"By arrangement with the U.S. Navy's international distributor, EURPAC, Shout! Factory has also created a specially-packaged edition of McHale's Navy exclusively for Naval bases worldwide."
Now, I'm sure McHale's Navy is very popular with the U.S. Navy; it is to them what Sergeant Bilko was to the Army and Gomer Pyle to the Marines. But we're talking about a special, officially-approved edition of a television series that seems to convey the following message: You can be a layabout, a con man, or in Ernest Borgnine's physical condition, and you'll still win every battle.
I don't know if they've thought this through, is all.
Speaking of McHale's Navy, one of the writers, Danny Arnold (Barney Miller, Bewitched, That Girl) went on to create a series based on the movie The Wackiest Ship in the Army, about the crew of a creaky old schooner that somehow winds up being given an important assignment during WWII. Wackiest Ship, however, was an hour-long show instead of a half-hour, and Arnold sort of made it a precusor to what would later be called dramedy, with a mix of McHale's-ish comedy and more serious war material than McHale's usually did. It only lasted one season, but I wish someone would re-run it.