Last edited by Tak; 08-02-2013 at 09:40 PM.
3708 BMTS 1982, that video pretty much sums it up. Folding (and ironing) our underwear into a 5 inch square was one of the keys to victory in the Cold War.
"Never force a fart in Djibouti"..."Always marry your second wife first"..."If anyone says that you're not a team player, maybe they're on the wrong team"..."You can gold plate a turd and it's still a turd"
3706 BMTS 1982, arrived June 11. Started smoking two weeks into BMT after I found that smokers got smoke breaks.
Holy crap, my recruiter showed me this video before I enlisted and I actually thought that was the worst the TI's would get! I went through in the Spring of 1989; I think it was just a few months after they discontinued the all green fatigues and to BDU's.
3703 BMTS, 1973
Funny how the TI could always find those stupid "inspector" paper tags in our pockets.
3703 BMTS, 1987. Started smoking in 9th grade and quickly realized BMT wasn't the place to quit. Went to church for the first and last time while there. We were allowed to smoke while waiting outside for the Baptist service to begin. I learned how to dance at church. Those who played the atheist card stayed in the dorms and polished floors.
Last edited by FLAPS, USAF (ret); 06-30-2013 at 11:08 AM.
Not sure what exact year that video is from, but would anyone from that video still potentially be in? Also, that double time was a pretty good pace, dont think they run that fast anymore.
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