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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:02 am

You contradicted yourself like 4 times in that last post...

...and I don't understand what you mean by "Marines unlike any other service really have to rearn the right to be a Marine."
...umm...what?


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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:28 am

how did i contradicted myself? pls show me so i may correct it. or explain it better for you.
and you will not understand what i meant by Marines have to earn the right to be a Marine. unless you go through what they do.
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:36 am

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how did i contradicted myself? pls show me so i may correct it. or explain it better for you.

Ah nevermind, you edited. Whatever you gotta do to make yourself feel smart Rolling Eyes
Two can play that game Laughing

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and you will not understand what i meant by Marines have to earn the right to be a Marine. unless you go through what they do.

Try me, I'm here to learn afterall. You inplied that those serving in other branches don't have to earn the right to respect...and I'd like an explaination.
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:53 am

hummm i have edited nothing. i think you miss read something.

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Try me, I'm here to learn afterall. You inplied that those serving in other branches don't have to earn the right to respect...and I'd like an explaination.

it has nothing to do with respect. it has to do with pride.

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edited by slob, And other Service members have none ??
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:56 am

"Watch your language" the internet...
THREAD LOCK PLEASE

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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:04 am

Look Guys,

Don磘 go making a mountain out of a mole hill,

Nobody is going to eat your lunch for wearing Name Tapes, Patches and so on, the law is on the book for the infinite stupid, that feel it is O.K. to use the uniform for their benifits or criminal activities, i.e. Getting on base `` I Forgot my I.D. Card 创, then they get in, use the Commisary, PX, steal from Units and Unit Areas, break into Ammo Storage Sites, Weapon Repair Depots and so on, never taking into account that any crime commited on a Military Base is a federal offense and makes the criminal subject to both the UCMJ and Civilian Laws.

The purpose of my original post was to inform, not to scare. If you go `` Original 创, more power to you, don磘 sweat it, just be prepared to catch some grief from Dimm witted Prior Service, or the uninformed twat.

If you should get called by an Active Duty, or Prior Service player, play up to their Pride, `` No I磎 not in the Army, but I can磘 wait to Join, and who knows maybe some of the things I learn Playing AS will help later on. 创

Just like everywhere and anyplace else in the world, you are going to cross paths with DumbAsses, be the better person and out smart them use Tact, for those that don磘 know what Tact is...............

Tact is the ability to be able to tell somebody to go F*** themselves, and they will ask how far should they stick it in ( Happily ).

to the trivia question,
Sorry SD, not even close, Try again ??

John Wayne, that was meant as a joke, right ???that cross dressing freak couldn磘 even carry his rifle correctly in ``The Green Berets创.

\"Watch your language\" is for Heroes ??? Totaly Made up, not based ony any real person or persons military experiance.

Here is a hint, Both were MoH winners, and to give away one of them, During a dance at a Famous Military Academy where he was invited to speak, his MoH got hung up on his fruit salad ( Ribbon Rack ), he was approaced by a full bird, `` Lt. ****** !!, Is that how you wear your Medal of Honor !!!??? 创 without missing a beat, `` Gee Sir, that磗 how I wear mine, How do you wear yours ?? 创 ( a fine display of Tact by the way ).
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 2:05 am

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"Im gunna just wear my stuff around town or to the airsoft field to get attention and make people think I'm a Marine and have them come up and thank me for service that I really haven't done and likely never will do...oh man that'd be so cool. But hey, that's alright cuz I'm totally MCJROTC...thats like the next best thing right? I'm totally MCJROTC! OORAH!"

Same goes for doing that online.

I never said anything like that. I'm not a Marine, and I don't act like I am. I act like a MCJROTC Cadet. We say Oohrah in MCJROTC and our motto is Semper Fidelis. MCJROTC is a program meant to prepare possible candidates for MCSROTC/OCS, hence the name "Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps". As for enlisting being something I'm "likely never to do", hate to break it to you buddy, but I'm enlisting as soon as I graduate. While I recognize that doesn't necessarily mean I'll make it through boot camp, keep in mind, I achieve what I want to. When I wear my MCJROTC uniform, I wear it with the utmost respect for the ones who live and die in the uniforms of our Armed Forces. Coming from the family I do, there is no higher honor than serving in the Armed Forces of your country, and I respect everyone who puts on a uniform for their country. I would never do anything to tarnish the uniform I have the privilege to wear in MCJROTC.

If you have a problem with me using my Cadet Photo as my avatar, you're going to have to get over it. Each Cadet in the program has their Cadet Photo taken. It is used in everything from the Unit Picture Wall to Rifle Team Listings to Cadet of the Week awards. I am proud of having the privilege to wear the MCJROTC uniform.
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 2:21 am

don\'t worry Jarhead999 76 65 wear your uniform with the pride it gives you. and ignore Spl. Durkee he's just an internet tough guy that does not have the intestinal fortitude to try and be a Marine, or Solder or anything else that would cause him to put down his mountain dew and step away from his computer.
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 4:04 am

I'm not taking sides here, but please show respect for "veteran" members, such as Spl. Durkee, and yes even the lowly Jarhead. (I jest, love you all)

Slob you make me laugh every time... I wish I could AS with you.
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 6:42 am

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don't worry Jarhead999 76 65 wear your uniform with the pride it gives you. and ignore Spl. Durkee he's just an internet tough guy that does not have the intestinal fortitude to try and be a Marine, or Solder or anything else that would cause him to put down his mountain dew and step away from his computer.

lets no turn this into my dick is bigger than yours contest. you personally don't know durkee, so i wouldn't go so far as to judge whether or not he's "man" enough. maybe he has more to his life than the military, maybe he'll actually try and go to college. (not dissing the military in anyway)

there are no "refs" at jericho only game coordinators. they all expect us to be mature and responsible enough to play honorable and make the game is play out how it should be

anywho. uniform is fine, i don't tthink the gov't is going raid your house to check the serial numbers on your uniforms. so long as you keep off ranks, unit patches (except for airsoft units) and campaign ribbons (who wears those on a field uniform anyway?) you should be good to go
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 8:44 am

Well I磎 going to call it like I see it,

randver
1, Every post that you have made offering information has been wrong, misleading or an outright crock of $hit

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hello all. im new here and a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman. i have been in for 14 years
How did you beat your HYT ?? Again I will ask, Naval Reserves ??

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no one i know has ever used it with the 4 pouches on the front of the vest. on patrols i would leave the molle bag in the hummvee and take a smaller bag with me.
So if you happen to have multiple wounded, others get to suffer needlessly because you can磘 pack the gear ?? and its HMMWV not humvee.

2, reference Aid Bags,
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sorry i do not have a link at this time. but like most military items it only comes in one color. another reason i liked to leave it. some people made slip on covers for them from old desert tops. but you have to take the cove off to get in the bag.
Wrong again, they not only come in OD, they come in every camo pattern of standard issued uniforms and in base OD, Tan, Black

3, In this thread alone,
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if you notice people in war movies wearing uniforms that do not have any differences. you will see a comment in the credits about them thanking the Military for there support or permission, or something along those lines. or they get around it by using active duty personal.
You have no idea what you are talking about, all uniforms are flawed either through Rank, Awards, DoI, Branch of Service, or in how they are worn and by who, Film companies must present the DoD with a full script for their approval, and when the film is depicting a certain incident or individual, they have to have additional permission from the Branch of Service in question, the best example being Heartbreak Ridge

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JROTC is a Military sponsored school program. so there uniforms are a school uniform and not a military uniform.
The uniforms are a Military Uniform with Cadet ranks and awards, kinda like West Point, Annapolis, USAFA and so on, tho the cadet holds no weight with Active Duty personel, they are afforded the same amount of respect as all persons serving in the uniformed services.

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i most be the old man here then im on my 2nd wife lol
Wrong agin, I am, and if you are as old as you say you are, you should be ashamed of yourself, instead of belittleing, insulting, you should be offering good solid assistance, not just hip-shot BS

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randver wrote:
don't worry Jarhead999 76 65 wear your uniform with the pride it gives you. and ignore Spl. Durkee he's just an internet tough guy that does not have the intestinal fortitude to try and be a Marine, or Solder or anything else that would cause him to put down his mountain dew and step away from his computer.

I will be "Watch your language" if I sit here and allow some wannabe Pier Que*r", insult senior members of this Forum, never mind the fact that Spl Durkee has been involved here longer than you, he has provided more substantial and `` Correct 创 help and information than you have even thought about, he goes out of his way to be polite, correct, and to pose solid questions to posts by questionable members.
You have no idea what this young man is capable of, you have no inclination what his future plans may be, you have not the smallest iota of information concerning his inner strengths, weaknesses, internal drive, hopes, dreams or ambitions.

I would suggest that you take a step back, reevaluate your own individual intrests concerning this Forum.


ADMIN, Sticks13, if you find my response to be over the top, please feel free to ban me.
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:30 pm

randver wrote:
don't worry Jarhead999 76 65 wear your uniform with the pride it gives you. and ignore Spl. Durkee he's just an internet tough guy that does not have the intestinal fortitude to try and be a Marine, or Solder or anything else that would cause him to put down his mountain dew and step away from his computer.

Hate to break it to you mate but Durkee has more balls then you ever will. You do realize what SAR training, as well as 3 rescues imply right?

Sadly that does not involve sitting at home with mt. Dew

And FYI? Any real service member would kick your ass for the comments thats been going on...if your in the force you have the right to insult other brances...if your some snot nosed kid on a forum that thinks he is a bad ass marine..you haven't...and most likly you never will.

Learn some respect..just becouse your hiding behind a computer doesnt mean you should forget the manners you were tought.


Ah didnt see slobs posts..got to the second page and had to say somthing..but I agree with Slobs statments 100%
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:37 pm

Cool stuff, guys. All kinds of stuff I never knew. Especially Slob's posts about the legality of everything...real good resource.
I'm still confused bout the trivia...hahah. I bet it's something simple...like the trivia question about the mars rover.

And I happen to enjoy mah Mountain Dew, thankyouverymuch...
...ees bubbly...but I'm 'fraid mah intestines might not be fortuitous 'nuff to hold back eets carbonated godliness! (My new forum signature????)

Pending moderator action, you're welcome back here...but check your ego (lol I almost said "eggo"...mmmmm....waffles...) at the door.
And for Pedro's sake...we're an airsoft forum...if you're on here, you can't possibly be inclined to take yourself seriously Laughing

Now I will go back to nursing this can.

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there are no "refs" at jericho only game coordinators. they all expect us to be mature and responsible enough to play honorable and make the game is play out how it should be
Jericho has always been a model field. I would be a regular there if it weren't for the distance.
SC Village, Hollywood Sports and other "paintballized" fields are corporate-owned...so naturally the BS spews forth from their bowels like Fox News.
Which is why outlaw airsofting is so prevalent around here, unfortunately...
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 3:30 pm

Great job guys, and hey, randver or whatever your stupid name is, don't PM me about my thread, about my response, apologizing for being a dick, then saying you just going to keep doing it!
Man oh man, get lost "kid."
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 4:40 pm

I have to agree with durkee. I love mtn dew. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 7:04 pm

(Applause) Slob...In my entire life I can not become more of a man than you!

On a less serious note-When reading slob's post all i could imagine was a very large german man stepping on a Retarded Snake! Lol and Mickey Mouse was there!
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 9:40 pm

Insane Mercc wrote:
(Applause) Slob...In my entire life I can not become more of a man than you!

On a less serious note-When reading slob's post all i could imagine was a very large german man stepping on a Retarded Snake! Lol and Mickey Mouse was there!

i LOL'ed...And as for the dew? mello yellow was 100000000000 times better..sadly you can\'t buy anymore...cept for restuarants who have contracts.


But back on topic of the Uniform heres my take on it.....At games wear what ever you want...outside of games? I like to follow the philosophy of the Marines...DO NOT wear your uniform of base unless its a emergency or you have to get gas or some such. (So no going around in public)...even in JROTC outside of events I would never wear my uniform..same with airsoft..never wore a complete uniform on the way to games or back home
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 11:10 pm

Slob. That was said perfectly. I agreed with everything you said. Durkee is a very helpful member in this forum, and I absolutely hate these new kids coming in here pretending to be in the military or something they're not, and that they are better than the rest of the members. If it was me, He would be banned immediately, along with all of the others who started doing this. Learn your places before you start talking shi t.


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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 11:13 pm

Am I allowed to keep a BDU jacket, with woodland camo issued by the Air Force? It says My great uncles name, rank and U.S. AIR FORCE? Hes dead now, but I found it in my grandparents attic, and they said I could have it, or (theoretically) the government show up at my door and take it? (I don\'t wear it airsofting, I keep it in my closet.)
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Mon Jun 14, 2010 11:14 pm

Wertuk wrote:
Am I allowed to keep a BDU jacket, with woodland camo issued by the Air Force? It says My great uncles name, rank and U.S. AIR FORCE? Hes dead now, but I found it in my grandparents attic, and they said I could have it, or (theoretically) the government show up at my door and take it? (I don't wear it airsofting, I keep it in my closet.)
I usually wear my dad's Air Force BDU to airsoft. Never had any problems, and I dare the Government to try and take it Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:04 am

slob212 wrote:
Well I磎 going to call it like I see it,

randver
1, Every post that you have made offering information has been wrong, misleading or an outright crock of $hit

Quote :
hello all. im new here and a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman. i have been in for 14 years
How did you beat your HYT ?? Again I will ask, Naval Reserves ??

Quote :
no one i know has ever used it with the 4 pouches on the front of the vest. on patrols i would leave the molle bag in the hummvee and take a smaller bag with me.
So if you happen to have multiple wounded, others get to suffer needlessly because you can磘 pack the gear ?? and its HMMWV not humvee.

2, reference Aid Bags,
Quote :
sorry i do not have a link at this time. but like most military items it only comes in one color. another reason i liked to leave it. some people made slip on covers for them from old desert tops. but you have to take the cove off to get in the bag.
Wrong again, they not only come in OD, they come in every camo pattern of standard issued uniforms and in base OD, Tan, Black

3, In this thread alone,
Quote :
if you notice people in war movies wearing uniforms that do not have any differences. you will see a comment in the credits about them thanking the Military for there support or permission, or something along those lines. or they get around it by using active duty personal.
You have no idea what you are talking about, all uniforms are flawed either through Rank, Awards, DoI, Branch of Service, or in how they are worn and by who, Film companies must present the DoD with a full script for their approval, and when the film is depicting a certain incident or individual, they have to have additional permission from the Branch of Service in question, the best example being Heartbreak Ridge

Quote :
JROTC is a Military sponsored school program. so there uniforms are a school uniform and not a military uniform.
The uniforms are a Military Uniform with Cadet ranks and awards, kinda like West Point, Annapolis, USAFA and so on, tho the cadet holds no weight with Active Duty personel, they are afforded the same amount of respect as all persons serving in the uniformed services.

Quote :
i most be the old man here then im on my 2nd wife lol
Wrong agin, I am, and if you are as old as you say you are, you should be ashamed of yourself, instead of belittleing, insulting, you should be offering good solid assistance, not just hip-shot BS

In closing,

Quote :
randver wrote:
don't worry Jarhead999 76 65 wear your uniform with the pride it gives you. and ignore Spl. Durkee he's just an internet tough guy that does not have the intestinal fortitude to try and be a Marine, or Solder or anything else that would cause him to put down his mountain dew and step away from his computer.

I will be "Watch your language" if I sit here and allow some wannabe Pier Que*r", insult senior members of this Forum, never mind the fact that Spl Durkee has been involved here longer than you, he has provided more substantial and `` Correct 创 help and information than you have even thought about, he goes out of his way to be polite, correct, and to pose solid questions to posts by questionable members.
You have no idea what this young man is capable of, you have no inclination what his future plans may be, you have not the smallest iota of information concerning his inner strengths, weaknesses, internal drive, hopes, dreams or ambitions.

I would suggest that you take a step back, reevaluate your own individual intrests concerning this Forum.


ADMIN, Sticks13, if you find my response to be over the top, please feel free to ban me.
thank you slob! I haven't really been reading these posts but I just did. I'm kinda worked up. great, now I get to go to bed all p.o.
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Tue Jun 15, 2010 2:24 am

And now we lock up Smile

Oh wait, someone needs to answer Wertuck's question on the uniform.

I'm going to say that there is no issue with wearing military BDU's legality-wise...but I don't have anything to back that really other than the fact that myself or the thousands of other players have yet to have DOD knocking on our door. But we should wait to hear what Slob or some other ejukat'd person has to say.

bounce bounce bounce bounce <-----I have trouble waiting for extended periods of time...
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PostSubject: Re: Forced to Cover Up   Tue Jun 15, 2010 9:50 am

Gentelmen, you have the information,

Nobody is going to eat your lunch or come banging down your door for your Uniform or AS equipment, Like I said earlier, use the information to better protect yourself against the uniformed and those suffering from a Napolian Complex.

Besides, you can always fall back on the excuse `` I磎 Reenacting my favorite Unit ! 创, end of discussion.

The only one that may want to re-think what uniform they are wearing are those enrolled in a JROTC/JRTC program, I wouldn磘 have anything on my uniform that connects you to the School Program.
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