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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
is an acronym referring to a largest bomb in the US military arsenal, the Massive Ordnance Air Blast or Mother of All Bombs
MOTHER OF ALL BURGERS
this item is in development for a brick and mortar location
The M2 Machine Gun or Browning .50 Caliber Machine Gun is a heavy machine gun designed toward the end of World War I by John Browning. Its design is similar to Browning's earlier M1919 Browning machine gun, which was chambered for the .30-06 cartridge.
Mello Yello + Raspberry + Vanilla
The Lockheed P-3 Orion is a four-engined, turboprop anti-submarine and maritime surveillance aircraft developed for the United States Navy and introduced in the 1960s. Lockheed based it on the L-188 Electra commercial airliner; it is easily distinguished from the Electra by its distinctive tail stinger or "MAD" boom, used for the magnetic anomaly detection (MAD) of submarines.
Operation Magic Carpet was the post-World War II operation by the War Shipping Administration to repatriate over eight million American military personnel from the European, Pacific, and Asian theaters. Hundreds of Liberty ships, Victory ships, and troop transports began repatriating soldiers from Europe in June 1945. Beginning in October 1945, over 370 navy ships were used for repatriation duties in the Pacific. Warships, such as aircraft carriers, battleships, hospital ships, and large numbers of assault transports were used. The European phase of Operation Magic Carpet concluded in February 1946 while the Pacific phase continued until September 1946.
MANNHEIM ARMY BASE
is a military garrison located in the southern part of Germany, about 100 km away from the famous Mercedes and Porsche city Stuttgart. It is an American garrison, but run under German regulations. With over 300K citizens, the nearby community of Mannheim is among the largest cities from the Baden Wuerttemberg province. The facility is located in an excellent place, close to three large highways and a train stop, ensuring easy transportation to the surrounding recreational areas, such as Disneyland Paris. It is also close to Austria and France. The onsite troops can enjoy a moderate climate with regular winters, a little snow and hot summers, but without as much humidity as in the northern part of the United States of America. The site is operated by two fields of the American forces – the Air Force and the Army.
MANNHEIM ARMY BASE
Coke/Diet + Chocolate Syrup + Coconut
this beverage is a drinkable version of a German Chocolate Cake
Merrill’s Marauders (named after Frank Merrill) was a United States Army long range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit, which fought in the South-East Asian theater of World War II, or China-Burma-India Theater. The unit became famous for its deep-penetration missions behind Japanese lines, often engaging Japanese forces superior in number
Freedom Fries, Guacamole, Two Fried Eggs Over Easy, Pastrami, Provolone Cheese, Private Sauce.
The Mark 13 torpedo was the U.S. Navy's most common aerial torpedo of World War II. It was the first American torpedo to be originally designed for launching from aircraft only. They were also used on PT boats.
(U.S. Army) used as a casual reference to the Master Parachutist's Badge. Also used to describe the Tank Gunner's red T-shaped handle, used in misfire procedures.
In the United States Navy, the master-at-arms rating is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, K-9, expeditionary, and anti-terrorism/force protection operations. It is one of the oldest ratings in the United States Navy, having been recognized since the Navy's inception.
The AGM-65 Maverick is an air-to-surface tactical missile designed for close air support, interdiction, and defense suppression. It is effective against a wide range of tactical targets, including armor, air defenses, ships, ground transportation, and fuel storage facilities
is one of those service members who often breaks the rules, and regularly annoys superiors: but he/she generally prevails in the end, just because they broke the rules in the first place…
If they're still competent military professionals, despite regarding following orders and regulations as optional, they might also be a Colonel Badass, a Sergeant Rock, and sometimes even a Four-Star Badass. If they can get away with just about anything, they have Ultimate Job Security.
(U.S. Army) Mobile Kitchen Trailer (MKT) .
(1) Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System, a visual landing aid used by naval aviators landing on a carrier. Aviators "call the ball" as a reference guide to their positioning in the landing sequence.
(2) The pennant flown to denote the ship has won the Battle "E" competition.
A side dish during chow that helps in identifying usually nondescript looking main dishes. i.e. Applesauce: Indicative of pork chops, Horseradish: Prime Rib Beef...etc.
Short for midnight rations. Food served to the midwatch. Generally a lazy navy cook phones it in by opening an industrial size can of ravioli and dumps out a couple loaves of white bread and calls it good. Punishment for being on the 0000-0400 watch.
Army, Military Occupation Speciality 92-G - Culinary Specialist
Marines, Military Occupation Speciality 3381 Food Service Specialist
Navy, Rating CA : Culinary Arts
Coast Guard, Rating: CA - Culinary Arts
Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) 3F131- Services
Were civilian colonists who independently organized to form well-prepared militia companies self-trained in weaponry, tactics, and military strategies from the American colonial partisan militia during the American Revolutionary War. They were also known for being ready at a minute's notice, hence the name. They provided a highly mobile, rapidly deployed force that allowed the colonies to respond immediately to war threat. Members of the National Guard are referred to as Minutemen because we have to be ready for rapid deployment at a minute's notice.
Grilled Chicken + Bacon + whiskey onions + Jalapeños + cheddar cheese + Private Sauce
The only religion-based unit in United States military history, served from July 1846 – July 1847 during the Mexican–American War of 1846–1848. The battalion was a volunteer unit of between 534 and 559 Latter-day Saint men, led by Mormon company officers commanded by regular U.S. Army officers. During its service, the battalion made a grueling march of nearly 2,000 miles from Council Bluffs, Iowa, to San Diego, California. The battalion’s march and service supported the eventual cession of much of the American Southwest from Mexico to the United States, especially the Gadsden Purchase of 1853 of southern Arizona and New Mexico. The march also opened a southern wagon route to California. Veterans of the battalion played significant roles in America's westward expansion in California, Utah, Arizona and other parts of the West.
nickname for LSA Anaconda, a major base near Balad, reflecting the frequent mortar attacks.
( U.S. Army) refers to the single chevron rank insignia of a private/E-2.
(U.S.) A nickname for an officer promoted from the enlisted ranks. Can be respectful when used by enlisted ranks and seasoned officers, or pejorative when used by career-oriented and/or snooty academy-trained officers.
(U.S.) meal-ready-to-eat, a.k.a. Mystery E, Meals Refusing to Exit and "Meals Rejected by Ethiopians".
MENU #12 (Vegitarian Burger)
1/4 Lb. BEYOND MEAT, Classified Sauce, Cheddar Cheese, Tomato, Lettuce
he process or event of accounting for members in a military unit. This practice of inspections led to the coining of the English idiom pass muster, meaning being sufficient. When a unit is created, it is "mustered in" and when it is disbanded, it is "mustered out". If a unit "musters" it is generally to take account of who is present and who is not. A muster roll is the list of members of a military unit, often including their rank and the dates they joined or left. A roll call is the reading aloud of the names on the muster roll and the responses, to determine who is present.
(U.S. Army) Term used by regular Army Soldiers to describe National Guardsmen
is a self-contained explosive device placed in water to damage or destroy surface ships or submarines. Unlike depth charges, mines are deposited and left to wait until they are triggered by the approach of, or contact with, any vessel or a particular vessel type, akin to anti-infantry vs. anti-vehicle mines. Naval mines can be used offensively, to hamper enemy shipping movements or lock vessels into a harbour; or defensively, to protect friendly vessels and create "safe" zones. Mines allow the minelaying force commander to concentrate warships or defensive assets in mine-free areas giving the adversary three choices: undertake an expensive and time-consuming minesweeping effort, accept the casualties of challenging the minefield, or use the unmined waters where the greatest concentration of enemy firepower will be encountered.
Operation Neptune Spear took place on May 2, 2011. The raid on a compound in Pakistan targeted Osama bin Laden. SEAL Team Six was tasked with the responsibility to either capture or kill the al-Qaeda leader.
The name “Operation Neptune Spear” refers to the SEAL insignia
Non-judicial punishment — also known as the Article 15 — is what Marines can face if they break the rules, but a commander doesn’t feel it’s bad enough to warrant a court martial. While the military justice system is the same across branches, the Marines are the only ones who refer to it as an NJP. If you walk out of your commanding officer’s door going down a rank or losing some pay, you probably got “ninja punched.
Sprite + Sour + Peach + Passion Fruit + Strawberry
(U.S.) Very early morning or any time before sunrise. Also O Early Hundred, O Dark O'clock, O Dark 30 Hours, 0 Dark Early, O Dark Stupid
etc. for night. Often, these terms overlap - 0200 is both too early and too late.
Freedom Fries, Two Fried Eggs Over Easy, JACK DANIEL’S Whiskey Caramelized Onions, Diced Jalapeños, Cheddar Cheese, Bacon, Private Sauce.
The Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA), also known as an SFOD-A or an 'A-Team', is the primary fighting force of the Green Berets.
ODAs are made up of 12 men, each with a separate Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). Each ODA member is cross-trained in other specialties.
U.S. Army basic service uniforms consisted of a winter service uniform of olive drab wool worn in temperate weather, and a summer service uniform of khaki cotton fabric worn in tropical weather. In addition to the service uniforms worn for ordinary duty and dress purposes there were a variety of fatigue and combat uniforms.
The OG-107 was the basic work utility uniform (fatigues) of all branches of the United States Armed Forces from 1952 until its discontinuation in 1989
SPECIAL COURSES / AIRBORNE WINGS
our fresh salads
As quickly as possible; without delay.
See "Barney Clark" A. tasty treat served at midrats consisting of a slider topped with a fried egg.
An Operation Order, often abbreviated to OPORD, is a plan format meant to assist subordinate units with the conduct of military operations. An OPORD describes the situation the unit faces, the mission of the unit, and what supporting activities the unit will conduct in order to achieve their commander's desired end state.
In the Military phonetic alphabet Oscar Mike means "On the Move"
The MV-22 Osprey is the primary assault support aircraft for the U.S. Marine Corps. It was fielded to replace the CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter and has been deployed to support troops in combat since 2007.
During World War II (1939-1945), the Battle of Normandy, which lasted from June 1944 to August 1944, resulted in the Allied liberation of Western Europe from Nazi Germany’s control. Codenamed Operation Overlord, the battle began on June 6, 1944, also known as D-Day, when some 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the heavily fortified coast of France’s Normandy region. The invasion was one of the largest amphibious military assaults in history and required extensive planning. Prior to D-Day, the Allies conducted a large-scale deception campaign designed to mislead the Germans about the intended invasion target. By late August 1944, all of northern France had been liberated, and by the following spring the Allies had defeated the Germans. The Normandy landings have been called the beginning of the end of war in Europe.
also called the Twelve Peers, are twelve legendary knights, the foremost members of Charlemagne's court in the 8th century. They first appear in the medieval (12th century) chanson de geste cycle of the Matter of France, where they play a similar role to the Knights of the Round Table in Arthurian romance. In these romantic portrayals, the chivalric paladins represent Christianity against a Saracen (Muslim) invasion of Europe.
a trusted military leader (as for a medieval prince)
The M109A6 Paladin 155 mm along with the M992A2 Field Artillery Ammunition Supply Vehicle (FAASV) provides the primary indirect-fire support to Armored Brigade Combat Teams (ABCT), Infantry Brigade Combat Teams and Stryker Brigade Combat Teams. Like the earlier M109 models, the M109A6 Paladin is a fully tracked, armored vehicle. The M109A6 Paladin configuration was achieved through modifications to earlier-built M109A2 and A3 vehicle hulls and the introduction of an entirely new cab and cannon assembly.
A member of the “Chair-Borne Infantry.”
is a military parachutist—someone trained to parachute into an operation, and usually functioning as part of an airborne force. Military parachutists and parachutes were first used on a large-scale during World War II for troop distribution and transportation.
GARLIC PARMESAN WINGS
Sprite + Sour + Peach + Passion Fruit + Strawberry
is a General of the United States Army who commanded the U.S. Seventh Army in the Mediterranean theater of World War II, and the U.S. Third Army in France and Germany following D-Day: the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944.
Patton is a 1970 American epic biographical war film about the U.S. General George S. Patton during World War II
Hamburger, Strawberry Jelly, Cheese, Cinnamon Jacked Bun, Powder sugar
This is our version of a Monte Cristo sandwich. We named it Patton because the Cinnamon Jacked Bun made us this of Patton wearing his helmet
The Sikorsky MH-60G/HH-60G Pave Hawk is a twin-turboshaft engine helicopter in service with the United States Air Force. It is a derivative of the UH-60 Black Hawk and incorporates the US Air Force PAVE electronic systems program… Pave Hawk's primary mission is insertion and recovery of special operations personnel, while the Pave Hawk's core mission is recovery of personnel under hostile conditions, including combat search and rescue
is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, west of Honolulu. It has been long visited by the Naval fleet of the United States, before it was acquired from the Hawaiian Kingdom by the U.S. with the signing of the Reciprocity Treaty of 1875. Much of the harbor and surrounding lands is now a United States Navy deep-water naval base. It is also the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet. The U.S. government first obtained exclusive use of the inlet and the right to maintain a repair and coaling station for ships here in 1887. The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Empire of Japan on December 7, 1941, was the immediate cause of the United States' entry into World War.
Hamburger, Grilled Pineapple, Pepper Jack Cheese, Bacon, Private Sauce.
(U.S. Army) 1. Term used by 155mm Artillery Cannon Crewmembers referring to the much smaller and less powerful 105mm Artillery Cannons. 2. Term used by Artillerymen for anything less powerful than a Howitzer. Example: M-16 Rifle or Mortars.
U.S. troops who served in Vietnam might be familiar with this mild version of an old spicy vegetable soup classic. The Pepper Pot Soup they knew in Southeast Asia, however, was actually pretty different from the first versions the Army made, which came during the Revolutionary War.
While Gen. George Washington was camped at Valley Forge in 1777, his baker was Christopher Ludwick, who had a lot of experience with desperation, baking for the Austrian Army during the 1742 Siege of Prague and later for the English Royal Navy. He knew how to make rations stretch and to make something improvised seem more palatable.
At Valley Forge, Ludwick scrounged for old potatoes, old meat and whatever vegetables were around to make a soup that could be boiled and made healthy again. To cover the taste of the old stew, he used hot peppers and black peppercorns. "The Pepper Pot" reinvigorated the Continentals and entered the Army field manual for the next 200 years.
The Second Battle of Fallujah, codenamed Operation al-Fajr (Arabic:'The Dawn') and Operation Phantom Fury, was an American-led offensive of the Iraq War that lasted roughly six weeks, starting 7 November 2004.
(U.S., World War II) Slang for a hand grenade, due to the pineapple-like shape of army issue Mk. II hand grenades. (U.S., pejorative) person from Hawaii (not necessarily ethnic Polynesian).
Is a military unit typically composed of two or more squads/sections/patrols.
[pronounced "pogue"] People Other than Grunts or Personal on Ground
POG is American pejorative military slang for non-infantry MOS (military occupational specialty) staff, and other rear-echelon or support units.
Mello Yello + Watermelon + Pineapple + Coconut
"Pogey bait" is a reference to sweets or candy, which was in usage in the military as early as 1918. The term alludes to food (and other luxuries) rarely afforded to grunts in the field.
(U.S.) The Marines in China before WWII were issued candy (Baby Ruths, Tootsie Rolls, etc.) as part of their ration supplements. At the time, sugar and other assorted sweets were rare commodities in China and much in demand by the Chinese, so the troops found the candy useful for bartering in town. The Chinese word for prostitute, roughly translated, is "pogey". Thus, Marines being Marines, candy became "Pogey Bait". A term that was also used during the Vietnam War.
Fresh Cut Sweet Potatoes
A sailor who has not yet crossed the equator
A poolee is an individual who has already signed up to become a Marine but has not yet left for the 13 weeks of recruit training at boot camp in San Diego or Parris Island.
An O5 (Lieutenant Colonel). Called this because the insignia is an oak leaf and looks like a kernel of popcorn.
(U.S. Air Force) An Airman whose technical training school is 6 weeks or less.
(U.S.) Term for the 200-round box used with an M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW).
The MQ-1B Predator is an armed, multi-mission, medium-altitude, long-endurance remotely piloted aircraft that is employed primarily as an intelligence-collection asset and secondarily against dynamic execution targets. Given its significant loiter time, wide-range sensors, multi-mode communications suite, and precision weapons, it provides a unique capability to perform strike, coordination and reconnaissance (SCAR) against high-value, fleeting, and time-sensitive targets.
a soldier of the lowest rank, in particular an enlisted person in the US Army or Marine Corps ranking below private first class.
24 oz Refreshment
a made of Rank for a Private who tries to act with authority they do not have.
Bacon wrap All Beef Hot Dog, Lettuce, Tomato, Private Sauce.
A) The disturbed mass of air or water pushed by the propeller of an aircraft or propeller-driven watercraft.
B) In military or other social organizations involving aircraft or boats, a mythical substance supposedly used to wash propellers.
We sent the new recruit to obtain a bucket of prop wash.
Root Beer + Toasted Marshmallow + Vanilla
A member of the United States U.S. Coast Guard, so-called because of the mistaken belief that they never sail into deep water.
MELLO YELLO + CHEESECAKE + KEY LIME JUICE + VANILLA
The Punisher, aka Frank Castle, is a former Force Reconnaissance Marine and Vietnam War veteran, though in newer issues his military service has become more nebulous, hinting at the character’s involvement in more recent conflicts. After the death of his family, Castle dons the guise of the Punisher, a pitiless anti-hero who delivers justice to his targets in the form of violent death. Wearing all black with a white skull emblazoned on his chest, the symbol is usually the last thing his targets see.
Freedom Fries, Two Fried Eggs Over Easy, Bacon, Jalapeños, Chipotle Slaw, Sriracha, Private Sauce
(U.S. Army) . A Soldier who purchases and wears badges, tabs, and insignia without having graduated from the appropriate corresponding schools, usually without the approval of the chain of command.
Any retard in the U.S. Army that goes to the PX, buys military awards and/or decorations that they didn’t earn and then pins them on their chest so that they can go around looking like a hero.
What we call in military science nomenclature, a quick reaction force, also known as a quick reactionary force, is an armed military unit capable of rapidly responding to developing situations, typically to assist allied units in need of such assistance.
military slang for rest and recuperation, is a term used for the free time of a soldier or international UN staff serving in unaccompanied duty stations. The term is used by a number of militaries such as the United States Armed Forces and British Armed Forces.
Pibb Extra + Pina Colada Puree + Pineapple + Coconut Cream
Imagine setton a tropical beach with this drink in you hand
The Marine Raider Regiment, formerly known as the Marine Special Operations Regiment, is a special operations force of the United States Marine Corps, part of Marine Corps Special Operations Command. Renamed for its predecessor, the elite World War II Marine Raiders, this unit is the principal combat component of MARSOC, which is the Marine Corps’ contribution to the United States Special Operations Command.
Freedom Fries, Real Pepper Jack Cheese, House Made Pastrami and Chipotle Slaw.
is a United States air force base located in German Rhineland. It is NATO’s (National Atlantic Treaty organization) central base for units and training as well as the headquarters for United States Air force operation in Europe. The Ramstein Air Base has a large housing community for troops including several hundred single family homes maintained. They also cater 11,000 available properties for rent in the surrounding communities where servicemen can take advantage of the overseas housing allowance. It is called the “little America” because of the 50,000 U.S. personnel living in the area.
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE
Pibb Extra + Cherry + Chocolate + Cherries
This is our version of a liquid Black Forest Cake
The term ranger has been in use unofficially in a military context since the early 17th century. The first military company officially commissioned as rangers were English soldiers fighting in King Philip's War (1676) and from there the term came into common official use in the French and Indian Wars. There have been American military companies officially called Rangers since the American Revolution.
Army Rangers, is an elite light infantry airborne special operations capable force that is part of the United States Army Special Operations Command. The Regiment is headquartered at Fort Benning, Georgia and is composed of one special troops battalion and three Ranger battalions. The primary mission of the Regiment is to conduct direct action raids in hostile or sensitive environments worldwide, often killing or capturing high value targets.
Freedom Fries, Real Cheddar Cheese and Crumbled Bacon.
The MQ-9 Reaper is the primary offensive strike unmanned aerial vehicle for the U.S. Air Force. Given its significant loiter time, wide-range sensors, multi-mode communications suite, and precision weapons -- it provides a unique capability to perform strike, coordination, and reconnaissance against high-value, fleeting, and time-sensitive targets.
Reapers can also perform the following missions and tasks: intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, close air support, combat search and rescue, precision strike, buddy-laser, convoy/raid overwatch, route clearance, target development, and terminal air guidance.
For thousands of years, various cultures have had figures to represent death. One of the most common and enduring of these is the Grim Reaper—usually a skeletal figure, who is often shrouded in a dark, hooded robe and carrying a scythe to “reap” human souls.
Reconnaissance is the military term for exploring beyond the area occupied by friendly forces to gain vital information about enemy forces or features of the environment for later analysis and/or dissemination.
nickname for the 34th Infantry Division is an infantry division of the United States Army, part of the Minnesota and Iowa National Guard, that participated in World War I, World War II and multiple current conflicts.
Ketchup with a Kick
was an American military operation conducted on 13 December 2003 in the town of ad-Dawr, Iraq, near Tikrit, that led to the capture of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. The operation was named after the 1984 film Red Dawn.
iterally refers to the hand-launched red pyrotechnic signal flare. In non-combat situations, acknowledgement of a precarious situation or need for help. A humorous derivation is brown star cluster for metaphorical panicked defecation.
A personalizes Pineapple upside down cake, the cluster of Maraschino cherries in the center of the pineapple with the red color going into the pineapple make it looks like a distress call.
Z Special Unit was a joint Allied Special Forces unit formed during the Second World War to operate behind Japanese lines in South East Asia. Predominantly Australian, Z Special Unit was a specialist reconnaissance and sabotage unit that included British, Dutch, New Zealand, Timorese and Indonesian members.
Australian Burger ¼ lb Burger, pickled red beets, Cheddar Cheese, Fried Egg, private sauce
We named the RED ZULU after the Z Special Unit. ‘Z’ in the military’s phonetic alphabet is Zulu and the unique flavor that the Red beets bring to the burge. Red Zulu sounds like a badass military unit like the Brave men of ‘Z’ special Unit.
a bugle call, trumpet call, drum, fife-and-drum or pipes call used to wake military personnel at sunrise. The name comes from réveille (or réveil), the French word for "wake up".