Generation Kill

All the Right Moves (659 words)
First posted January 24, 2012.
Nate/Brad. Brad knows guys who would play chess like this.

Don't You Shake Alone (62,188 words)
First posted July 5, 2012.
Nate/Brad babyfic. Nate looked exactly like Brad always pictured him: exhausted in the full life-in-a-combat-zone sense of the word.
Warnings: Explicit sex, PTSD.

The Fine Art of the Combat Jack (1,791 words)
First posted June 6, 2011.
Brad(/Nate). He is as alone and as safe as he can be in a combat zone.
Warning: Explicit sex.

Five Things That Never Happened to Nate Fick (3,151 words)
Written for the fan_flashworks Five Things challenge. First posted March 13, 2012.
Nate/Brad, mostly. To the best of my knowledge Nate has never needed a hooker's help to solve a mystery, played pro hockey, taken Holy Orders, suffered a head injury and woken up in 1973, or survived the apocalypse.
Warning: Death, apocalypse, prostitution, priests, Life on Mars (UK) spoilers.

If He Moves When He Shouldn't (2,398 words)
Written for Slodwick's 50 Smuts of Gray challenge. First posted June 20, 2012.
Nate/Brad. "I distinctly remember informing you that if you left my bed before I was finished with you, I would duct tape you to it."
Warning:Explicit sex, duct tape bondage.

Improvise, Adapt, Overcome (4,449 words)
Written for badsexfest. First posted June 29, 2013.
Nate/Brad. Prompt: PTSD, one of them can't get it up (because of trauma, meds, injury, etc.)
Warning: Explicit sex.

The Moffatt Twp Bridge (568 words)
First posted January 18, 2012.
Gen. Newsflesh Trilogy fusion. Nate was the editor in charge of twenty-two Recon bloggers: Bravo's Channel Two (Observe Everything. Admire Nothing.).
Warning: Zombies.

Oasis (1,386 words)
Written for the fan_flashworks Elusive or Ephemeral challenge. First posted January 20, 2013.
Nate/Mike. It didn't seem strange. It seemed perfectly normal.

One to Grow On (2,173 words)
Written for YAGKYAS 2011, for cubicality. First appeared December 20, 2011.
Brunmeier/Bryan. Happy fucking birthday.

Participant Observer (1,025 words)
First posted September 27, 2011.
Gen. Sergeant Colbert catches Evan literally with his pants down on their first night in Iraq.

Probably Your Girl (2,827 words)
Written for the fan_flashworks Drag challenge. First posted April 30, 2012.
Walt/Ray. So the first thing Ray said to Walt's tits was, "Dude, you know I wasn't serious, right?"
Warning: Explicit sex.

Santa Is Here, Sleighbells Are Ringing (6,237 words)
First posted December 13, 2011.
Brad/Nate. "I don't know why you're even fighting me on this. Santa is the most recon motherfucker who ever lived."
Warning: Explicit sex.

The Shadow That You're Standing On (19,017 words)
First posted September 20, 2011.
Nate/Brad. When Brad takes Nate home to meet his parents, Nate recognizes his own father in a pre-adoption baby picture of Brad.
Warning: Explicit sex.

Still Afloat (3,179 words)
Written for the "sunburn" square in cottoncandy_bingo. First posted September 24, 2012.
Nate/Brad. He flicks a fingernail against the center of Nate's chest, and Nate's whole body jerks from the zing of bright, prickling pain.
Warning: Explicit sex, sunburn painplay.

The Strength of the Wolf Is the Pack (9,428 words)
First posted April 30, 2013.
Rudy/Pappy and Vernon Boyd/Erica Reyes, Teen Wolf crossover. "Uncle Rudy," Erica said, "it's me."
Warning: Werewolf violence.

Tactical Shit (2,498 words)
Written for the fan_flashworks Amnesty/Anywhere But Here challenge. First posted April 1, 2012.
Gen, Vorkosigan Saga crossover. Brad Colbert, Piotr Vorkosigan. One real recon. Anywhere but here.

This Is the Worst Trip (2,455 words)
Written for the fan_flashworks Do-Over challenge. First posted April 9, 2012.
Brad/Ray, Ray/other. "Well," Brad says, trying to think logically about an impossible affliction based on a movie about Bill Murray and a rodent. "What have you tried so far?"
Warnings: References to sex, death, despair, and generally self-destructive behavior.

Tiptoe Through Our Shiny City (5,795 words)
Written for riverlight for YAGKYAS 2013. First appeared December 22, 2013.
Nate/Brad. "If you don't let me come to Boston because the kids will think I'm your boyfriend then the kids who think I'm your boyfriend have already won."
Warning: Homophobic language.

White Hats (6,953 words)
Written for dome_epais for YAGKYAS 2012. First appeared December 21, 2012.
Nate/Brad, Curse Workers fusion. "Every day's your lucky day when you work for the LMD, Ray," Brad said blandly.

Every Marine a Wolfbrother

Modern-day fusion with A Companion to Wolves.

Which in Your Case You Have Not Got (8,991 words)
First posted July 13, 2011.
Gen. A conversation about shitting leads to Evan learning a lot about how Second Platoon really works.

What to Do After Firing (14,196 words)
First posted August 1, 2011.
Ray/OMCs, Brad/Ray. Pendleton, November 2000. Ray and Navi have their first multiple breeding, and Brad and Frost look after them when it's over.
Warning: Dubiously consensual gangbang of the soul-bonded wolf in heat variety, not entirely offscreen. Explicit and explicitly consensual sex onscreen.

Today We Have Naming (428 words)
First posted January 16, 2012.
Gen. January 2001. "Don't do this to your Ray-Ray, Navi."

You Just Brace and You Breathe (21,751 words)
First posted November 22, 2011.
Nate/Brad, mostly. Afghanistan, December 2001. Bo meets Frost, and then Nate meets Brad.
Warning: Dubiously consensual sex of the soul-bonded wolf in heat variety, onscreen, variously unpleasant.

Today We Have Naming (Camp Matilda Remix) (1,190 words)
First posted September 7, 2012.
Gen. February 2003. Six out of seven wasn't bad.

When We Used to Sing (1,354 words)
First posted August 22, 2011.
Gen. Bo didn't hate her MOPP as much as most wolves did during the day.

You Drive Through the Dust (117,385 words)
First posted October 14-18, 2013.
Nate/Brad, Nate/OFC, Brad/Ray, Nate/Mike, Rudy/Pappy, Stafford/Christeson. August 2002-August 2003. Nate and Bo take their platoon to war and bring them home again.
Warnings: Explicit sex, dubiously consensual soul-bonded wolf in heat sex, animal harm, puppy death, child harm.

Find Me One (10,685 words)
First posted October 19, 2013.
Evan/OFC. Evan leaves Bravo Two, but he doesn't quite get away.