Dragon Ball Z has changed the lives of many people, mostly those under the age of 30. However, it seems that Goku and his friends have also inspired the men and women in charge of protecting the United States.
In a Tweet released by the U.S. Department of Defense, showcases their brave Marine's love for Goku. This was completed with a Tweet saying KA-ME-HA-ME-HAAAAA! Which is the iconic finishing attack of Goku that every Dragon Ball fan has tried to do in real life at some
The caption was then complemented with an image of U.S. Marines training in Queensland, Australia. The Tweet showed soldiers firing what seems to be a Carl Gustav rocket launcher, out at sea. I suppose the explosive power and the fiery discharge of the weapon, does somewhat resemble the energy attack of Goku’s Kamehameha wave. Although it most likely lacks the power that Goku’s does, instead; this weapon probably has a similar power level of a Yamcha’s Kamehameha wave. That said, the Carl Gustav isn’t weak, it just isn’t as strong as Goku’s full power Kamehameha wave.
In addition, that means that there are twelve people who trained and can use the Kamehameha wave and they are Goku, Goku Black, Gohan, Goten, Trunks, Tien, Krillin, Yamcha, Master Roshi, Cell, Grampa Gohan and now The United States Defense Force. I’d hate to be the one lining up against those marines now, especially after learning that technique.
Maybe instead of resurrecting Freeza to fight for Universe 7 in the Tournament of Power in Dragon Ball Super, Goku and Gohan should have recruited the U.S. Defense Force. Although it may be a little too early for that, as Goku is probably waiting to see a couple Super Saiyan’s flying around first.
You can read up on the synopsis for Dragon Ball Super's current arc below:0comments
"According to an invitation that Goku gets, Zen-Oh (Omni King) is starting a martial arts tournament between all the universes called "Chikara no Taikai" (Tournament of Power). But it is the beginning of universal destruction. Something awaits the winners and losers of this tournament. What will become of this fierce team battle between each universe's elite warriors?"
Dragon Ball Super's “Universal Survival” saga is part of the recent simulcast agreement that sites like Crunchyroll and Funimation have scored. Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. Toonami airs the English dub on Adult Swim Saturdays at 11:30 p.m.