, it isn't as prevalent due to the fact that doing such behavior could get his squad captured or even killed or even worse, get him court-martialed for his antics.

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How this stereotype arose is uncertain, but it is not merely trope but a {{cliche}}. {{Truth in Television}} in the sense that it is a RealLife stereotype, stemming from the fact that there are many military bases in the South, as well as the abundance of Southerners in the military and their penchant for firearms.firearms and anything military-related. Compared to fiction, however, it isn't as prevalent due to the fact that doing such behavior could get his squad captured or even killed or even worse, get him court-martialed for his antics.
25th Jul '15 2:42:36 PM Tehrannotaur
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How this stereotype arose is uncertain, but it is not merely trope but a {{cliche}}. {{Truth in Television}} in the sense that it is a RealLife stereotype, stemming from the fact that there are many military bases in the South, as well as the abundance of Southerners in the military and their penchant for firearms.

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How this stereotype arose is uncertain, but it is not merely trope but a {{cliche}}. {{Truth in Television}} in the sense that it is a RealLife stereotype, stemming from the fact that there are many military bases in the South, as well as the abundance of Southerners in the military and their penchant for firearms.
firearms. Compared to fiction, however, it isn't as prevalent due to the fact that doing such behavior could get his squad captured or even killed or even worse, get him court-martialed for his antics.
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