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#35 - haha couldn't agree more, our guide tried to fight me a couple…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/24/2015 on United States Marine Corps>you 0
User avatar #39 - AcidFlux (03/24/2015) [-]
We had a kid that talked the biggest game you've ever seen, up until training day one. Then he lost his shit because the DIs were yelling at him. Halfway through the day, sitting in formation waiting for instruction, this bitch just stands up and starts walking off when the DIs weren't looking (which is really rare, but happens).

I know what kind of shit this can cause (military brat), and approach my heavy and request permission to speak. He pulls the normal 'pretend he can't hear me', and I'm using a very clear and loud voice. Finally, I say, "SIR! Recruit (LASTNAME) requests permission to speak to Drill Instructor Sergeant White before the Drill Instructor has an unsafe situation on deck!" And I did this in a virtual scream, less than two feet from SGT White. He turns, with an incredulous look on his face, leans in and taps me in the forehead with his Smokey, and says, "This had better be a flipping emergency, maggot!'. I took one step back, turned to the side, and pointed at the dumb ass recruit that was now about 100 yards away, and said, "SIR! Recruit Mendez is in need of guidance before the recruit makes a serious error in judgment, SIR!"

SGT White looks over, goes a little pale, and this is the only time I ever heard him curse, "Ah, shit!" And then he and one of the other DIs start chasing after the kid, while the third one stays with the platoon. He looks over at me, with the barest smile on his face, and tells me to go sit back down, and also softly says, "Good looking out for your team."

For about an hour, they had to deal with this kid. Later that night, my Senior orders me into his house and talks to me (like a human, actually) about the situation and what happened and why I said something. I told him that it's our job to watch each others backs, even when that person might not want that. Which was apparently a good answer, since he made me a fire team leader and platoon scribe.
#34 - ahhh mmkay yeah basically just be a badass ************ …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/24/2015 on United States Marine Corps>you 0
User avatar #36 - imashitbricks (03/24/2015) [-]
My friend that joined the guard was actually the state cross country champion. I don't know how fast he ran but apparently it was faster than everybody else in the state of Missouri.
#29 - No idea what FORECON is but the marine corps isn't as huge of …  [+] (7 new replies) 03/24/2015 on United States Marine Corps>you 0
User avatar #33 - AcidFlux (03/24/2015) [-]
FORECON: Force Reconnaissance. And basic isn't necessarily physically difficult, although for the unprepared it is. It's more a mental challenge than anything else.

Some of us found it easier than others. Personally, I reveled in the sand fleas. Never once flinched/scratched. Mind over matter. My SDI thought I was insane, but then again, so was he and he liked it.
#35 - swazzzzy (03/24/2015) [-]
haha couldn't agree more, our guide tried to fight me a couple of times because I would always grin when I went up to get IT'd (never let the DI's see if course)
User avatar #39 - AcidFlux (03/24/2015) [-]
We had a kid that talked the biggest game you've ever seen, up until training day one. Then he lost his shit because the DIs were yelling at him. Halfway through the day, sitting in formation waiting for instruction, this bitch just stands up and starts walking off when the DIs weren't looking (which is really rare, but happens).

I know what kind of shit this can cause (military brat), and approach my heavy and request permission to speak. He pulls the normal 'pretend he can't hear me', and I'm using a very clear and loud voice. Finally, I say, "SIR! Recruit (LASTNAME) requests permission to speak to Drill Instructor Sergeant White before the Drill Instructor has an unsafe situation on deck!" And I did this in a virtual scream, less than two feet from SGT White. He turns, with an incredulous look on his face, leans in and taps me in the forehead with his Smokey, and says, "This had better be a flipping emergency, maggot!'. I took one step back, turned to the side, and pointed at the dumb ass recruit that was now about 100 yards away, and said, "SIR! Recruit Mendez is in need of guidance before the recruit makes a serious error in judgment, SIR!"

SGT White looks over, goes a little pale, and this is the only time I ever heard him curse, "Ah, shit!" And then he and one of the other DIs start chasing after the kid, while the third one stays with the platoon. He looks over at me, with the barest smile on his face, and tells me to go sit back down, and also softly says, "Good looking out for your team."

For about an hour, they had to deal with this kid. Later that night, my Senior orders me into his house and talks to me (like a human, actually) about the situation and what happened and why I said something. I told him that it's our job to watch each others backs, even when that person might not want that. Which was apparently a good answer, since he made me a fire team leader and platoon scribe.
User avatar #32 - jdrinfantry (03/24/2015) [-]
FORECON is Force Reconnaissance.
User avatar #31 - imashitbricks (03/24/2015) [-]
Force Reconnaissance? Or just Recon? I know they're considered special forces. Give me a minute and I'll see if they have a wiki.





en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marine_Corps_Force_Reconnaissance
#34 - swazzzzy (03/24/2015) [-]
ahhh mmkay yeah basically just be a badass motherfucker (and infantry) and you can get into that. My bestfriend is either about to start training to be one or is in the process of training now. Of course he's runs a 16 minute 3 mile and does 20-30 pull ups
User avatar #36 - imashitbricks (03/24/2015) [-]
My friend that joined the guard was actually the state cross country champion. I don't know how fast he ran but apparently it was faster than everybody else in the state of Missouri.
#33 - Im a marine, I carry around copies of this and leave them ever… 02/23/2015 on Harassment is worse than war +4
#1798 - OP 02/23/2015 on Why did you pick that... 0
#118 - High Altitude Low Oxygen.  [+] (3 new replies) 02/01/2015 on Angels of Democracy +1
User avatar #137 - listerthepessimist (02/01/2015) [-]
High Altitude Low Opening
User avatar #136 - trostell (02/01/2015) [-]
Slight correction, it's High Alitude, Low Opening, as opposed to a HAHO, High Altitude, High Opening. HALO jumps are more accurate, but less discreet than HAHO jumps, where the troops could jump from outside radar range and glide in silently.
User avatar #119 - liamdurf (02/01/2015) [-]
I know, I was making an angel joke.
#116 - Picture 02/01/2015 on Angels of Democracy +12
#36 - I want this game. now.  [+] (2 new replies) 09/21/2014 on How many takes do you think... 0
User avatar #39 - zhadowklaw (09/21/2014) [-]
If you want to break 2 controllers and a keyboard and then cry yourself to sleep every night until you beat it go ahead and get it.
User avatar #50 - isradam (09/21/2014) [-]
unless you wizard your way through it
#256 - I'm sad now... 08/06/2014 on A Little Movie Moment:... 0
#13 - MOTTO OVERLOAD! 08/03/2014 on That's one manly quote. +2
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