Joe Bloggins


Joe Bloggins

Joe Bloggins, or "Private Bloggins", is a hypothetical Canadian soldier referred to in training, often when giving a cautionary example of incompetence leading to misfortune. Earlier references to Seaman Bloggins occur in the Royal Canadian Navy.Fact|date=February 2007

See also

* Private Snafu
* Tommy Atkins
* Joe Bloggs


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