Baby Yoda aka The Child is the breakout star from the new Star Wars show “The Mandalorian” on Disney+.
He’s known all around the galaxy and now even the United States Army is on board with the adorable green tot.
In a photo posted to the US Army’s Twitter account on Thursday, an M1 Abrams armored tank has been marked “Baby Yoda” in preparation for Defender Europe 20, which is the “largest exercise of U.S. based military forces in Europe.”
#MayTheForceBeWithYou!@3rd_Infantry M1 Abrams armored track vehicles are aligned and ready for inventory after loading operations concluded on the American Roll-On Roll-Off vessel, for #DefenderEurope 20 in Savannah, Ga.
— U.S. Army (@USArmy) February 20, 2020
This is something you wouldn’t want the real “Baby Yoda” playing with considering he has a tendency to push buttons.
Good luck to “Baby Yoda” and the United States Army in the exercises and may the soup and the Force be with you.
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Source: U.S Army on Twitter, and Task and Purpose
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