Discussion in 'Infantry' started by DevilDog9403, Aug 26, 2003.
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I'm new here. Name is DevilDog9403
Whats going on?
I'm sorry theres nobody here right now to take your call, if you'd like to leave name and number after the tone we will get back to you when we have returned from operations.
The Thin red line is well.......very very VERY Thin at the moment.
There just aint any infantry about mate.
Yo devil dog...pull up a chair have a warm beer and a cold woman..welcome to fanny...british style
Thanks for the welcome.
I've got a job to do right now so I'll just take a soda.
No infantry? Ah well, probably for the better
Now, time to buckle down to work.
Who voted for the U.S.N.?
The correct answer was the U.S.M.C.
We are the mens department of the Navy.
Where is everyone located in the U.K.?
And last but not least, are there any fellow Scotch/Irish on these boards?
i voted navy cos they have a use they can provide us with stuff unlike marines who provide us with dead mates
Lol, if you were of Scottish decent, you certainly wouldn't be asking for fellow Scotch!!!
Have a little more whiskey...your face'll turn blue one day......
Well Devil Dog, it is obviously the USN. Not because I spent 10 years there but because the Navy encompasses every force. The Navy can fight in the air, at sea, on the ground and strike from miles away.
Which is the best arm of the U.S. Armed Forces?
U.S.M.C. (United States Marine Corp)
U.S.A. (United States Army)
U.S.A.F. (United States Air Force)
U.S.N. (United States Navy)
I take it that this would relate to the UnServicable Armed Forces
I vote for - the option not listed
They are all crack happy and cr@p
Any chance of us being pleasant to one of our overseas visitors for a change?
That's quite alright CO, I would be hostile too if all I had to **** off to was a picture of the Queen.
The best bit of the US Armed Forces to have deployed in recent years is the British Bit
Semper Fi, do or die?
hey diddle diddle, straight up the middle
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