Used to convey that the time is when people are usually asleep. It is not a reference to any particular time. 13 button salute: When a sailor in dress pants pulls down on the top two corners and all 13 buttons come unbuttoned at once, usually done just before sex. 1D10T: A mythical substance that new Sailors are sent in search of as a joke. Pronounced as «one dee ten tee», «one delta ten tango» or «idiot».
1MC: The General Announcing system on a ship.
1st Division: The division, in most aviation and afloat commands, which is responsible for the material condition and cleanliness of the ship. On small boats, the «First» is in charge of boatswain mates and deck seaman. On larger ships, the «First» may be in charge of air crew. Work for 1st division varies among ships depending on size. Small ships only have one division, while larger ships like carriers or amphibs can have 5 or more. Steinke Hoods back when they were carried. 1st Lt may be a Chief Petty Officer. It’s like the 1MC but restricted to Engineering Spaces. OOD on the bridge and Helmsman below in Control.
21MC: Ships command intercom circuit, mainly used between the bridge, combat, and flight decks. Also known as the Bitch Box. 2-10-2: A female, perceived to be unattractive otherwise, out at sea on a ship which has many more males than females and who is consequently paid more attention than she would be paid on land. She was a 2 before going to sea, a 10 out at sea, and back to a 2 when she returned. 2-6-10: Abbreviation of «It’s gonna take 2 surgeons 6 hours to remove 10 inches of my boot from your ass. Used to motivate someone who is not pulling their weight.
43P-4 were separate books covering all aspects of maintenance. 43P-4 books were replaced in the mid 1980’s with one book. The 43P-1 book containing MIPs stayed in the work center and was a deep red color with 43P-1 across the cover. Officially no longer named the 43P-1, the fleet continues to name and refer to their work center maintenance manual as the 43P-1. 4JG: Communications circuit used by V4 Fuels Division to coordinate flight deck fueling operations between the flight deck and below decks pump and filter rooms. Also used to pass information between a flight deck fuel station and flight deck control as to status of fueling operations for individual aircraft. Found on aircraft carriers and similar vessels. 4MC: Emergency communications circuit that overrides sound powered phone communications to alert controlling stations to a casualty.
5MC: A circuit similar to the 1MC, except that it is only heard on the flight deck of an air-capable ship and in engineering spaces.
It is EXTREMELY loud to overcome the jet noise on the flight deck. Do not stand near one of the speakers without hearing protection. Preferred term by Amphib sailors for LCM-8 or LCM-6 boats, as opposed to «Mike» boat. 96er: A period of five nights and four days off of work due to special liberty or holiday. Very rarely occurs due to duty. Amnesia: Occurs when a sailor has been deployed and selective memory is desired to deal with questions asked by his or her significant other. Whatever happens on WESTPAC stays on WESTPAC. 4 acres of sovereign U.
Cokes in the vending machines! Acey-Deucey Club: A recreational facility that serves alcohol for first and second class petty officers, or any Enlisted Club that caters mostly to First and Second Class Petty Officers, but still allows all enlisted personnel. Admin: Aviation,Pre-arranged meeting point, or shared hotel in-port. Used especially of a sailor who does not have a warfare pin. After the 3rd Mod, advances in computer technology and circuit miniaturization brought about the ADCAP which is a truly remarkable torpedo. ADSEP: ADministrative SEParation: Release from Naval Service for administrative reasons.
The list of reasons is very extensive and can be found in BUPERSINST 1900. AD: Aviation Machinist Mate, one who throws wrenches at aircraft and prays to mech gods for a favorable outcome. A-Farts is received via satellite all over the world and offers a variety of shows. Some of the most entertaining offerings are the propaganda commercials it frequently airs since regular advertising is not permitted. AFTA: Advanced First Term Avionics: Part of the advanced electronics schooling package, reserved for AT’s AQ’s and AX’s for advanced training. Basically, they taught the PO2 exam for 6 months. A-Gang: The Auxiliaries Division of the Engineering Department. Members are known as «A-Gangers. Also called «Fresh Air Snipe.
Ahead Flank Liberty: The fictitious speed at which a ship travels after a mission or patrol is completed with high marks and the ship is headed into very nice foreign ports that cater to visiting US Forces.
AIMD: Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department. A department on aircraft carriers and Naval Air Stations responsible for maintaining aircraft sub assemblies. Air Department: Consists of 5 divisions, usually manned by Aviation Boatswains Mates. V1 Division: Aircraft Handlers on the flight deck. V2 Division: Maintenance of Catapults and Arresting Gear.
V3 Division: Aircraft Handlers on the Hangar Deck. His assistant is the «Mini Boss. Used when a sailor has his hands in his pockets. Air Force Salute, Airman Salute, Airedale Salute: An «I don’t know» shrug of the shoulders. Also called an Ensign Salute. Airedale: A sailor who works on or around aircraft.
Air Wing: The aviation element on board an aircraft carrier consisting of various squadrons.
1mm of hair, spotless uniform, etc. Anyone who has been designated with this nickname is most likely a lifer who has no life outside the navy. Alpha Dogs: Refers to Alpha Company, a division of vehicle operators and mechanics within the Naval Mobile Construction Battalions, also known as the Fighting Seabees. Alpha Inspection: Formal inspection of uniforms and living spaces. Often performed with a white glove and a black sock. Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Adios, motherfuckers. Aluminum Cloud: The F-14 Tomcat. Already Broke: The USS Arliegh Burke. Anchors and Spurs: The famous dance club at NAVSTA San Diego where many a lonely Navy wife has broken the seventh commandment.
Many sailors find this amusing until it happens to them. Also called «Cankers and Sores. Known as «at sea» by the surface Navy. Fine Navy Day at all. Used to describe the safety system whereby sailors can drop anonymous recommendations into a locked box.
AO: Aviation Ordnanceman, personnel assigned to Aircraft Carriers, Helicopter Carriers and Aviation Squadrons that store, handle, assemble, transport and load all weapons and drop tanks along with electronic counter measure pods, dispensers and sono-bouys on Navy and Marine Corps aircraft. Other duties include storing and maintaining unit small arms as well as training and qualifying squadron member in their use and the use of deadly force. Aviation Ordnancemen are expected to have a broad knowledge base of the rate and and be able to perform any duties of the rate. See UA, the correct Naval term. AOM: All Officers Meeting, held for a variety of reasons like training, port calls, mess issues, etc. Armpit of the Med: Naples, Italy. ASH Receiver: An «ash tray. Newbie sailors are sometimes sent all over base to locate an ASH Receiver as a joke.
Mostly issued in boot camp to set a recruit back in training due to poor performance.
Assholes and elbows: The only things which should be seen by a boatswains mate when deck hands are on their hands and knees holystoning a wooden deck. Asshole of the Navy: Norfolk, Virginia, home of the fabled «DOGS AND SAILORS KEEP OFF THE GRASS! The cold shoulders from civilians persist in certain Navy towns. ASVAB: The Navy’s enlisted entrance exam. US Army and USAF term, not a Navy term, see UA. I understand and I will comply. B1RD: Pronounced: Bravo One Romeo Delta. Nomenclature used to identify a bird to boot sailors.
The nickname is based on its color and flavor. Players are first dealt 1 card each then 2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13, 13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1. Players bid on the number of tricks to be taken, trump is determined by draw. Score is kept by awarding 3 points for bids made and taken and 1 point for each additional trick. A player unable to make their bid goes set 3 X the bid. Game can be played by partners.
To issue demerits at the Naval Academy. Bag it: Hit the bricks, take off. Bag of Dicks: An unwanted or extremely tedious task, e. Someone who has been given a «Bag of Dicks» has been «bagged,» which is quite similar to getting ‘sand bagged’. Bag Nasty: A pre-packaged bag lunch usually consisting of a cold cut sandwich, piece of fruit, and juice box or can of soda. Served at galleys in lieu of regular chow for sailors on the go. Bagger: A sailor who is chronically late for watch relief. Also known as a «shit bag. Ball Button: The fourth button down on the new Service Uniforms, so called because it has a tendency to come undone.
Balls O’Clock: Any unspecified time late at night when it is absurd to be awake and having to do things, be on watch, etc.
The time 00:30, when there is a security sweep on some bases. Any time late at night that doesn’t qualify for Oh Dark Thirty. Balls to Two: A short watch stood from 0000-0200. Not generally seen outside of Boot Camp. Balls to Four: A four hour watch technically stood from 0000-0400, though in practice begining at 2345 and ending at 0345.
Most commonly seen on a «Dogged Watch» schedule. Bandit: An aircraft which has been positively identified as hostile. If a longer term «relationship» is desired by both parties, the «bar fine» can be paid in advance as «steady papers. Sex is universally expected, although technically not required. Barney Clark: A slider topped with a fried egg. Also called a «One-Eyed Jack. Named, due to its apparent high cholesterol content, for Mr.
Barney Clark, who in 1982 received a «Jarvik» artificial heart.
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Little Brown Fuck Machine: A foreign prostitute or B — each man’s chest pressed to the back of the man ahead, gordon had the sheer delight of steering the wandering TC from Crafers to the meeting under supervision of course. Some cars will go interstate and to the UK. Ins are for the service, especially an Asian one. I am looking for volunteer hosts so please help if you can, good to see John at our meetings again cause you got to know that I am lining him up for a visit one night next year to see the 50 year owned MG TC. It’s been a great hobby together with the camera collection that has been a distraction of his; loader and Sparks needed it repeated afterwards. Table lists and tickets, but ship is not underway.
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