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We hope that our Wiki pag will help you understtand where we have came up with our menu names and why. We have included All of The restaurants that are part of BLACK SITE REATAUANT GROUP. We have also include in this list names for future menu items and names that refer to food or have food in the name and also nick names for people who serve in the diffrent branches and diffrent jobs in the service. We have left out any names that are sexest and racial in any way
a US Army Infantryman, slag for the MOS “11b” (pronounced 11 bravo)
11 BANG - BANG
MELLO YELLO + MANGO PUREE + PINEAPPLE
The north formed the border between North and South Korea. The 38th parallel north—which divides the Korean Peninsula roughly in half—was the original boundary between the United States and Soviet Union's brief administration areas of Korea at the end of World War II. Upon the creation of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (informally "North Korea") and the Republic of Korea (informally "South Korea") in 1948, it became a de facto international border and one of the tensest fronts in the Cold War.
Hamburger, Teriyaki Sauce, Toasted Sesame Seeds, Kimchi, Sriracha Fry Sauce, Private Sauce.
40mm grenade. Or any weapon firing a 40mm grenade often specifically the M203 grenade launcher whether mounted underneath an M-16 or variant. Often in the marine corps, the "40 mike-mike" is slang for the Mark-19 automatic 40mm grenade launcher.
Marines load a belt of 40 mike-mike grenades into the Mark 19 grenade launcher.
40 MIKE MIKE
MELLO YELLO + STRAWBERRY PUREE + MANGO PUREE
(U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps) The beef franks which are included, with beans, in some MREs; so named for their number and unpleasant taste. The dish is also known as "beans and motherfuckers" for the same reason. Because later versions of the meal only contained four beef franks without any beans, they and were subsequently renamed the "4 dicks of death".
Building number of the Dining Facility (DFAC) at Camp Williams that HMFIC James and Grill Sergeant Scott Worked at.
50% mayo 30% Fort Hood BBQ Sauce the other 20% is a surprise.
the special operations force of the Irish Defense Forces, the military of Ireland. A branch of the Irish Army
Hamburger Paddy, Swiss cheese, Braised Corned beef, Fried potatoes, Sautéed Cabbage, Private Sauce.
The M1 Abrams is a third generation American main battle tank. and named for General Creighton Abrams
Fighter pilot or a fixed-wing pilot. On rare occasions, might refer to a helicopter pilot.
The Parachutist Badge, also commonly referred to as "Jump Wings" is a military badge of the United States Armed Forces. The United States Space Force and United States Coast Guard are the only branches that do not award the Parachutist Badge, but their members are authorized to receive the Parachutist Badges of other services in accordance with their prescribed requirements.
This is what we. Have named our Chicken/Buffalo Wing restaurant
Class 6 cocktail - Apple Jack, rye whiskey, orange bitters, simple syrup
nickname for the 82nd Airborne Division is an airborne infantry division of the United States Army, specializing in parachute assault operations into denied areas, since its initial members came from all 48 states, the division acquired the nickname All-American, which is the basis for its famed "AA" shoulder patch.
Hamburger, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Private Sauce.
Military slang for "Adios Mother FUCKER" abbreviated using the phonetic alphabet. When used in garrison it is a friendly farewell. When used in combat situations it generally means that the person on the other end of the barrel is being wished a not-so-kind farewell.
ALPHA MIKE FOXTROT
Grilled Chicken Sandwich + Fresh sliced jalapeños + ‘AMF’ hot sauce + Bacon + Lettuce + Tomatoes.
this is how the military counts the last day of the time frame they are counting ie while away from home at a training schools you arrive on Monday and go Home on Friday. Civilians on Monday would say that they are going home in four days, we say three days AND A WAKE UP.
AND A WAKE UP
Red Ox Energy + Sour + Blackberry + Raspberry + Orange + Lime Juice
Canned milk. Variations: Armored Heifer; Canned Cow.
The world’s most advanced, proven attack helicopter for the U.S. Army and a growing number of international defense forces. The AH-64 Apache represents the backbone of the U.S. Army’s attack helicopter fleet
Plural of army wife general what a male soldier wife is called. Named after my wife’s Melinda favorite mixed drink.
Diet Coke/Coke + Grenadine + Maraschino Cherries
Franks and beans.
The Mark 45 anti-submarine torpedo, a.k.a. ASTOR, was a submarine-launched wire-guided nuclear torpedo designed by the United States Navy for use against high-speed, deep-diving, enemy submarines. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_45_torpedo?wprov=sfti1
A submarine’s periscope.
an 84-mm unguided, portable, single-shot recoilless smoothbore weapon. the AT4 is intended to give infantry units a means to destroy or disable armored vehicles and fortifications,
MELLO YELLO + Peach Puree + Raspberry + habanero syrup
A military slang used to describe a soldier who lacks organizational skills.
Describes a service member who follows regulations so closely that they disregard the context of the situation. Conversely, may describe a service member who doesn't understand regulations at all.
Desertion is the abandonment of a military duty or post without permission (a pass, liberty, or leave) and is done with the intention of not returning. This contrasts with unauthorized absence (UA) or absence without leave (AWOL), which are temporary forms of absence.
1) an American long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic bomber. It has been operated by the United States Air Force (USAF) since the 1950s. The bomber can carry up to 70,000 pounds (32,000 kg) of weapons, and has a typical combat range of around 8,800 miles (14,200 km) without aerial refueling.
2) cocktail is a layered shot composed of a coffee liqueur, an Irish cream, and a Grand Marnier. When prepared properly, the ingredients separate into three distinctly visible layers (due to their relative densities).
Corned beef. The nickname is based on its color and flavor.
A-ration bagged meal issued to military personnel (usually recruits or in the field) that usually contains: a sandwich (ham, turkey, and bologna are common), a hardboiled egg, fruit, and a small bag of potato chips; often served with a beverage such as juice or milk. This has nothing to do with the quality of the food.
(U.S.) The name given to the fast food options in chow halls, i.e.; hot dogs and hamburgers. Also common reference for MRE's. In the Air Force, commonly a reference to pre-packed Flight Lunches intended for aircrew or personnel whose duties do not allow them to go to the chow hall to eat their meals. Also see Box Nasty.
Army Ballistic Missile Agency was formed to develop the U.S. Army's first large ballistic missile. The agency was established at Redstone Arsenal, located in Madison, Alabama. We take Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and mix it Mayo and Fresh ground Black Pepper. This is a play on word with both words starting with “Bal” and ending with “ic”
Our Special Blend of Mayo, Balsamic Vinegar.
It's like Malt Vinegar on Chips but not soggy Fries.
An aircraft which has been positively identified as hostile
CLASS 6 BROTHER HOOD
The Douglas SBD Dauntless is a World War II American Naval scout plane and dive bomber. One land-based variant of the SBD – omitting the arrestor hook — was purpose-built for the U.S. Army Air Forces, as the A-24 Banshee.
The USAF established a new designation system for its aircraft, eliminating the "A-" (for attack) category ; all of the single-engined "A-" aircraft were given "F-" (for fighter) nomenclature (or were determined to be obsolete and scrapped); thus the few remaining A-24 Banshees became known as F-24 Banshees, soldiering on in a reserve role until 1950 when they were scrapped.
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 https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Glossary_of_U.S._Navy_slang
AKA KIDs Style, some (people) need some help in understanding how to complete a task. When this happens, a leader may want to break it down into baby steps and explain it very slowly. You know, just like Barney here we take our All-American and break it down to just Bun, Meat and Cheese, something simple for kids to enjoy
or colloquially boot camp, refers to the initial instruction of new military personnel. Recruit training is a physically and psychologically intensive process, which resocializes its subjects for the demands of military employment.
Sprite + Banana Puree + Green Apple
This is the initial introduction of SPECIALITY Burgers or Grilled Chicken Strips and Hand Cut fries to kids, each of our Kids meals come with three Army Soldiers, they can pick from an assortment of Colors: OD Green, Green, lite green, tan, brown, black, blue, lite blue (UN blue), Red and Pink. These classic toys are made by TimMee Toys and are made in the USA. What team are your kids on?
BASIC TRAINING MEAL
hamburger, cheese. Come with kids, fry and drink. And toy
consists of 300 to 800 soldiers and is divided into a number of companies.
A Navy term referring to the heavy breakfast of steak and eggs commonly given to sailors and Marines on the morning of a combat operation.
A battle buddy is a partner assigned to a soldier in the United States Army. Each battle buddy is expected to assist his or her partner both in and out of combat. Most participating soldiers have reported satisfaction and have agreed that the Army should implement the system fully, although there have been cons reported as well. A battle buddy is not only intended for company, but also for the reduction of suicide; since each watches his partner's action, a battle buddy can save their fellow soldier's life by noticing negative thoughts and feelings and intervening to provide help. Thick sliced onions dipped in a batter then deep fried
SPECIAL COURSES/ AIRBORNE WINGS
BATTLE BUDDY RINGS
Beer Battered, Fresh Cut Onions Rings
The Battle of the Bulge, was the last major German offensive campaign on the Western Front during World War II, and took place from 16 December 1944 to 25 January 1945. If you eat a lot of burgers at SEPCIAL COURSE without any exercise you may be fighting in your own Battle of the Bulge.
BATTLE OF THE BULDGE
Hamburger, Ate-Up Chili, Jalapeños, Pepper Jack Cheese, Private Sauce.
an award issued to U.S. Navy ships for participation in battles.
Historically, during World War II and the Korean War, commendations called "battle stars" were issued to United States Navy warships for meritorious participation in battle, or for having suffered damage during battle conditions. As an example, the USS Enterprise (CV-6) received 20 battle stars for her combat service in World War II, more than any other U.S. vessel during World War II.
Operation Bayonet Lightning was a military operation during the early stages of the Iraq War, that was held to capture weapons, materials, and people who posed a threat against coalition forces. The joint operation between Iraq and the United States, lasted approximately 16 hours, and was conducted on 2 December 2003. 1,200 soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade, the 4th Infantry Divison, and Iraqi military participated. Operation Bayonet Lightning was concentrated on Al Hawija, Iraq, and the village of Rashad, Iraq, sixty kilometers, or thirty-seven miles, to the south of Kirkuk, Iraq.
the common name for a man-portable recoilless anti-tank rocket launcher weapon, widely fielded by the United States Army. Also referred to as the "Stovepipe", the innovative bazooka was among the first generation of rocket-propelled anti-tank weapons used in infantry combat
Freedom Fries, Two Fried Eggs Over Easy, Pastrami, Provolone Cheese, Chipotle Slaw, Private Sauce
BASIC COMBAT GLASES are eyeglasses issued by the American military to its service members. Anyone who served in the U.S. armed forces in the last half-century or so is likely familiar with the standard-issue GI eyeglasses. With thick brown rims and lenses that looked like magnifying glasses, they were so unattractive that wearing them effectively reduced the chances of getting laid to near zero. (BASIC COMBAT GLASSES), more commonly known as “birth control glasses” or BCGs, were issued to U.S. troops for decades until 2012, when officials at the Department of Defense realized their ironically awful prescription eyewear actually functioned as a major cockblock for thousands of libidinous service members who would rather be blind than wear such atrocious spectacles. We took the birth control part and made the BCG -BURGER CHEESE GARLIC after eating this burger it may reduce your chances of getting laid, because of the Garlic breath.
Hamburger, Roasted Garlic, Crispy Parmesan Cheese, Private Sauce.
The Grumman F8F Bearcat is an American single-engine carrier-based fighter aircraft introduced in late World War II. It served during the mid-20th century in the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps.
OPERATION BEASTMASTER 29 December 2006 - 29 December 2006 Baghdad, the western suburb of Ghazaliya. Cleared three large neighborhoods which were the sights of much sectarian violence.
1/4 Lb. Hamburger, Smoked Beef Brisket, Golden Knights BBQ Sauce, Private Sauce.
Berserkers were a special group of elite Viking warriors who went into battle without traditional armor. Instead, they wore animal pelts, typically from bears or wolves. The word "berserker" derives from the Old Norse "serkr," meaning "coat" or "shirt," and "ber," the Norse word for "bear." Also, they were butt-ass naked under the pelt. At least according to legend.
Although modern special operations are, as the phrase implies, very much modern, the roots of America’s most elite war-fighting institutions can be traced back as far as warfare itself……Similarly, one could draw historical parallels between SOCOM’s specialized units and some of the most impressive, capable, and downright frightening warriors throughout human history.
Hamburger, Provolone Cheese, House Made Pastrami, Provolone Cheese, Chipotle Slaw, Private Sauce.
Slang for a Bad Conduct Discharge, a punishment awarded to a sailor who has committed a serious infraction of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
A Union soldier during the Civil War.
A pre-briefed amount of fuel for an aircraft that would allow a safe return to the base of intended landing. When you are at the end of your meal (rope) sometime an ice cream cone is what will get you and your kids a safe return home.
ICE CREAM CONE
The Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk is a four-blade, twin-engine, medium-lift utility military helicopter manufactured by Sikorsky Aircraft. Sikorsky submitted the S-70 design for the United States Army's Utility Tactical Transport Aircraft System (UTTAS) competition in 1972.
The Blood & Sand is a classic scotch-based cocktail. The recipe first appeared in 1930 in The Savoy Cocktail Book by Harry Craddock.
3/4 ounce scotch (choose one that isn't too peated)
3/4 ounce sweet vermouth
3/4 ounce Heering cherry liqueur
3/4 ounce orange juice, freshly squeezed
Garnish: orange peel
Members of the 28th Infantry Division, Pennsylvania Army National Guard, whose division insignia is a red keystone. Aka Bloody Mary
is an American song from World War II. It is associated with all current American airborne unitsSung to the tune of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" the song tells of a fatal training jump of a rookie paratrooper whose parachute fails to deploy, resulting in him falling to his death. Each verse describes the man’s death and the subsequent condition of his body in the aftermath.The song is a cautionary tale on the dangers of improper preparation of a parachute jump. The protagonist does everything right but forgets to hook up his static line which would automatically deploy his main parachute. Upon discovering this error during the jump, he deploys his reserve chute in bad falling position with disastrous results, as he becomes entangled in the parachute’s canopy and risers and falls uncontrollably to the ground below. As the reserve chute is stored in a belly bag on the World War II-era rig, deploying it in a bad falling position could easily lead to an accident, not unlike the one described in the song. "Risers" are the four straps that connect the suspension lines of the parachute canopy to the parachute harness.
"buddy fucker," i.e., one who does not help a fellow Soldier, or who intentionally gets a Soldier in trouble. Our Chicken Bacon Ranch was named this because if was the first thig that come to mind. Ever Veteran knows a few Blue Falcon’s.
Grilled Chicken + bacon + lettuce + tomato + private sauce + blue falcon ranch
USS Lexington, nicknamed "The Blue Ghost", is an Essex-class aircraft carrier built during World War II for the United States Navy. Originally intended to be named Cabot, Word arrived during construction that USS Lexington had been lost in the Battle of the Coral Sea. The new aircraft carrier was renamed while under construction to commemorate the earlier ship. The Japanese referred to Lexington as a "ghost" ship for her tendency to reappear after reportedly being sunk. This, coupled with the ship's dark blue camouflage scheme, led the crew to refer to her as "The Blue Ghost". Rumors existed during the war that the ship was so badly damaged, it had to be scuttled at one point, but a newly built aircraft carrier was immediately deployed with the same name, in an effort to demoralize the Japanese. She was the fifth U.S. Navy ship to bear the name in honor of the Revolutionary War Battle of Lexington... She was the recipient of 11 battle stars and the Presidential Unit Citation… Since 1992, the ship has been docked in Corpus Christi, Texas, where she operates as a museum.
MELLO YELLO + BLUE CURACAO + PASSION FRUT + LIME JUICE
1)To selfishly take or keep something; to hog; especially to hold a joint (marijuana) dangling between the lips instead of passing it on.
2)To get something by bullying, intimidation; be a tough guy.
BOHICA stands for bend over, here it comes again. It is an item of acronym slang which grew to regular use amongst the United States armed forces during the Vietnam War.It is used colloquially to indicate that an adverse situation is about to repeat itself, and that acquiescence is the wisest course of action. It is commonly understood as a reference to being sodomized. An alternative etymology relates the expression to the days of sail and avoiding being struck by the boom, which would swing around the mast due to shifts in wind or the vessel's course. Although it originated in the United States military forces, and is still commonly used by United States Air Force fighter crew chiefs and armament crews, its usage has spread to civilian environments, used to describe unavoidable, unpleasant situations that have inconvenienced someone before and are about to yet again.
Used playfully among infantry when not around superiors to describe a breaching shotgun. "We're going on couple raids tonight. Make sure you bring plenty of shells for the boomstick." Derived from the Bruce Campbell movie "Army of Darkness".
(U.S. Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps) Box Lunch served in-flight.
Derisive term that is the opposite of Bravo Zulu. Given for something done poorly. Also used when a sailor gets a BZ from the command, shipmates will call it a Bravo Bozo award.
Abbreviated using the phonetic alphabet makes the abbreviations BLT which is also the abbreviations for BACON LETTUCE TOMATO
BRAVO LIMA TANGO
Bacon + lettuce + tomato + private sauce
phonetic alphabet words for "B" and "S." ("BS" is an abbreviation for"bullshit.")
Means 'Well Done'
If you want your burger cooked well done just tell us Bravo Zulu when your order.
What we call our breakfast burritos, each item is named after a torpedo
a place (as on a ship) for temporary confinement of offenders in the U.S. Navy
is a major tactical military formation that is typically composed of three to six battalions plus supporting elements.
Blend of breakfast + dinner, on the pattern of brunch. BREAKFAST FOR DINNER
I came up with this menu one day while at IHop having Brinner with my kids, I had Hash brown, Bacon, and over easy eggs, I thought that this would be even better on some Freedom Fries, it been a big hit ever since we added it to the menu.
Freedom Fries, Real Cheddar Cheese, Two Fried Eggs and Crumbled Bacon.
sometimes you need to “pop the brown star cluster” instead of slapping the table. Granted, that phrase has several meanings, but I'm still a fan. In a lost-comm scenario, sometimes you need visual signals, be those a green star cluster to initiate an attack or a red star cluster to shift fires. If you need to call bullshit, then the brown star cluster is invaluable. And in a sensitive, nurturing, caring environment, saying “This is complete and utter BULLSHIT!” is off limits. “Hey, I've got to shoot up the brown star cluster on that plan,” is, I think, a little more restrained and far more acceptable, whether in the military or civilian worlds. I think we need to educate civilians on this term. It needs to be used more often.
brown star cluster for metaphorical panicked defecation.
In 1866, Congress established six all-black regiments (consolidated to four shortly after) to help rebuild the country after the Civil War and to fight on the Western frontier during the Plains Wars. It was from one of these regiments, the 10th Cavalry, that the nickname Buffalo Soldier was born. American Plains Indians who fought against these soldiers referred to the black cavalry troops as "buffalo soldiers" because of their dark, curly hair, which resembled a buffalo's coat and because of their fierce nature of fighting. The nickname soon became synonymous with all African-American regiments formed in 1866.
The Kool-Aid-like beverage dispensed on the mess deck, in the CPO Mess, the Officer's Wardroom or the Flag Mess. Typically Orange or Red.
(U.S.) The nickname given to the powdered drink served with MRE's on onboard ships. Virtually any powdered, artificially flavored, juice-like substance served in the mess hall of almost any group male environment from Scout Camp through the Military
Bug Juice Sunrise
Orange with a splash of Red.
A second Lieutenant or Ensign, in reference to the rank insignia - a single gold bar.
SPECIAL COURSES / AIRBORNE WINGS
Farm Fresh corn grilled then toped with Chipotle Lime Butter and fresh grated parmesan cheese.
oldier usually in their twenties, who refuses to get their act together. A spoiled brat who thinks that we are here to support them forever because they think they are special.
Root Beer + Butter Rum + Pineapple + Pina Colada
Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) are search and rescue operations that are carried out during war that are within or near combat zones. We named the Classic Cesar salad after these great military operators.
Romaine lettuce, Croutons, Parmesan Cheese, C.S.A.R. Dressing
A cadet is a trainee. The term is frequently used to refer to those training to become an officer in the military, often a person who is a junior trainee. Is a combination of Cadet and an Orange Dream Sickle since Cadets often have their heads in the clouds dreaming of being a great Military leader?
Sprite + Orange + Vanilla + Heavy cream
make this Grunt Canteen taste like a melted Orange Dream or Cream Sickle.
developed by Chef James while he was on Military training, because of the similarity in color of the seasoning and the Dirt located at Camp Williams and was originally designed for steaks. We named this seasoning after Army Garrison Camp Williams, is a National Guard training site operated by the Utah National Guard. We season all of our meat with this proprietary seasoning This season
is the use of any combination of materials, coloration, or illumination for concealment, either by making animals or objects hard to see, or by disguising them as something else We take large Romaine leaves and conceal our burgers making them hard is see.
When you want your burger low-carb option order it Camouflage.
Colonel Gail Seymour "The Candy Bomber" Halvorsen (October 10, 1920 – February 16, 2022) was a senior officer and command pilot in the United States Air Force. He is best known as the "Berlin Candy Bomber" or "Uncle Wiggly Wings" and gained fame for dropping candy to German children during the Berlin Airlift from 1948 to 1949. Halvorsen piloted C-47s and C-54s during the Berlin airlift ("Operation Vittles"). During that time he founded "Operation Little Vittles", an effort to raise morale in Berlin by dropping candy via miniature parachute to the city's residents. Halvorsen began "Little Vittles" with no authorization from his superiors but over the next year became a national hero with support from all over the United States. Halvorsen's operation dropped over 23 tons of candy to the residents of Berlin. He became known as the "Berlin Candy Bomber", "Uncle Wiggly Wings", and "The Chocolate Flier".
BLACK SITE KITCHEN
The Mark 60 CAPTOR (Encapsulated Torpedo) is the United States' only deep-water anti-submarine naval mine. It uses a Mark 46 torpedo contained in an aluminum shell that is anchored to the ocean floor. The mine can be placed by either aircraft, submarine or surface vessel.
a helicopter passenger service that coordinates rotary-wing flights for personnel traveling throughout Iraq, operated by Soldiers from Task Force XII, led by U.S. Army Europe's 12th Combat Aviation Brigade. "The name 'Catfish Air' came from a Mississippi National Guard unit operating the terminal during Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
(U.S.) (KAT-foo-(ed) ) Completely And Totally Fuck(ed) Up (i.e., "This thing is CATFUed")
s the job title used to refer to someone who has achieved the military occupational specialty of 19D Armored Reconnaissance Specialist in the Combat Arms branch of the United States Army.
Hamburger, Cheddar Cheese, Battle Buddy Ring, Fort Hood BBQ Sauce, Bacon, Private Sauce.
Pretty much anyone with an office job who works a desk
Chairborne Ranger (running cadence)
It’s one thirty now on the strip Chairborne daddy gonna take a little trip Stand up, lock up, shuffle to the door The club for lunch and home by four If there’s something to decide Close your door and try to hide Every time you get a call You’re out playing racquetball First revise the SOP Make a change in policy Ours is not to wonder why It’s written down in the LOI God forbid we should go to war All that paperwork would be a bore Let me stay behind the desk Anything’s better than the leaning rest Chairborne Ranger, that’s what I am One of a kind, I’m and AG man
Two fire Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, 1/4 Lb. Hamburger, Cheddar Cheese, Bacon, Private Sauce.
(U.S. Army) A specific aircraft load, especially a group of airborne Soldiers which deploy from a single aircraft, typically a platoon for air assaults, or company-minus. sized for airborne drops. Originates from the Vietnam War practice of chalking identifying marks on aircraft sides involved in such operations.
are the military’s religious leaders. They are responsible for tending to the spiritual and moral well-being of service members and their families. The chaplain’s responsibilities include performing religious rites, conducting worship services and providing confidential counseling. They also advise commanders on religious, spiritual and moral matters
AL PASTOR STYLE TACO
Marinated Steak cooked on a spit, Corn Salsa, Cilantro, corn tortilla Tropic Lighting Sauce
The enlisted man's name for the galley smoke stack or funnel. The funnel is said to have been named after a stern old merchant captain who discovered that the galley's smoke stack was made of copper and therefore should receive a daily polishing. In today's Navy it is the custom to send green recruits to find Charley Noble, a hunt which causes endless amusement for the ship's veterans.
Also known as a cluster fuck. Somewhat worse than just a cluster, calling something a Charlee foxtrot implies that it is not only disorganized, there is also very little hope that whatever the objective is will be reached and there is a very high probability that everyone will regret their involvement later. As a phonetic expression, it is not particularly egregious, as it only adds one syllable, but keeps the conversation PC if sensitive ears are present. We’ll call this one a wash.
RED OX ENERGY + GREEN APPLE + WATERMELON + BLUE RASPBERRY
NATO phonetic alphabet for "Standing by to Assist". The standard phrase of U.S. Navy medical teams you may hear one of us say “Charlie Golf One” while you are waiting in line it equals to: sorry about the wait, be with you in a sec.
It Means Continue Mission. Usually said after an interruption or hiccup in whatever you're doing. This phrase is derived using the phonetic alphabet (Military Alphabet). Instead of saying Continue Mission, Charlie Mike is said instead so everyone over the radio can understand and know what you mean. By using the first letter of each word and converting that to the Military Alphabet you get the phrase Charlie Mike
(U.S. Army) A suck-up or brown-noser. (U.S. Air Force) A rat or tattletale, usually someone who runs to the commander or other ranking member to get another in trouble.
Decorative military ribbons and medals worn on the chest.
(U.S.) Another term to describe ribbons or medals that are worn. It can be pejorative or appreciative, depending on Usage.
(U.S.) A full colonel, named for the eagle insignia. Also known as "full bull," "Full bird," or "Bird colonel" as opposed to "light colonel," which is a lieutenant colonel.https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Glossary_of_military_slang
U.S. Army) Small Arms Protective Inserts (SAPI) which fit into the Interceptor body armor system https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Glossary_of_military_slang
The Boeing CH-47 Chinook is a tandem rotor helicopter developed by American rotorcraft company Vertol and manufactured by Boeing Vertol. The Chinook is a heavy-lift helicopter that is among the heaviest lifting Western helicopters.
Men who always wind up at the head of the mess line.