Posted on Feb 8, 2015
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MSG Infantry Senior Sergeant
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High speed low drag, or low speed high drag (depending on the individual).

Ate up

As many as there are I'm drawing a blank......
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Leg is a good one, MAJ (Join to see). Also, maybe pogue? Or dud (referring to a person)?

And "fourth point of contact" is an excellent example. (in your link)

Also, how about REMF?
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SFC Mark Merino
SFC Mark Merino
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I named my track BOHICA when I was on Bradleys. 
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SSgt Thomas A Tullis Jr
SSgt Thomas A Tullis Jr
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How about "shave tail"? So before you get all PC me on this term has nothing to do w/ female military personnel.
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MSG John Wirts
MSG John Wirts
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Shave tail is a hold over from the horse cavalry, it applied primarily to mules and was used to identify new mules who had not been militarized yet. their tails were shaved to warn troops these mules were new and not used to the military yet. A second Lt was also new to service and in those days quite often very ignorant of service protocol. So that became the slang for new mules and officers.
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Good ones
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MSG John Wirts
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What is a Duce? For infantry MC or Army it is MA duce 50 cal machine gun. for indirect fire infantry duce is 4 duce mortar. Miltary driver a duce was a 21/2 ton truck, and for the AF a Duce was a F102 fighter. Any questions?
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SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL
SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL
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MSG John Wirts, in my opinion jut OLE TYME SAKES!
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