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Boot Camp/Military Hazing Stories

Discussion in 'Military' started by THXEY, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. Sep 5, 2009 at 1:10 PM
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    THXEY

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    so my dad was in the navy and yesterday he was telling us all his hazing/prank stories so i know theres a bunch of military guys on here so lets hear em!
     
  2. Sep 5, 2009 at 1:21 PM
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    I've been asked to go talk to the Master Chief and ask for a can of JP-5 Oven Cleaner. (JP-5 is jet fuel for those that don't know...and bugging a Master Chief for stupid shit is NEVER a good idea).

    Falls right in line with getting the new guys to find a bucket of prop wash, a spool of flight line, opening the sea chest, or tuning the radar with a large broomstick covered in tin foil...
     
  3. Sep 5, 2009 at 1:22 PM
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    my favorite one that my dad told me was mail buoy watch
    and poly wog hazing hahahaha
     
  4. Sep 5, 2009 at 1:34 PM
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    Yeah...There are TONS of "ceremonies" that are mild hazing now- but they used to be pretty intense...
     
  5. Sep 5, 2009 at 1:38 PM
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    Sent one of my subordinates to another section to get a "semen meter." Guys at the other shop rigged up a flashlight head, a couple of voltmeter leads with a toggle switch cover and put it in a file card box. Had a fake I.D. plate. Made him sign it out. Got a lot of laughs when he brought it back to the shop. Also did a few echo checks on F-4 engines, and there was the voice activated light-all.
     
  6. Sep 5, 2009 at 1:39 PM
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    Another good one was the ball-bearing checking fixture. A staff-sergeant spent about 10 minutes in his tool room looking for one.
     
  7. Sep 5, 2009 at 1:46 PM
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    "Go get me a bucket of rotor wash"

    "go down to (said shop - flightline) and get a stack of (said mos - 53's)"
     
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    Go to Maint. Control and find me a prick E-6. Go to tool room and get me some Chemlight batteries. Go to Maint. Control and get the keys to the Jet. Go find me 50ft of flightline. Go to Quality Assurance and tell them we need a new AMO ours is AFU. Thats all I can think of at the moment. I have so many more that we have done to the new guys(FNGs).
     
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    Or for you flightliners out there, how about telling the FNG that he needs to go get his steel toe boots checked at NDI? Pretty funny seeing the FNG with big white X's on the tops of their toes after NDI deems his boots bad.
     
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    How bout the good ol Box of Grid Squares:D
     
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    hahahaha ive heard the prick e-6 before haha
     
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    bucket of dehydrated steam , a pu55y , pipe strecher , bubble cal fluid for levels. bucket of a i r , left handed cresent wrench . i work in the ship yard i hear stuff like this all the time.
     
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    Variation of the left hand crescent wrench is a metric one.
     
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    When I help to secure Site-R in MD we had a guard shack on top of the mountain with two MP's in it. There was a small water tower behind it. When we had someone new we would send them up the tower to watch for low flying aircraft.

    We would also handcuff them to the rails of the bus on their first ride out to Site-R. Normally it would just be the hands but if they resisted too much then we would cuff their feet as well. They would swing back and forth like a dead dear on a pole.

    Also, on your last day at work they would cut your uniform off of you on the ride back to the barracks. Normally it was just the pants legs but one time we got carried away with this CPL. He got off the bus wearing one boot, white briefs, and his pistol belt.
     
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    Anybody remember "grid leak bias" from AF tech training awhile ago?
     
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    smoke wrench
     
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    When I was in tech school, there was an airman named Barneveld. After being shown how to put a tester into a pylon breach, Barnaveld was told to demonstrate. When he tried, the tester wouldn't fit. There was a breach cap in the breach. Barnaveld tried a couple of times to get the tester in the breach, but couldn't figure out why it wouldn't go in. That's when the instructor (a staff sergeant) said to Barnaveld, " I can't call you a m----- f----- because you're a student, but if your IQ was 2 points higher, you'd be a tree."
     
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    We set up a young boot Marine officer with an investigation one time. Every officer in the command was in on it. He got to investigate the case of the missing keys to the CO's HMMWV. We sent him to everyone, getting statements, chasing leads, etc.

    Of course a HMMWV does not have keys. Took him 2 days to figure it out.

    Edit: Also, there is no such thing as hazing, just good training.
     
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    I enjoyed handing out the "mechanic punch".
     
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