Tango dating service Random camchat straight
Derived from a trademark artificial leather, Corfam developed by Du Pont during World War II.(Canada) The cap badge of a recruit in the Canadian Forces, a brass rendition of the Canadian Forces tri-service badge. Humorous and imaginary syndrome or sickness often joked about towards any soldier who makes an accidental mistakes or forgets something.From the resemblance of the badge in shape and colour to the breakfast cereal. Example: "Did you go home last night and catch a case of the dumb asses (or COTDA) ?When the Air Force became independent, 'black' shoes replaced the 'brown' shoes worn by the Army at that time. (US Navy) Things and people related to the naval aviation community.From the time when brown shoes were authorized only for aviation ratings and officers.(US Air Force & US Navy) Used during flight operations.Military slang, or informal military terms, are colloquial terms used commonly by military personnel - often as abbreviations or derivations of the NATO Phonetic Alphabet, or otherwise incorporating aspects of formal military concepts and terms.Military, for the purposes of this article means armed forces (i.e.Soldiers preparing to turn in weapons line up and dry fire their rifles into the barrel. In semi-polite company this is referred to as a Charlie Foxtrot (from the NATO phonetic alphabet) .Also used as slang to describe the "area effect" nature of artillery.(US Navy & Marine Corps) A high-gloss dress shoe, typically made of plastic rather than leather to enhance gloss and eliminate the need for polishing. By extension from (1), the Canadian Forces insignia in general.(US Army) Stands for "Case Of The Dumb Asses." Spoken in both full context and abbreviation.
This term was used, somewhat incorrectly, in the movie The Incredibles.(UK) Spare, unofficial.
Sentences to the CCF are usually as a result of an Article 15 and are generally not career-ending in nature.
Differentiated from The Stockade which is much like a civilian prison and houses serious offenders awaiting transport to Fort Leavenworth.(US) The familiar form of address for any US Army warrant officer or US Navy and Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer.
Generally pejorative, when used outside the company of said personnel.
A promiscuous female soldier, referring to the red, sand filled barrels used to verify that small arms are unloaded before turn in. A disastrous situation that results from the cumulative errors of several people or groups.