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#45 - I agree with you to an extent. Basic set of NWU's, AC…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/07/2013 on Salute, Soldier 0
#47 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
As long as they don't have any branch patch on they're not representing anyone but themselves, any misunderstanding about that is purely the fault of the offended, not the one wearing whatever.
User avatar #50 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yet I agree again to an extent. If they have a set of NWU's on it already has US NAVY embroidered on it. It's all about settings an image. If they choose to wear the uniform, I will be upset about it, but that is because my viewpoint is different than anyone elses. To each his own completely.
#54 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I'm not familiar with the Navy so I can't really speak for that uniform, i'd prefer if people didn't display a certain branch they're not in just out of respect but in the end if they're trying to make some sort of personal gain on it they'll get their shit pushed in.
User avatar #55 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
EXACTLY! See that's what I mean. Respect. Plain and simple, it is something that is unspoken to me and my shipmates, but to the rest of the population it is something completely different, and that's ok. That is why we have freedom!
#57 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I think you can still wear an ACU and whatnot and not be disrespecting the Armed services as a whole, just a plain ACU isn't claiming to have done anything at that point, if you start putting unit patches, and ranks I would see that as devaluing the importance of those things, but I just see the ACU by itself as just camo.
User avatar #58 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yes correct. I am prior 11B in the US Army, now going Naval Officer. ACU's were always worn outside of base and even on vacations. They were so common the paintball and airsoft teams adopted them while around base and they started adding unit patches from the 1st and 4th ID. That is when I flipped my shit. But ACU is such a common pattern that they even put it on backpacks now a days. But that is beyond the point. I don't believe it is illegal to wear a military uniform as a civilian, but I view it as disrespect.
#59 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I agree, wearing a military uniform is disrespect, but I think there is a fine line between a regular ACU and a actual Military uniform, I mean you wouldn't blink an eye seeing some guy walk around in some olive fatigues or some woodland camo, but at one point they were both military uniforms, I think what makes them actually military are the patches, otherwise they're just camo.
#41 - Apparently I have otherwise I would not be taking my time to a…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/07/2013 on Salute, Soldier 0
#46 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
Just because he's a civilian doesn't mean he can't understand the significance of something in the military, there isn't some super special insight that unlocks once you enlist, you may choose to have an attachment to your uniform but i've met countless soldiers who literally could not give a shit, it is just clothing and they'd change it in a second if something different came along, the uniform is a tool. Saying someone can't form an opinion on something is literally the lowest form of ignorance i've seen to date.
User avatar #48 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
That is sad that those soldiers could not give a shit about the uniform, literally just sad. But if you would've read correctly I never said anyone could not form an opinion about the uniform and what they believe it stands for. It is actually just the opposite, the can form whatever opinion they would like. That is the joy of freedom. My patriotism is apparently higher along with all of my shipmates. We, as in my unit and close shipmates, carry ourselves with a high respect for the uniform, which apparently is against what you believe. But of course to each his own
#51 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
"Unless you have any active military experience you cannot form an opinion on it."

The Uniform is a tool, everyone from a cook to the most elite special forces wears the same thing and as such isn't a form of prestige, you can get camo gear anywhere, the patches are what matter.
User avatar #52 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Even better to reinforcing my opinion. Everyone will form an opinion on it whether it be positive, negative, or neutral.
#36 - As I said, a civilian will never understand the significance o…  [+] (15 new replies) 09/07/2013 on Salute, Soldier 0
#39 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
The uniform is literally the most basic shit in the military, you're issued one before you complete any training of the sort, which is why I view it as nothing but plain clothing, the patches on the other hand are a different story.
User avatar #45 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
I agree with you to an extent.

Basic set of NWU's, ACU's, Cammies, Service Khakis, Dress Blues, etc.. in themselves are just a basic set of clothes. When they are worn by anyone, even civilians, they now represent what the uniform is suppose to stand for. The general population will take their actions out of context and represent the entire branch that they are wearing. They will be judged and civilians will soil what the uniform stands for
#47 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
As long as they don't have any branch patch on they're not representing anyone but themselves, any misunderstanding about that is purely the fault of the offended, not the one wearing whatever.
User avatar #50 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yet I agree again to an extent. If they have a set of NWU's on it already has US NAVY embroidered on it. It's all about settings an image. If they choose to wear the uniform, I will be upset about it, but that is because my viewpoint is different than anyone elses. To each his own completely.
#54 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I'm not familiar with the Navy so I can't really speak for that uniform, i'd prefer if people didn't display a certain branch they're not in just out of respect but in the end if they're trying to make some sort of personal gain on it they'll get their shit pushed in.
User avatar #55 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
EXACTLY! See that's what I mean. Respect. Plain and simple, it is something that is unspoken to me and my shipmates, but to the rest of the population it is something completely different, and that's ok. That is why we have freedom!
#57 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I think you can still wear an ACU and whatnot and not be disrespecting the Armed services as a whole, just a plain ACU isn't claiming to have done anything at that point, if you start putting unit patches, and ranks I would see that as devaluing the importance of those things, but I just see the ACU by itself as just camo.
User avatar #58 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yes correct. I am prior 11B in the US Army, now going Naval Officer. ACU's were always worn outside of base and even on vacations. They were so common the paintball and airsoft teams adopted them while around base and they started adding unit patches from the 1st and 4th ID. That is when I flipped my shit. But ACU is such a common pattern that they even put it on backpacks now a days. But that is beyond the point. I don't believe it is illegal to wear a military uniform as a civilian, but I view it as disrespect.
#59 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I agree, wearing a military uniform is disrespect, but I think there is a fine line between a regular ACU and a actual Military uniform, I mean you wouldn't blink an eye seeing some guy walk around in some olive fatigues or some woodland camo, but at one point they were both military uniforms, I think what makes them actually military are the patches, otherwise they're just camo.
User avatar #38 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
Maybe you should read my comments before replying. You obviously didn't.
User avatar #41 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Apparently I have otherwise I would not be taking my time to actually write these comments.

You as a civilian will not understand what I am talking about. It will seem like a bunch of nonsense to you and you will think of it nothing more than it being a "protective set of clothes from the weather". Unless you have any active military experience you cannot form an opinion on it. But sure, you can go ahead and say they are just clothes that is fine, but to some it is more than that. To each his own as it is your right to feel the way you do. I know what my uniform stands for and I would have the respect not to have Stolen Valor for someone that came before me.
#46 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
Just because he's a civilian doesn't mean he can't understand the significance of something in the military, there isn't some super special insight that unlocks once you enlist, you may choose to have an attachment to your uniform but i've met countless soldiers who literally could not give a shit, it is just clothing and they'd change it in a second if something different came along, the uniform is a tool. Saying someone can't form an opinion on something is literally the lowest form of ignorance i've seen to date.
User avatar #48 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
That is sad that those soldiers could not give a shit about the uniform, literally just sad. But if you would've read correctly I never said anyone could not form an opinion about the uniform and what they believe it stands for. It is actually just the opposite, the can form whatever opinion they would like. That is the joy of freedom. My patriotism is apparently higher along with all of my shipmates. We, as in my unit and close shipmates, carry ourselves with a high respect for the uniform, which apparently is against what you believe. But of course to each his own
#51 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
"Unless you have any active military experience you cannot form an opinion on it."

The Uniform is a tool, everyone from a cook to the most elite special forces wears the same thing and as such isn't a form of prestige, you can get camo gear anywhere, the patches are what matter.
User avatar #52 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Even better to reinforcing my opinion. Everyone will form an opinion on it whether it be positive, negative, or neutral.
#32 - I understand your point completely. I do not think it should b…  [+] (27 new replies) 09/07/2013 on Salute, Soldier 0
User avatar #34 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
I don't care about the uniform, tool. The soldier is what matters. The soldier is the thing that goes out and dies, the uniform simply protects him from the weather. Stop associating the uniform with anything but clothing...
User avatar #62 - sundizzle (09/07/2013) [-]
Replace military uniform with any type of uniform.
It's not acceptable to dress in a police officer's official uniform. Or a fire fighter's. Or a doctor's. Or a pilot's. Or even a mcdonald's employee's. Not to mention, a soldier's.

And don't start the bullshit that "we can wear that if we want."
Why the fuck would you? Just because you have the so-called "freedom," doesn't mean you should. There is a respect that comes with a military uniform that needs to be earned.
#67 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
It's not illegal to dress as any of those things, there's a fine line between impersonating and wearing some camo.
User avatar #66 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
Why the fuck would anyone burn a flag? Why would a man go around wearing nothing but a bikini? Who are you to say what a person can or can not wear? And again a uniform is a tool. Respect is earned by the individual. Placing importance on a uniform is such a pathetic way of thinking.
User avatar #69 - sundizzle (09/07/2013) [-]
I'm not saying that that's not true. Of course a uniform is a tool, but it's what identifies you. But sometimes placing importance on a uniform is necessary because it signifies the position that person is in. I think you've a valid point, but a "tool" can't just be used by everyone. You need to earn that tool, similar to many professions.
User avatar #102 - tylerconnell (09/08/2013) [-]
sundizzle, no matter what brobathehutt will not understand what I or you are trying to convey. It is something that is unspoken out of respect. Some people understand it, most people don't. I wish that could change but unfortunately it never will. People will continue to think what they want, and form opinion about everything. On the plus side that is amazing because they have the freedom to do that. Even if it does piss me off to no end, it still makes me proud that people in this country still have that choice
User avatar #103 - brobathehutt (09/08/2013) [-]
God you're such a fucking tool.
User avatar #105 - tylerconnell (09/08/2013) [-]
>no one's listens to him, so he'll thumb down each post that person makes.

I wonder who the real tool is. Hmm............
User avatar #104 - tylerconnell (09/08/2013) [-]
>wants everyone to understand his point of view
>pushes his viewpoint like a baptist priest trying to convert an atheist.
>anyone clashing with his POV is a tool

Makes total sense. Good thing 99% of the masses understand my POV
User avatar #107 - brobathehutt (09/08/2013) [-]
way to respond twice. Also I thumbed down your crap because you did the same thing to me.
User avatar #70 - brobathehutt (09/08/2013) [-]
Here's the issue with placing importance on uniforms - you make them larger than life. They don't mean jack shit, police officers will stop criminals regardless of whether they are on duty or in uniform, doctors will still do what they can to save lives without their tools.

Now because they are tools you can misuse them, but that's the point of patches and badges. If I was to put on a police officer uniform and try to bust into a place they'd demand to see my badge and a warrant, and they would quickly realize I'm not a police officer.

Simply put the uniform doesn't mean anything, and my respect goes to a persons actions not their clothing.
User avatar #36 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
As I said, a civilian will never understand the significance of the uniform or what it stands for.
#39 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
The uniform is literally the most basic shit in the military, you're issued one before you complete any training of the sort, which is why I view it as nothing but plain clothing, the patches on the other hand are a different story.
User avatar #45 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
I agree with you to an extent.

Basic set of NWU's, ACU's, Cammies, Service Khakis, Dress Blues, etc.. in themselves are just a basic set of clothes. When they are worn by anyone, even civilians, they now represent what the uniform is suppose to stand for. The general population will take their actions out of context and represent the entire branch that they are wearing. They will be judged and civilians will soil what the uniform stands for
#47 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
As long as they don't have any branch patch on they're not representing anyone but themselves, any misunderstanding about that is purely the fault of the offended, not the one wearing whatever.
User avatar #50 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yet I agree again to an extent. If they have a set of NWU's on it already has US NAVY embroidered on it. It's all about settings an image. If they choose to wear the uniform, I will be upset about it, but that is because my viewpoint is different than anyone elses. To each his own completely.
#54 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I'm not familiar with the Navy so I can't really speak for that uniform, i'd prefer if people didn't display a certain branch they're not in just out of respect but in the end if they're trying to make some sort of personal gain on it they'll get their shit pushed in.
User avatar #55 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
EXACTLY! See that's what I mean. Respect. Plain and simple, it is something that is unspoken to me and my shipmates, but to the rest of the population it is something completely different, and that's ok. That is why we have freedom!
#57 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I think you can still wear an ACU and whatnot and not be disrespecting the Armed services as a whole, just a plain ACU isn't claiming to have done anything at that point, if you start putting unit patches, and ranks I would see that as devaluing the importance of those things, but I just see the ACU by itself as just camo.
User avatar #58 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yes correct. I am prior 11B in the US Army, now going Naval Officer. ACU's were always worn outside of base and even on vacations. They were so common the paintball and airsoft teams adopted them while around base and they started adding unit patches from the 1st and 4th ID. That is when I flipped my shit. But ACU is such a common pattern that they even put it on backpacks now a days. But that is beyond the point. I don't believe it is illegal to wear a military uniform as a civilian, but I view it as disrespect.
#59 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I agree, wearing a military uniform is disrespect, but I think there is a fine line between a regular ACU and a actual Military uniform, I mean you wouldn't blink an eye seeing some guy walk around in some olive fatigues or some woodland camo, but at one point they were both military uniforms, I think what makes them actually military are the patches, otherwise they're just camo.
User avatar #38 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
Maybe you should read my comments before replying. You obviously didn't.
User avatar #41 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Apparently I have otherwise I would not be taking my time to actually write these comments.

You as a civilian will not understand what I am talking about. It will seem like a bunch of nonsense to you and you will think of it nothing more than it being a "protective set of clothes from the weather". Unless you have any active military experience you cannot form an opinion on it. But sure, you can go ahead and say they are just clothes that is fine, but to some it is more than that. To each his own as it is your right to feel the way you do. I know what my uniform stands for and I would have the respect not to have Stolen Valor for someone that came before me.
#46 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
Just because he's a civilian doesn't mean he can't understand the significance of something in the military, there isn't some super special insight that unlocks once you enlist, you may choose to have an attachment to your uniform but i've met countless soldiers who literally could not give a shit, it is just clothing and they'd change it in a second if something different came along, the uniform is a tool. Saying someone can't form an opinion on something is literally the lowest form of ignorance i've seen to date.
User avatar #48 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
That is sad that those soldiers could not give a shit about the uniform, literally just sad. But if you would've read correctly I never said anyone could not form an opinion about the uniform and what they believe it stands for. It is actually just the opposite, the can form whatever opinion they would like. That is the joy of freedom. My patriotism is apparently higher along with all of my shipmates. We, as in my unit and close shipmates, carry ourselves with a high respect for the uniform, which apparently is against what you believe. But of course to each his own
#51 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
"Unless you have any active military experience you cannot form an opinion on it."

The Uniform is a tool, everyone from a cook to the most elite special forces wears the same thing and as such isn't a form of prestige, you can get camo gear anywhere, the patches are what matter.
User avatar #52 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Even better to reinforcing my opinion. Everyone will form an opinion on it whether it be positive, negative, or neutral.
#27 - They did not earn that uniform, nor do they know what it entai…  [+] (29 new replies) 09/07/2013 on Salute, Soldier 0
User avatar #30 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
You don't seem to understand my point. The point of the first amendment is so we can do and say whatever we want to send a message as long as it doesn't actually hurt anyone.

What's more the uniform doesn't mean a fucking thing. It's the person wearing the uniform and what they do that matters. Don't place such importance on some fucking clothes.
User avatar #32 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
I understand your point completely. I do not think it should be illegal to perform Stolen Valor, but I do think as americans we should have enough respect to not soil a uniform that means so much to so many. As a civilian I don't expect you to understand the significance in it, nor do I expect you to get my take on it either. You ask anyone that will, has, or is currently serving and they will know it is an unspoken bond between the uniform and the community.

As far as your disrespect for the uniform, it does make me proud knowing you have the freedom to say that. Does it piss me off? Of course, but that is your right to say that and whatever derogatory terms you would like to associate to military customs.
User avatar #34 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
I don't care about the uniform, tool. The soldier is what matters. The soldier is the thing that goes out and dies, the uniform simply protects him from the weather. Stop associating the uniform with anything but clothing...
User avatar #62 - sundizzle (09/07/2013) [-]
Replace military uniform with any type of uniform.
It's not acceptable to dress in a police officer's official uniform. Or a fire fighter's. Or a doctor's. Or a pilot's. Or even a mcdonald's employee's. Not to mention, a soldier's.

And don't start the bullshit that "we can wear that if we want."
Why the fuck would you? Just because you have the so-called "freedom," doesn't mean you should. There is a respect that comes with a military uniform that needs to be earned.
#67 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
It's not illegal to dress as any of those things, there's a fine line between impersonating and wearing some camo.
User avatar #66 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
Why the fuck would anyone burn a flag? Why would a man go around wearing nothing but a bikini? Who are you to say what a person can or can not wear? And again a uniform is a tool. Respect is earned by the individual. Placing importance on a uniform is such a pathetic way of thinking.
User avatar #69 - sundizzle (09/07/2013) [-]
I'm not saying that that's not true. Of course a uniform is a tool, but it's what identifies you. But sometimes placing importance on a uniform is necessary because it signifies the position that person is in. I think you've a valid point, but a "tool" can't just be used by everyone. You need to earn that tool, similar to many professions.
User avatar #102 - tylerconnell (09/08/2013) [-]
sundizzle, no matter what brobathehutt will not understand what I or you are trying to convey. It is something that is unspoken out of respect. Some people understand it, most people don't. I wish that could change but unfortunately it never will. People will continue to think what they want, and form opinion about everything. On the plus side that is amazing because they have the freedom to do that. Even if it does piss me off to no end, it still makes me proud that people in this country still have that choice
User avatar #103 - brobathehutt (09/08/2013) [-]
God you're such a fucking tool.
User avatar #105 - tylerconnell (09/08/2013) [-]
>no one's listens to him, so he'll thumb down each post that person makes.

I wonder who the real tool is. Hmm............
User avatar #104 - tylerconnell (09/08/2013) [-]
>wants everyone to understand his point of view
>pushes his viewpoint like a baptist priest trying to convert an atheist.
>anyone clashing with his POV is a tool

Makes total sense. Good thing 99% of the masses understand my POV
User avatar #107 - brobathehutt (09/08/2013) [-]
way to respond twice. Also I thumbed down your crap because you did the same thing to me.
User avatar #70 - brobathehutt (09/08/2013) [-]
Here's the issue with placing importance on uniforms - you make them larger than life. They don't mean jack shit, police officers will stop criminals regardless of whether they are on duty or in uniform, doctors will still do what they can to save lives without their tools.

Now because they are tools you can misuse them, but that's the point of patches and badges. If I was to put on a police officer uniform and try to bust into a place they'd demand to see my badge and a warrant, and they would quickly realize I'm not a police officer.

Simply put the uniform doesn't mean anything, and my respect goes to a persons actions not their clothing.
User avatar #36 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
As I said, a civilian will never understand the significance of the uniform or what it stands for.
#39 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
The uniform is literally the most basic shit in the military, you're issued one before you complete any training of the sort, which is why I view it as nothing but plain clothing, the patches on the other hand are a different story.
User avatar #45 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
I agree with you to an extent.

Basic set of NWU's, ACU's, Cammies, Service Khakis, Dress Blues, etc.. in themselves are just a basic set of clothes. When they are worn by anyone, even civilians, they now represent what the uniform is suppose to stand for. The general population will take their actions out of context and represent the entire branch that they are wearing. They will be judged and civilians will soil what the uniform stands for
#47 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
As long as they don't have any branch patch on they're not representing anyone but themselves, any misunderstanding about that is purely the fault of the offended, not the one wearing whatever.
User avatar #50 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yet I agree again to an extent. If they have a set of NWU's on it already has US NAVY embroidered on it. It's all about settings an image. If they choose to wear the uniform, I will be upset about it, but that is because my viewpoint is different than anyone elses. To each his own completely.
#54 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I'm not familiar with the Navy so I can't really speak for that uniform, i'd prefer if people didn't display a certain branch they're not in just out of respect but in the end if they're trying to make some sort of personal gain on it they'll get their shit pushed in.
User avatar #55 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
EXACTLY! See that's what I mean. Respect. Plain and simple, it is something that is unspoken to me and my shipmates, but to the rest of the population it is something completely different, and that's ok. That is why we have freedom!
#57 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I think you can still wear an ACU and whatnot and not be disrespecting the Armed services as a whole, just a plain ACU isn't claiming to have done anything at that point, if you start putting unit patches, and ranks I would see that as devaluing the importance of those things, but I just see the ACU by itself as just camo.
User avatar #58 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Yes correct. I am prior 11B in the US Army, now going Naval Officer. ACU's were always worn outside of base and even on vacations. They were so common the paintball and airsoft teams adopted them while around base and they started adding unit patches from the 1st and 4th ID. That is when I flipped my shit. But ACU is such a common pattern that they even put it on backpacks now a days. But that is beyond the point. I don't believe it is illegal to wear a military uniform as a civilian, but I view it as disrespect.
#59 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
I agree, wearing a military uniform is disrespect, but I think there is a fine line between a regular ACU and a actual Military uniform, I mean you wouldn't blink an eye seeing some guy walk around in some olive fatigues or some woodland camo, but at one point they were both military uniforms, I think what makes them actually military are the patches, otherwise they're just camo.
User avatar #38 - brobathehutt (09/07/2013) [-]
Maybe you should read my comments before replying. You obviously didn't.
User avatar #41 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Apparently I have otherwise I would not be taking my time to actually write these comments.

You as a civilian will not understand what I am talking about. It will seem like a bunch of nonsense to you and you will think of it nothing more than it being a "protective set of clothes from the weather". Unless you have any active military experience you cannot form an opinion on it. But sure, you can go ahead and say they are just clothes that is fine, but to some it is more than that. To each his own as it is your right to feel the way you do. I know what my uniform stands for and I would have the respect not to have Stolen Valor for someone that came before me.
#46 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
Just because he's a civilian doesn't mean he can't understand the significance of something in the military, there isn't some super special insight that unlocks once you enlist, you may choose to have an attachment to your uniform but i've met countless soldiers who literally could not give a shit, it is just clothing and they'd change it in a second if something different came along, the uniform is a tool. Saying someone can't form an opinion on something is literally the lowest form of ignorance i've seen to date.
User avatar #48 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
That is sad that those soldiers could not give a shit about the uniform, literally just sad. But if you would've read correctly I never said anyone could not form an opinion about the uniform and what they believe it stands for. It is actually just the opposite, the can form whatever opinion they would like. That is the joy of freedom. My patriotism is apparently higher along with all of my shipmates. We, as in my unit and close shipmates, carry ourselves with a high respect for the uniform, which apparently is against what you believe. But of course to each his own
#51 - anonymous (09/07/2013) [-]
"Unless you have any active military experience you cannot form an opinion on it."

The Uniform is a tool, everyone from a cook to the most elite special forces wears the same thing and as such isn't a form of prestige, you can get camo gear anywhere, the patches are what matter.
User avatar #52 - tylerconnell (09/07/2013) [-]
Even better to reinforcing my opinion. Everyone will form an opinion on it whether it be positive, negative, or neutral.
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#6 - Picture 06/06/2013 on Me Duck -2
#4 - If that "U" changed to an "I", this would …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/06/2013 on Me Duck +16
#10 - anonymous (06/06/2013) [-]
then everyone else would have a duck "u want a duck"

or she has mind control...
#5 - anonymous (06/06/2013) [-]
Oh my god, are you serious?!

That's fucking amazing!
#6 - tylerconnell (06/06/2013) [-]
#5 - We also had a Nasty Girl detachment deploy just about 3 weeks … 03/19/2013 on Just hit 50 consecutive... +1
#4 - Sounds like you're right on track and good to go. Crossfit can… 03/19/2013 on Just hit 50 consecutive... +1
#4 - Guarantee it started off with one guy saying, "Hey, watch… 03/19/2013 on Fire In A Fireworks Factory 0
#1 - NICE! Look into Crossfit if you want to increase your cardio e…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/19/2013 on Just hit 50 consecutive... +1
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User avatar #5 - tylerconnell (03/19/2013) [-]
We also had a Nasty Girl detachment deploy just about 3 weeks ago from Louisiana here, should be back in November.
User avatar #4 - tylerconnell (03/19/2013) [-]
Sounds like you're right on track and good to go. Crossfit can be scaled down to whatever level you would like to be at, but it all depends on your trainers too. Our box has AMAZING trainers, one prior army ranger and one Gunny Sgt.

Deff agree about the Officer program. I'm shooting for Naval Aviation and will hopefully be getting my name on the side of a Hornet some day.
#3 - **** it, apparently there is no intelligent life …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/02/2013 on Facebook Stupidity +1
User avatar #4 - rummler (03/02/2013) [-]
So I hear guns are very effective for extermination...
#2 - Continued.... 03/02/2013 on Facebook Stupidity 0
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#60 - You can make the hot women ugly..... but you can't make the ug… 02/06/2013 on Girls +4
#355 - Oh the nostalgia! Thank you for that 02/01/2013 on Bionicle +3
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#62 - Geez I know way too many people like that............... … 01/24/2013 on Finally went back to the... 0
#9 - ******* LOST it at the African's Guide. LOL … 01/09/2013 on German's guide to Minecraft +1
#58 - For anyone that needs more motivation, think of Nick Auger hit…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/04/2013 on How to lift +1
#65 - EvilFluffyBunny (01/04/2013) [-]
Wouldn't bother me. He can hit on my wife all he wants. Isn't gonna do anything for him.
#63 - laxitup (01/04/2013) [-]
HAHA tricks on you Nicky boy I dont have a girlfrie... wait fuck
#57 - I'm 2 years into my body transformation, started January 1st 2…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/04/2013 on How to lift 0
#58 - tylerconnell (01/04/2013) [-]
For anyone that needs more motivation, think of Nick Auger hitting on your chic.
#65 - EvilFluffyBunny (01/04/2013) [-]
Wouldn't bother me. He can hit on my wife all he wants. Isn't gonna do anything for him.
#63 - laxitup (01/04/2013) [-]
HAHA tricks on you Nicky boy I dont have a girlfrie... wait fuck
#793 - That is exactly what I was thinking. I figured it was an airso… 01/04/2013 on father of the year nominated 0
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User avatar #9 - cloymax ONLINE (11/02/2012) [-]
subbed for your stuffs

I'll be waiting for your audio recordings, have fun working on them though!
#2 - newborn (11/02/2012) [-]
i subscribed to you for funny audio logs.  OP better deliver!
i subscribed to you for funny audio logs. OP better deliver!
User avatar #4 to #2 - tylerconnell (11/02/2012) [-]
Will work on it this weekend, and it'll be worth the wait
#10 to #4 - newborn (11/02/2012) [-]
is excite
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