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Soldiers preparing to turn in weapons line up and dry fire their rifles into the barrel. In semi-polite company this is referred to as a Charlie Foxtrot (from the NATO phonetic alphabet) .Also used as slang to describe the "area effect" nature of artillery.(US Navy & Marine Corps) A high-gloss dress shoe, typically made of plastic rather than leather to enhance gloss and eliminate the need for polishing. By extension from (1), the Canadian Forces insignia in general.(US Army) Stands for "Case Of The Dumb Asses." Spoken in both full context and abbreviation.Buckshee equipment or ammunition is outside the normal accounting system and is often bartered by those who find themselves in possession of it.The origin and nature of the stores determines whether this is a serious issue.(USN) : In boot camp, a company (group) of recruits who are incapable of performing any task correctly, regardless of the rewards or consequences."(US) A derogatory term used by cadets at the United States Military Academy and midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy to refer to the United States Air Force Academy.Refers to the perception of more relaxed standards of military discipline, and the generally less spartan living conditions for cadets, at the AFA as compared to the other academies.(Singapore) Reference to senior officers of rank major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel, whose rank insignias are respectively one, two, or three State Crests, the outline of each resembling a crab.Generally pejorative, when used outside the company of said personnel.
Involves covering the head and arms of the target with a blanket to prevent fighting back or identification of the attackers while a beating is administered.(UK) Any storeman (even if he doesn't deal with blankets) .
Not to be confused with the all-metal "Food Container, Insulated" or "FCI" which is commonly called a "mermite can."(US) Is the military equivalent to the civilian Jodies in cadences, and always a tough guy.
Illustrated in the song lyrics: "Hey, hey, Captain Jack, meet me down by the railroad tracks.
In air exercises, it is common to "spike" or lock onto a friendly without engaging.
This causes the targeted aircraft's defense systems to warn of active targeting.