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Marine Corps refers to what the junior enlisted are saying or feeling; a more informed rumor mill. Common housing unit used on long-term deployments on built-up bases. The relationship between Assange and The intercept makes it impossible to see the organization's publication of an intrinsically flawed smear piece aimed at Assange as anything other than a deep betrayal. The fundamental problem facing The Intercept is not ultimately about how or why the outlet published a smear specifically timed to cut support away from Assange, even though that is in and of itself despicable. Unless you spend your career on your knees sucking the chain-of-command's dick. First of all Snowden revelations constitute a blow but not a knockout for all NSA activities against really serious opponents.
Marine Corps had a 90 day reservist option that allowed a Marine to enlist, do boot camp, then return to civilian life without attending advanced schooling to finish high school. Navy Term used to designate something as "All hands", or pertinent to everyone. Usually used by air traffic controllers to designate one transmission as pertinent to all aircraft on frequency. S The time 72 or 96 hours, respectively given to a military member for liberty on holidays or special occasions. Tight incoming ground A [ edit ] A-gang U.
Army's XIV Corps, from its distinctive acorn cap badge. Admiral of the Narrow Seas International, 18th Century An officer who has just thrown up in the lap of his neighbor. Admiral's eighth RN, 18h Century Admiral's share of any booty or prize seized by his command. Admiralty ham RN, circa Tinned fish. Same as "Hooah," used in the U. Army 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. Based on an American Indian war cry.
See also "Ie-yee-ah" air bear U. Derogatory term for a pilot or aircrew. Air Force mittens U. Front pockets of BDU pants. Derogatory term used to describe Airborne-designated division or brigade-level units, i. Can also be shortened to simply "Airplane". When used in garrison it is a friendly farewell.
When used in combat situations it generally means that the person on the other end of the barrel is being wished a not-so-kind farewell. An alphabetical list by last name of all personnel within a unit. Air Force Academy, so called because of the metal's use in the architecture of the campus. Marine Corps Reference to U. Navy Any Chief Petty Officer, whose insignia is an anchor. Term used following a particular period of time to reference how many complete days or watches plus the time spent on the last day leaving a service member has before a tour of duty or field evolution is complete, e.
UH Black Hawk helicopter. Named for its inability to stay in the air. Also Known as a "Crash Hawk" army proof U. Air Force Explained in very simple, easy to understand terms; often with pictures. Derived from "Fool Proof" army strawberries U.
Return to what you were doing. The second version is to acknowledge that the order was given in error, particularly during drill. See also "belay my last". Asses and Elbows U. A state in which everyone is busy, such as while cleaning. A slow or stupid servicemember; references the military's ASVAB intelligence and skills entrance test, the results of which were allegedly waived to allow enlistment of said servicemember.
Relax; also, "As you were. Also used to describe a Soldier who has little or no Military Bearing. Attend B Singapore Written in abbreviated form as ATTN B; personnel excused from strenuous or physical training, but are otherwise required to be present for the training or class and allowed light duties. Air Force used to describe when a flight or other marching formation executes a maneuver such as a flank or column movement without the commander issuing the order for such a movement.
Normally done during training to avoid an obstacle, such as a tree or MTI. Slang for the flight suit worn by aircrew members. The name refers to the act of dragging every thing out of ones bag while in formation bag nasty U. The name given to the fast food options in chow halls, i.
Also common reference for MRE's. In the Air Force, commonly a reference to pre-packed Flight Lunches intended for aircrew or personnel whose duties do not allow them to go to the chow hall to eat their meals. Also see Box Nasty. A problematic or intractable situation. Highly derogatory, typically used to describe a Soldier whose uniform wear is unsatisfactory, as in "Private Smith, you look like a bag of smashed asshole".
Can also be used in a more general sense to describe anything that is heavily damaged or poor in appearance. Term for midnight on a hour clock since it looks like four balls , "My watch is from balls to eight". To go as fast as possible. From aviation and nautical; pushing all engine throttle levers toward firewall.
Full throttle causing the ball weights of the engine governor to open outward toward the walls. Derogatory term for a female Marine. Army A low ranking soldier, usually a private, who think he or she knows the law and gives poor legal advise.
A service member unwilling or financially unable to go "out in town" during liberty. Military issued eyeglasses, typically first issued in basic training, noted for their unappealing appearance which would prevent attracting members of the opposite sex.
An A Thunderbolt or similar aircraft that uses laser guided missiles or other laser guided rounds to destroy objects. The general term for all types of supplies. Slang for "do some push-ups" and is commonly used in recruit training. Based on a badly dressed, mentally retarded character in the soap opera Crossroads. Similar to "as you were". An isolated deployment, or any other extremely isolated or distant location; pejorative.
Big Fucking Hammer- When referring to a hard to do mechanical job: Blinding flash of the obvious. Sometimes used as a geographical reference point in tactical radio communication: Refers to the wrench used on generators to tighten the grounding nut. Marine Corps and U. Navy Big Gray Boat. Refers to large ships, e. A sick note from the medical centre excusing a Soldier from PT.
Big Chicken Dinner U. Bad Conduct Discharge, the less severe of the two types of punitive discharge that may be awarded by court martial the more severe being a dishonorable discharge. Big Dick Contest U. An argument that amounts to who's done or experienced more in terms of training or combat. This name is usually used to further emphasize an uncomfortable situation, as in "I've got a three-hour date 12 mile road march at Army The Army's administration, especially when it fails to work in the Soldiers' favor.
Big Green Weenie U. Marine Corps The fictitious dick that is said to have been at work whenever Marines get screwed over. Big Red One U. Army The First Infantry Division, so noted for the unit insignia of a single red 1. Big White One U. A pre-briefed amount of fuel for an aircraft that would allow a safe return to the base of intended landing. In combat, may refer to an air-to-air missile; strategic context implies an ICBM.
Bird, Ball and Chain U. Canada A traitorous or untrustworthy person; one who would betray you or "stab you in the back. Involves covering the head and arms of the target with a blanket to prevent fighting back or identification of the attackers while a beating is administered.
Any storeman even if he doesn't deal with blankets. Also applied to the Royal Logistic Corps in general, even though their duties include everything from catering to bomb-disposal as well as storekeeping.
Derived from the French term for barely-cooked steak, symbolizing a "raw" recruit. Large, black rubber bag used to carry POL on flatbed trailers to resupply forward units. Army Air Corps WW2-era. The standard definition is, "What you get when you put 2 gallons of shit in a one gallon container. Civilian life before enlisting. Example "Oh, you think you're back on the block? Bloggins Canada Name used to show examples during lectures i.
Suggested by the sound it made upon firing. Navy The directive, given as a snipe hunt compare 'pad-eye cleaner' , that new sub crewmembers are often given in a false emergency.
Many tanks on-board submarines are pressurized with compressed air and "blown" overboard. These tanks are usually identified by abbreviations or acronyms and always require permission before being "blown". The phrase "Bravo Foxtrot" is also used and has the same meaning. New recruits have their heads shaved and the particularly white recruit's head look blue due to the blood vessels. Pejorative probably deliberately similar to "blowjob". Navy, Marines Anyone who has served above the Arctic Circle or has participated in a ceremony similar to the Shellback ceremony See Shellback blue force U.
A friendly fire incident. Air Force A general term for active duty Air Force personnel, often used when distinguishing between a mixed environment of Air Force active duty and Department of Defense civilians and contractors. Air Force and U. Occasionally Navy Dress and Winter Blue uniforms, which are actually black.
Air Force A pair of Airmen who frequently leave base together in their dress blues during training. Also refers to the Battalion Motor Officer in a mechanized unit boat 1. Naval Aviation A ship on which aircraft is landed. Army First generation Minefield Clearing Line Charge which was literally a small boat that was dragged behind a towing vehicle. The current version is mounted on a trailer. Navy Derogatory term used by the aviation community for any member of a ship's company.
Bobo Singapore A Soldier who cannot hit his target on the rifle range. Stupid or pointless, "Well that was a bone question" Bones U. Any military doctor, especially in the Navy.
Probably derived from Sawbones. Marine Corps A term which generally distinguishes Corporal ranked senior Marines in authority over lower grade Marines. It comes from the idea that they should grab a bolo and attack hand-to-hand.
Navy A nuclear ballistic missile submarine, or personnel serving aboard same. Air Force An enlisted aircrew member serving on either a KC 'Stratotanker' or KC 'Extender' primarily responsible for refueling other aircraft in flight.
Derived from "boom operator. Make sure you bring plenty of shells for the boomstick. A new join to a particular unit, probably coming from Boot Camp see below. This person often has an overly enthusiastic yet naive disposition. Navy Initial training of new recruits. Royal Marines, from the leather stock they used to wear around their necks same origin as Leathernecks for the U. Marine Corps Combat boots and utility uniform, minus the blouse; sometimes used for physical training or working in hot environments.
Marine Corps and Canada Elastic straps or coiled springs used to roll trouser legging under at the boot and simulate tucking into the boot itself; used in blousing boots. Applies especially to desk-bound female enlisted. Originally comes from the U. Air Force, where it was slang for a fatal crash, wherein the "farm" referred to the small plot of land at the cemetery where the individual was laid to rest, then generally any KIA G.
Issue sleeping bag Boss U. Informal yet respectful address for an officer - especially used in situations where disclosure of military status is not advisable. Navy A term used, sometimes derogatorily, for a Supply Officer. The term implies that all a Supply Officer does is go around the warehouse kicking boxes, doing no other work.
Top-ranking officers; The Powers That Be. Any combat hat that does not provide protection. Navy Describes a Sailor or Marine who often frequents the brig military jail , typically as a prisoner. A Soldier with a medical condition that would hinder the Soldier's ability to perform certain tasks; alternatively, equipment that is not operationally ready.
Army The 3rd Infantry Division crest, a blue square with three diagonal white stripes. Army Army talk for 'sweep'. Brown Water Navy U. The fleet of riverine vessels - fast patrol boats, amphibious. Coast Guard cutters and the like - which had been deployed to control the rivers and coasts of Vietnam during the Vietnam War , so noted for the mud-brown color of the water. Today any such riverine naval force. When the Air Force became independent, black shoes replaced the brown shoes worn by the Army at that time.
Also refers to U. Navy Things and people related to the naval aviation community. From the time when brown shoes were authorized only for aviation ratings and officers. US A metaphorical scatological reference describing a panicked reaction. A play on red star cluster ; the humorous implication being that the subject's frightened defecation serves as a substitute distress call.
US Alternately, can refer to warning or signalling others that things being said or done are "bullshit". Royal Air Force pilots, who were renowned for wearing brylcreem on their hair "A little dab'll do ya! Navy used during flight operations. In air exercises, it is common to "spike" or lock onto a friendly without engaging. This causes the targeted aircraft's defense systems to warn of active targeting.
Suppose you were fighting in an exercise as blue air with opposing red air trying to shoot you. If you got notification on your RWR that an aircraft had locked you, you would want to know if it was from red air or just your wingman.
This term was used, somewhat incorrectly, in the movie The Incredibles. Army Referring to a newly promoted Sergeant E Can be used in different contexts, good or demeaning. Buckshee equipment or ammunition is outside the normal accounting system and is often bartered by those who find themselves in possession of it.
The origin and nature of the stores determines whether this is a serious. From World War One, when spare bits of shaving soap where called "buckshees". Big Ugly Fat Fucker. Big Ugly Fat Fellow. Slang for the B 'Stratofortress'. Navy In boot camp, a company group of recruits who are incapable of performing any task correctly, regardless of the rewards or consequences. Generally the individuals who make up these companies will leave boot camp in top physical shape, because they are always being punished with physical training, also known as "cycling".
The nickname given to the powdered drink served with MRE's on onboard ships. Virtually any powdered, artificially flavored, juice-like substance served in the mess hall of almost any group male environment from Scout Camp through the Military.
Navy, Marines, RCN The interior structural divider of a ship; used ashore to refer to the interior walls of a building, as well. An infantryman, MOS 11B "Eleven Bulletstopper" most commonly the point man of an infantry fire team who is usually the first member of the team to engage, or be engaged by, the enemy.
Navy Senior junior officer of the rank of Ensign o-1 in a ship's compliment. The bull Ensign often is tasked by the Commanding Officer with unsavory tasks that other junior officers would rather avoid. Bullshit flag, throwing the U. Challenging the factual accuracy of another's statement. Refers to the stereotypical seaman's homosexuality. Paperwork, especially useless paperwork; comes from bum fodder i. Pockets, from the perception that members of the German Army often walk around with their hands in them prohibited in most NATO armed services - including the Bundeswehr.
Because you're holding your candle. A second lieutenant or ensign , in reference to the rank insignia - a single gold bar. Air Force Term used to refer to the two-striped chevron of Airman First Class , usually awarded to a six-year enlistee immediately after his technical school or to a four-year enlistee after 10 months in the rank of Airman also see "dragonfly wings". Air Force Ammo troops. Now it's time for some COCK!!
Air Force A "tool" that a new or troublesome Airman is sent to find for that "little bit extra" of cable needed to finish a run. Primarily used in Communication career fields. In Canada, term also used to indicate youth cadets of all branches.
See also "cadink", below. Air Force Slang term for an officer cadet. Slightly less pejorative than "cadidiot". Navy A mop bucket. Named after the mop squeezer, which resembles a Cadillac grill. Coalition Forces A toilet facility, a. Army Slang term used to identify cadets in the U. Military Academy that briefly train with Regular Army officers.
The dot refers to their rank. Army Slang term used for Military Police corrections soldiers. Marines Camouflage utility uniform. Connecticut University of Nautical Technology.
Air Force used when identifying parking spaces or areas reserved for officers with the rank of O-6 "bird" Colonel cannon cocker U. Coast Guard Gunner's Mate. Jocular when used by graduates, pejorative when used by outsiders. Army Airborne An item new recruits are sent to find; a form of snipe hunt. Refers to an imaginary set of lights to attach to a parachute canopy for use during night jumps. Is the military equivalent to the civilian Jodies in cadences, and always a tough guy.
Illustrated in the song lyrics: Army, Canada A helmetband with two pieces of luminous. Army A hole dug in the ground in which to defecate. CBed Canada confined to barracks, a form of punishment.
Clear as a Fucking Bell, i. Army Pretty much anyone in the Adjutant General's Corps, referring to someone who works a desk, in comparison to an Airborne Ranger.. During the Vietnam era also referred to as "Remington's Raiders" a reference to the manufacturer of a popular brand of typewriter. Army A specific aircraft load, especially a group of airborne Soldiers which deploy from a single aircraft, typically a platoon for air assaults, or company-minus.
Originates from Vietnam War practice of chalking identifying marks on aircraft sides involved in such operations. NATO phonetic alphabet for the letter C. Charlie Gulf One U.
The standard phrase of U. A minimum security military prison for lesser offenses; Usually no more than a fenced-in barracks building and small surrounding area.
Sentences to the CCF are Usually as a result of an Article 15 and are generally not career-ending in nature. Also "Charlie Charlie Foxtrot", from phonetic alphabet. Manual field artillery firing calculations performed with paper charts , pencil, and pins darts check six U.
Air Force Term for "watch out behind you" or "watch your ass", based on looking for enemy aircraft or missiles to the rear 6 o-clock position. Army A suck-up or brown-noser.
Air Force A rat or tattletale, usually someone who runs to the commander or other ranking member to get another in trouble. Marine Corps To do something with minimal effort. As in "He cheesedicked his way through it. Marine Corps A form of snipe hunt. To have a new Marine search for obviously non-existent batteries for chemical light sticks. New recruit still in Basic Training, or newly-minted service member officer or enlisted just arrived at first duty assignment after completion of training.
Another term to describe ribbons or medals that are worn. It can be pejorative or appreciative, depending on Usage. Comes from "chewed up" Chicken colonel U. A full colonel, named for the eagle insignia. Also known as "full bull," "Full bird," or "Bird colonel" as opposed to "light colonel," which is a lieutenant colonel. The familiar form of address for any U. Army warrant officer or U. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer. Also, a section leader in the U. Army, and a familiar term for Chief Master Sergeant, the highest enlisted rank in the U.
Chief of Smoke U. The senior enlisted man of an artillery battery or platoon, after the First Sergeant , the "Chief of Firing Battery". Navy Senior enlisted man onboard a submarine, responsible for manning, training, order and discipline of the enlisted crew. In this position, the man is often casually referred to passively and in-person as "COB". Pejorative term dating back to World War 2, used by Soldiers of the 2nd AIF to imply incompetence on the part of Reservists who in their view were 'Chocolate Soldiers', likely to melt at the first application of the 'heat of battle'.
Choggy UK a citizen of Afghanistan. Navy particularly used by Reactor Department personnel on Nimitz-class aircraft carriers A derogatory term for the Airmen airdales attached to the various. Chow keng Singapore Malingerer. Air Force A trainee in basic training that announces their respective flight into the dining facility.
Pronounced "C-H-T" or "chit". CHT is Usually found splashing across ship's head floors because the designated ship's crew Usually aren't real excited about fixing a toilet problem. Common housing unit used on long-term deployments on built-up bases. Army Onion Soup, because it looks like what you get when you fill an ashtray with water. Battalion Canada Play on Service Battalion Logistics and Supply due to the excessive number of tents used in its deployment and the general state of coordination among its personnel.
Generally pejorative, when used outside the company of said personnel. So named for its propensity to collect "misfits", and therefore to become a "Circus. Army Containerized Kitchen used for preparing and serving meals in the field. It is in reference to the red, sand filled barrels used to verify that small arms are unloaded before turn in.
Soldiers preparing to turn in weapons line up and dry fire their rifles into the barrel. See also "regimental groundsheet". ARMY The time of day when all scheduled training and administrative work stops. The unit's senior NCO may hold a formation at this time. During this formation, guidance is given to the enlisted members, the unit commander may publish information and the unit is released. However, some members of the unit, especially maintenance crews, may continue working.
Also called end of day. An ironic play on " Club Med ". Also used as a slang term to describe the area effect nature of artillery or cluster bombs. Military Commanding Officer cock holster U. Military one's mouth, as in "Everybody, shut your cock holsters and listen up.
Military Derogatory term for promiscuous female aircrew, generally Army or Marine referring to Air Force female crew members. May derive from cock-up. National Guard Catered meals served in lieu of meals prepared by Army cooks. Colonel Sanders Award U. Army See "KP", below. Command Private Major U.
Army Derogatory slang for the rank of Specialist E Commo In reference to communications equipment or those who operate them. Navy, Marines A staircase.
From the term for a ladder or staircase aboard a ship. Company grade weather U. Air Force Exceptionally poor weather; all the senior pilots sit the day out and let the junior company grade guys who are still trying to build hours fly in the bad weather. The term refers to the cone shape of the sonar bow cap. Navy and Air Force A naval term referencing the Conning Tower; where the Conning Team gives navigational instructions for a ship conns the vessel.
When the CO Commanding Officer leaves the bridge, the next in rank takes charge of manning the ship. That person has the Conn. The term is also used in other fields to refer to a commanding officer who upon leaving his post his duties fall to the next ranking person. Marine Corps A high-gloss dress shoe, typically made of plastic rather than leather to enhance gloss and eliminate the need for polishing.
From the resemblance of the badge in shape and color to the breakfast cereal. By extension from 1 , a new recruit.
By extension from 1 , the Canadian Forces insignia in general. Informal address for a Corporal or Lance-Corporal. Refers to the perception of more relaxed standards of military discipline, and the generally less spartan living conditions for cadets, at the AFA as compared to the other academies.
Military headgear of any type. Reference to RAF personnel crabs Singapore Reference to senior officers of rank major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel, whose rank insignias are respectively one, two, or three State Crests, the outline of each resembling a crab. United Kingdom Refers to the British Royal Air Force , due to the blue uniform being the same colour of the powder used to treat crabs.
Sometimes used to dismiss a warrant officer who is noted for being very arrogant and proliferate in the use of his authority. Navy An enlisted Sailor who is doing temporary duty in a ship's galley. Cranking can be occasionally used as a method of EMI. SAS or Parachute Regiment describing other regiments in the British Army as less than elite, derived from the distinctive SAS and Parachute berets which are different in color to every other regiment. Army Term used by a Tank Crewman to describe a dismounted infantry Soldier, derived from the sound that they make when the tank rolls over them.
Army a rear-detachment unit, Usually full of Soldiers who are unable to deploy due to medical or legal issues. Close Station, March Order. Collect [your] shit and move out. Air Force The flat garrison cap , the kind often seen tucked under a shoulder epaulet in the movies.
Particularly descriptive of the female version of this cap discontinued in the late 's, which had an inverted fold in the crown. Also called "piss cutter". Term generally used by drill instructors to create a sense of dominance over recruits, e. Navy a small increment as in, "Move that a cunt hair to the right.
Navy or "getting cycled" In boot camp, the act of being "beat" by your company commanders via strenuous. Cycling normally occurs after a member or the entire company has made an error of some kind either in drilling, training, etc.
Cycling has no time limit, it lasts as long as desired by the company commander s , and it can include any physical training that has been imagined. Oftentimes company commanders will make their recruits put on multiple layers of clothing, while closing windows and turning off fans, etc. Lore states of "rain makers", company commanders often rumored to be in charge of other units who will make guest appearances at cycles in an effort to achieve the results of "raining indoors", due to the fact that the sweat from the recruits will cause condensation to build in the room and leak down from the ceilings.
See tekan and quarterdecking. The Dining Facility pron: Air Force Desk, 4 Drawers. Aircraft type flown by most of the U. Oh he drives flies a D4D! Marine; as compared to a "light-green". Becoming an archaic term; sometimes perceived as offensive. Army dumb ass tanker. The first day of basic training.
Dead Man Walking U. Death Jet DJ U. The name was so given because the fighter jet was prestigious. Deck Worldwide Navy, Marines The floor on a ship; also used while ashore for the ground or a floor.
Deck-Ape Navy, Marines Naval term used to signify a "boatswain's mate" on a ship who is in charge of anchors, moorings, lines, rope etc. A non-military spouse so obese as to shame or draw into question their significant others decision making capabilities.
Named so due to their perceived propensity to marry servicemen in order to secure their paycheck and government benefits for themselves.
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