Usually announced over the 1MC — "Navy Exchange Mobile Canteen is on the pier" or at great risk to the announcer: "The Roach Coach is making its approach.". The first Sailor to smile loses and is required to buy a round. Family Gram: A 40-word personal communication from the family members of an Officer or Sailor on a Strategic Deterrent Patrol assigned to a Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) submarine. Two of these are blindfolded. The day at sea has long been divided into watches, which are called: Midwatch or Balls to 4 (0000 to 0400); morning or rev (reveille) watch (0400 to 0800); forenoon watch (0800 to 1200); afternoon watch (1200 to 1600); dog watches (1600-1800 and 1800-2000); and the first watch (2000 to 2400). Marine Mattress: A female who likes to "socialize" with the Marines. The F-14 Tomcat was also widely accepted. A similar system was used for surface ships. pants, cot) are to be … They have small, useless metal handles on the side, and are perfectly sized so that one has to turn them at an angle to get through a knee knocker without grazing one's knuckles. LDOs need their Good Conduct ribbons every bit as much as Linus needs his security blanket. Both types of LSO are referred to as "Paddles.". FOAD: Acronym, Fuck Off And Die, traditional response to MARF see below. The Pond: The Deep Blue Sea. Aviators say "Live by the gouge, excel by the gouge. R.O.A.D. War Chicken: A derogatory term for the Special Warfare Insignia earned by Navy SEALS. Warrants are competitively selected from the senior (E7–E9) enlisted ranks. Usually takes the form of "Hey, did you hear (insert ship name here) had a fire in their main machinery room and can't get underway so our cruise got extended by a month?" 1. KVAR: "Shows up as an apparent load on the system but does no actual work." Wet Willie: Joke played on a sleeping sailor by licking a finger, and sticking it into the unsuspecting sleeping sailor's ear to mimic the feel of a penis being inserted into the ear, usually met with several groans by onlookers. This person would be given the title of "Honorary S.N.O.B.". DDG: Destroyer, Guided Missile, class of ship. Workups: 1- to 6-week periods preceding a deployment during which the ship and/or its airwing practice and prepare. Baby Killer: An obscenely large wrench/screwdriver. The washer or nut spins wildly due to the high pressure of the steam. Dammit: Proper way to read an exclamation point quietly. Why is Q Always Followed by a U?. Pogue: A homosexual who may be called a "twink", usually under-aged. See "air wing.". So called due to the number of fires that have broken out on board ship. SSBN: Submarine, Ballistic Missile, Nuclear, class of ship. Precursor to Yellow Shirt. B.O.H.I.C.A. Sucking Sarah: Derogatory term used to describe the USS Saratoga (CV-60), also called ", Summer Creases: A term used to mock someone with a wrinkled shirt. Sea Warrior: Used by naval personnel whom have never set foot on a ship, usually in response to being called shipmate. Also called Vitamin M and Grunt Candy, the latter especially when dispensed to Marines. Ditty-bop: A Radioman or Cryptologic Technician Collection (CTR), from the sound of Morse code. WESTPAC: While this usually refers to the western Pacific area of operations, it can also refer to a type of deployment in which a unit heads to multiple locations throughout said area. Auxiliary data. definition of - senses, usage, synonyms, thesaurus. Liberty Boat: Boat assigned to transfer sailors to and from their ship when in a port that requires the ship to drop anchor instead of pulling pierside. Strikers are sailors that enlist without a guaranteed rate (job), with the intention of floating around until they find a department where they fit in. M.A.S.H. Also COMHOUSE, COMHOME, CINCHOME, HOUSEPAC, etc. Bilge Water: Something spoken that is nonsense or ridiculous. Skateboard: A clipboard full of random papers carried as a skating prop, to provide a visual "excuse" for wandering around the ship. (Often pronounced "A-wis."). Pictures of bare-assed drunken aviators standing on the blue tile during port calls are highly prized keepsakes. Bitching Betty: The recorded or computer generated female voice heard in an aviator's headset when something is not as it should be. Ricky Lawnmower: Nailclippers, used to trim stray threads from uniforms. PQS: Personnel Qualification Standards, a card carrying various qualifications for a warfare badge or similar. "Go grease the donkey dick. The hostess will expect some entertainment (dancing, dinner, etc.). “Get Fucked or Fuck-Off” from your Navy equals and lower in rank. Down: Not working, out of commission, broken, "broke-dick." Donut: A floating device used to store oily waste pumped out of the bilges in port. Read about the latest tech news and developments from our team of experts, who provide updates on the new gadgets, tech products & services on the horizon. Sliders: Mess deck/chow hall hamburgers/cheeseburgers, so named for their high grease content and purported ability to 'slide' through the alimentary canal. ", Piece: Rifle, as used in manual-of-arms (rifle drill). Hatch: A closure in the deck, commonly watertight, on a Naval vessel. Sometimes spelled C-6U11, Z-6UL1 or various. WAVES: Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Services. Usually used among those who aren't particularly pleased with shipboard life. See "Chub Club.". Originally used in reference to the daily order for a ship underway to go out past the 50-mile-from-shore line in order to legally pump oily water from bilges and dump trash, this can no longer be done. See "Irish Pennant.". Tweek and Peak: To fine tune something (uniform, rack, hair, etc); usually for inspection preparation. [6] Recognising that there are many definitions, he goes on to say, "Among the many descriptions of slang, one thing is common, it is a long way from mainstream English". Cadillac: A mop bucket, usually with wheels and a wringer. You know that is unauthorized." Like many such measures, this fooled absolutely nobody. Taken from the Supply Corps' porkchop-shaped insignia. Green Side: The figurative side one is stationed at if one is stationed at a Marine Corps Command; contrasted with the "Blue Side" (Naval Command). Common departments are combat systems (combination of some operations/weapons department divisions) supply, admin, deck, engineering, operations, and maintenance. WEFT: Typically it stands for "Wings, Exhaust (or Engine, for prop aircraft), Fuselage, Tail" and is a method by which ship's lookout stations can visually identify aircraft within the vicinity. Dilbert often paid dearly for his ignorance, lack of attention to detail, or carelessness. Term used to describe a sailor who has just failed out of a rather difficult A-School (Nuc, ET, AT) and will now head to the fleet (and obvious deployment) undesignated. Crow happy: Newly appointed petty officers that are drunk with rank, think they are in charge, and can order subordinates around. See also WESTPAC/LANTPAC widow. Can be used with varying inflection and tone without consequence to signify enthusiasm or disgruntlement without stepping outside the bounds of professionalism. Also called drift-pack, or in the very extreme case "COMNAVDRIFTLANT/PAC", a parody of COMNAVSURFLANT/PAC. See also "SOS," "Shit on a Shingle.". See also "Blue Shirt. Stepping out: When a junior sailor often gets into a shouting match with a more senior enlisted man: I.e. (see EAOS above and Short timer below.). ", YGFBKM: "You've Got to Fucking Be Kidding Me!". For instance, pull-tab sodas are referred to as "Haji Sodas" due to their ubiquitous presence in the Fifth Fleet AOR. Term referred to newly reported sailors with no qualifications or experience. Titivate: To spruce up or clean up the ship and its company. Example: 100007 would be read aloud as "one quadzip seven." Color Company is also given the honor of being the first company to Pass in Review if there is not a Hall of Fame Company that graduates Boot Camp at the same time. GUINEA PIG (Slang) A person rendering services more or less for a nominal fee of a guinea e.g. Also sailor(s) who head for the quarterdeck immediately after "shift colors.". HT Punch: A mythical tool newbies are asked to fetch from the engineering spaces. Hollywood Shower: To take a long shower that wastes water (See Navy Shower). Seven to forever: the 0700-1200 watch, which is longer than the normal four hour watch. Green, Jonathon (1999). Spudlocker: Area below the ramp of an aircraft carrier. Butter Bar: The single gold bar on the khaki uniform of an Ensign (Navy) or 2nd Lieutenant (USMC) By extension, an Ensign, or any new officer fresh from OCS, the Naval Academy, or NROTC. It is often used to identify with one's peers and, although it may be common among young people, it is used by people of all ages and social groups. Term used mostly by disgruntled Nukes to refer to an "A.J. Beer Day: On many navy ships, even in the present day, all hands are given 2 beers if they are underway without a port call for a given period of time — generally 45 days. Often leads to mistakes that can produce lethal results. HCO: Helo Control Officer, talks to each pilot as he makes his approach to a small boy (See LSO). Raisin: Recruit or junior sailor, predominantly heard at Naval Training Commands. crow's feet; god's penny; fool's paradise; winner's circle; writer's block AWADmail 532. A Golden Screwjob is never spoken of when the sailor in question is within hearing range. Bells repeat themselves every 4 hours. voluntarily relinquishes his/her title to a "second-termer" that gets out of the Navy earlier who exhibits extreme disgruntlement and is generally accepted by the "first-termers" as one of their own. Black box: Repair, in primarily for electronic equipment, where an entire card or subsystem is replaced, rather than individual components. Lifer Locker: Lounge used by E-6's onboard ship. 2JV: Engineering sound-powered circuit. BINGO: Minimum fuel needed to return to base (RTB). Bubblegummer: A newbie or young sailor just out of boot camp or school. Rotor Head: Sailor who flies or maintains rotary-winged aircraft (helicopters). Quinion, Michael (2009). also,"Forever Fucking Gone", A frigate which spends more time underway than in port. Widow/Widower: Describes wives (and now husbands) with spouses on deployment. Corpsman Candy: Sore-throat lozenges handed out at sick bay in lieu of any substantive treatment. Also the name of the current submarine-launched nuclear missile and its systems. Sinking Sarah: USS Saratoga, which had issues with sinking while tied up alongside the pier. PD-8 is actually a chemical additive used in the evaporator to aid distillation of fresh water. Port Orca: A husky (large) female. Also called an Ensign Salute. Monkey Butt: same as civilian usage; rash or other anal condition caused by less than sanitary field conditions. Differs from leave (see above) in that one must stay close to one's home station and it is generally much shorter. Noted: Usually passed down from an officer to a blue shirt, when the blue shirt tells the officer of something that will have little or no positive effect on the officer, but may have a great effect on the blue shirt. Method of requesting speed changes from the Engine Room using the Engine Order Telegraph (EOT), normally from the Bridge. Connie: Nickname for USS Constellation CV64. see also The Load. Follies are held about every 6 to 8 weeks while on deployment. By the time slang has been written down, it has been in use some time and has, in some cases, become almost mainstream. Radioactive Rudolph: Reindeer meat brought onboard in Scandinavian Ports, especially soon after the Chernobyl meltdown. Usually new sailors are given a mail buoy watch for the entertainment of the more seasoned sailors. Homosexuality was a crime until 1967 and Polari has a history going back at least a hundred years. "Sir, if we do this thing now I can go home as soon as it's done." In aviation, non-flyable, usually for maintenance reasons. Flying the Bravo: Menstruating; from the signal flag, which is all-red, one meaning of which is "I am discharging dangerous goods." Whistling Shit Can of Death: CH-46 Seaknight Helicopter, described as such because of the whistling sound the engines make, and because the CH-46 has been prone to failures, and has killed its share of air crews. Usually used as part of a goose-chase. Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69). Bar fine: Fee paid to the manager ("mamasan") of a bar (generally adjacent to the former Naval Base Subic, former Naval Air Station Cubi Point, or former Clark Air Base in the Philippines) for letting a "hostess" take the night off. Usually just an inch or two longer than what military allows, but enough to let the females know who's who. Elephant Scabs: Veal Parmesan. Boxing your coffee: Using two paper cups and pouring back and forth to mix creamer and/or sugar. V0 Division: Admin offices. Knee-knockers: A passageway opening through a bulkhead. Ricky Forklift: A boot camp term for a dust pan. ELT-"What do you want it to be?". Cunt: A tear drop shaped piece of metal placed in the bottom loop of sail rigging to keep the rope from chaff wear during tie-down of open sails. Stupid-: Adjective for remedial training. Air Force Salute, Airman Salute, Airedale Salute: An "I don't know" shrug of the shoulders. This foul air is released by removing the suit, or more amusingly by pulling one of the wrist seals open while squatting and pointing at an unsuspecting individual, thus forcing all the stench in his direction. We have 171 full length hd movies with BBW HD Porn 1080p in our database available for free streaming. The untrained sailors have a quad zip NEC of 0000. Marine Dinner Tray: Derogatory description (to the "eldest service branch") of an enlisted sailor's 13 button flap on the front of his dress blue uniform trousers. (4) Chief Kitchen's office in Slidell, LA. Single-Digit Midget: Sailor with less that ten days left before their EAOS (end of active obligated service). Generally found in the Western Pacific. Goes from lower ranking (Seaman, Fireman, Airman) to higher ranking (LPO, LCPO) up the chain of command. Officer: "Noted." Landing in the spudlocker results in a broken aircraft and is often fatal. USS Neversail: (1) Any mock-up ship found in boot camp. RPOC: Recruit Chief Petty Officer (RCPO or RPOC). Not to be confused with "screwing the pooch" which refers to royally messing up a task. OSs, STs and other Twidgets that don't, for example, stand any rate-related watches in port (in the days of steam ships especially) get even less respect. Jack-o'-the-Dust: A ship's cook in charge of keeping track of the ship's food stores. ", Boopdiddley: All-purpose, virtually meaningless expression, used as an exclamation i.e. Often used sarcastically in reference to Naval lifestyle. Chop: Supply Officer. Out of sight hi/lo: Steam boiler casualty in which the water level in the steam drum gauge glass goes out the top/bottom, requiring the boiler to be immediately shut down to prevent water hitting the turbine blades (hi) or melting boiler tubes (lo). (See material condition) (2) (see "Fan room") A room where contraband may be hidden or for sexual relations while at-sea (3) Historically, where a chief petty officer would take subordinates to "make" them comply (using several punches to the face). Active duty obligation expires the day before the enlistee's 21st birthday. Just press the I Believe button. The edge of passing or failing at something, or ". Usage examples that are food for thought salutary; lucriferous; pugilist; strop; concomitant AWADmail 531. Hoover: The S-3B Viking, mostly due to its unique engine noises. Carrier Strike Group (CSG): See "Battle Group. Officially referred to as "Intensive Training" or "Advanced Intensive Training. Lifer Stripe: The stripes located just above the cuff of the right sleeve on the service dress uniform that indicates four years of service per stripe. His assistant is the "Mini Boss.". CINCHOUSE: Commander-in-Chief of the House. Derived from an arcane method of reading signal strength. Baboon Ass: Corned beef. This page was last edited on 20 January 2021, at 18:45. Basically, they taught the PO2 exam for 6 months. or a dirt sailor's sleeping bag. A person who improved old saws by deepening the cuts. Such a sailor will likely be restricted to the ship at the next liberty port. Gold Locker: A locked cabinet in the Engineering Spaces wherein the most valuable, precise, fragile, or one-of-a-kind tools are kept. To open valves in the mud drum to allow boiler pressure to force accumulated sludge out of the boiler. Bandit: An aircraft which has been positively identified as hostile. Before OBAs the Navy developed and used RBAs--Rescue Breathing Apparatus. PFA: Physical Fitness Assessment: new name for PRT. 1st Division: The division, in most aviation and afloat commands, which is responsible for the material condition and cleanliness of the ship. Hinge: Slang for an O-4, or lieutenant commander (LCDR). USS Forestfire: The USS Forrestal (CV-59). Three steel balls: Meant to be humorous but oddly accurate reference to a sailor or situation acting like a sailor: "Put a sailor in a room with three steel balls. Compare "Ricky Boxing.". (Refers to improperly securing the "dogs" on a watertight hatch when passing through. S.N.A.F.U. S.O.S. Blue Side: The figurative side one is stationed at if one is stationed at a Naval Command; contrasted with the "Green Side" (Marine Corps Command). : Shortest Nuke on Board. Building 38: The USS Puget Sound (AD-38). This slogan was adopted by Reactor Departments on CVNs in response to the Aviation Ordnance slogan "IYAOYAS. USS Notagain (DD 214): The fictional ship which sailors who are separating from the Navy specify when they are asked which command they are going to, or which former sailors specify when new personnel ask which ship they are on. Smoke Test: Turn on recently repaired electronic gear; worst case scenario it smokes, indicating a catastrophic failure. : People Against People Ever Reenlisting Civilian Life Is Preferable. producing adequate electricity, steam, etc. "It was a Butt Puckering experience.". These boxes seem to have been designed by some sadist for maximum difficulty when carrying them aboard ship. Cu Shing: The sound of shit when it hits the fan. Rot-Cee: Slang for ROTC, Reserve Officer Training Corps. sign. Same as Bluejacket, referring to the blue utility shirt worn by those personnel. Prefaced by the type or theater of service the deployed spouse is in, e.g. Shower Party: An involuntary scrub-down of a submarine crew member who hasn't been practicing good hygiene. Snot Locker: The storage area for snot — a person's nose. Bounce Pattern: When several aircraft are practicing touch and go landings at the same airfield. Check Valve: A person who "does for himself or herself, but not others." Officers are O-Gangers. This can be for a variety of reasons: Medical, personal, disciplinary, etc. Derogatory name for USS CUSHING (DD-985), especially with the Commodore embarked. USS In-Port Royal: The USS Port Royal (CG-73). See "USS Neversail.". Compare "Living the dream!" Building 1: USS Brooke (FFG-1), so called because she had so many problems with her P-fired boilers that she was regularly unable to get underway from her long-occupied berth at NAVSTA San Diego. Alpha fires leave ash. RAS: Replenishment At Sea: The act or process of moving cargo and fuel from a supply ship to a warship via cable while underway. From Hawaiian. Other usage: "PFM circuit" for electronics in depot level repair only equipment whose inner workings are not required to be known. During wartime, armed guards may be posted on both sides of the blue tile. Ring Knocker: A graduate of the U.S. It is the test of a solid … Score is kept by awarding 3 points for bids made and taken and 1 point for each additional trick. XO: Executive Officer: The second-in-Command of a ship, aviation squadron or shore command, second in authority to the Commanding Officer. Dome: A SONAR transmitter/receiver. Originally, "pogue". : "Pussy Cut Off Day": The last day of a long deployment on which male sailors can get laid and still obtain Venereal Disease cures from the Hospital Corpsman, and have those cures be effective, before returning to their partners at home. Usually this form of Extra Military Instruction is reserved for the most severe dirtbags who are either consistently failing uniform inspection or look like crap on a daily basis. Small Boy: Term referring to smaller class ships, such as destroyers and frigates. Often performed with a white glove and a black sock. Boondockers: The standard workday steel-toed boots. One bell corresponds to 30 minutes past the hour. WORDS.TXT - Free ebook download as Text File (.txt), PDF File (.pdf) or read book online for free. Knuckle Box: A medium sized, usually red, rectangular metal box widely used in the navy to move supplies to/from the ship. klowt) To Hit, or slap, or punch. For sailors, this is usually their own ship. Today's modern electronic video game fighters like the F/A-18 will never be in the same ballpark. Example: "You're working on an electrical system without tagging it out, when along comes Seaman Schmuckatelli, who energizes the circuit and ZAP, you're fried calamari. A "My Wife Chit" is a special request that uses one's wife as an excuse/justification for needing to be absent. See "Budweiser". British slang is English language slang used and originating in Great Britain and also used to a limited extent in Anglophone countries such as Ireland, South Africa, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, especially by British expatriates.It is also used in the United States to a limited extent. Quarterdeck: Ceremonial area of the ship used while in port for either boarding, or disembarking the ship, usually found at the main deck level, mid-ship. Jack Off Curtain: The small privacy curtain hanging on the outside of a rack. 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