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A Story From My NJROTC CMDR

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Submitted: 02/13/2014
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User avatar #11 - xHoratioCainex (02/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
OP here.


I've been on FJ since before there was a defined admin, way back when this place was just a website with a few funny pictures. Before it turned into what we know today. And this is my first frontpage (even though it's not up there) ever.
Thank you, FJ, for popping my front page cherry.
User avatar #2 - enemyoftrn (02/13/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Wait, I don't understand, you were in highschool, and you have a USN Commander watching over you already? Just confused, the story is okay though, just confused about this particular line:
** My Commander was in the U.S. Navy, and this was a story he told me after I graduated high school*
User avatar #1 - thatonetyler (02/13/2014) [+] (5 replies)
im all for the JROTC program, but most people that i have encountered that went through army JROTC it our real dick heads who act like they know every single damn thing about the army, and then when the drill sergeants call them out on it, they get all scared and act like little suck ups
#21 - xtremehivoltage (02/14/2014) [-]
I'm in AJROTC. Here's 2 of the colonel's (Our SAI) :   
   
Once, we were on a field trip, and he had the bus stop at a liquor store. Got two (like idk I think they were Jack starter kits) and says "one's a gift, one's for me" goes back in and brings back two 12 packs, goes back in, and brings back a 40. He drank the forty on the way home.   
   
next story: "One time in operation Desert shield, we were out guarding abridge. saw two bright dots running at us, thught it was a bomb dog. so, we shot it. fell off the bridge. next morning, we looked down there, and there was some poor bastard untangling a goat out of the power lines below. looked up and cursed us out in arabic." Many lols were had.
I'm in AJROTC. Here's 2 of the colonel's (Our SAI) :

Once, we were on a field trip, and he had the bus stop at a liquor store. Got two (like idk I think they were Jack starter kits) and says "one's a gift, one's for me" goes back in and brings back two 12 packs, goes back in, and brings back a 40. He drank the forty on the way home.

next story: "One time in operation Desert shield, we were out guarding abridge. saw two bright dots running at us, thught it was a bomb dog. so, we shot it. fell off the bridge. next morning, we looked down there, and there was some poor bastard untangling a goat out of the power lines below. looked up and cursed us out in arabic." Many lols were had.
User avatar #9 - Aleafe ONLINE (02/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Im in MCJROTC and my newest instructor was a senior drill instructor at parris island. and i made him lose his bearing. I always use that story when people ask if i have good bearing. BTW our color gaurds are master race
User avatar #20 - soupkittenagain (02/14/2014) [-]
This reminds me of my NJROTC. It got dropped in my sophomore year because the Navy had a budget change, so they dropped some odd number of NJROTCs that had the least number of cadets. Mine just happened to be one of them.
User avatar #18 - catpisseverdeen (02/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
A few years back, when I was in NJROTC Nease High School , the entire unit was called in twice a year to help out with hosting competitions. Usually, the only people who really do anything are the runners, basically messengers, and the Liaisons, or the guys who kept track of the other schools So a couple of my jackass friends and I were screwing around inside the ROTC room waiting to get told to do something, when one of the upper class cadets comes barging through the door laughing his ass off. "Someone took a ******* dump on the locker room floor". When he finally stops laughing, he says, "Alright, now one of you are going to have to clean up the mess, since I am in uniform" he was a liaison as well and me, being a ******* moron says "What?". He points to me and says I'm doing it. When I get there, towel and paper cloth in hand, I open the door, and am blasted with the stench. Its not a log. Not a mud pile. Not even as bad as liquid **** . Its a God damn mound. I heard the upper class cadet yell "IS THAT CORN?!" when I tried cleaning it with a paper thing sheet of paper. 11/10 unit, would do it again.
User avatar #5 - kjftiger ONLINE (02/13/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Got to love stories from the NSI's and SNSI's...in the past 4 years have had some interesting conversations with them.
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