Tag Archives: U.S. Military

urban DICTIONARY Entry #4 – w/o Character Limits

Cluster Fuck As an integral part of modern infantry training specifically regarding the single file movement of troops, afoot or on patrol was an oft-heard admonition to “Keep your interval!“ The interval or space between infantry soldiers on the move … Continue reading

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Some Time Between Breakfast And Lunch

“Breakfast” and “Lunch” were code words used during Operation Menu – the secret U.S. bombing of Cambodia during the Vietnam War. I’m sorry I can’t give a more detailed historical account but, as of this writing, some of the data … Continue reading

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Gays in the Military

  FW: Military Quote of the day (or: The Bumfight at OK Corral) Note to self: Military Quote Of The Day “When I joined the military it was illegal to be homosexual, then it became optional, and now it’s legal. … Continue reading

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