Informal address for a Corporal or Lance-Corporal. Canada, signals Probably derived from 1 , garbled or incomprehensible signals. Army In reference to a kind of pre-packaged meal, Usually more edible than an MRE but lacks any way of heating the food. Air Force to eject from an aircraft. Same as "Hooah," used in the U. Often said of artillerymen or drivers.
Appendix:Glossary of British military slang and expressions
To "ruck up" is to get through a particularly challenging or stressful situation. Air Force and U. By entering this site, you certify that you are 18 years or older and, if required in the locality where you view this site, 21 years or older, that you have voluntarily come to this site in order to view sexually explicit material. A device which fits on the end of an M16 rifle which fired a donut shaped rubber bullet used in riot control.
May also refer to a useless person. Navy used during flight operations. You get the drift. Royal Air Force description of lack of visible landmarks during the 1st Gulf War.
Also the crew's knowledge is examined and all facets of nuclear system maintenance, procedures, and documentation are reviewed. Sometimes used to dismiss a warrant officer who is noted for being very arrogant and proliferate in the use of his authority. Banging up a Humvee in the process of teaching new soldiers to drive it. Navy A verb used to describe a situation where someone has some pain inflicted on them due to something associated to the Navy. Kimberly Hackbarth "Nut to butt". Military slang is also used to reinforce the usually friendly interservice rivalries. Navy or "getting cycled" In boot camp, the act of being "beat" by your company commanders via strenuous.