Posts Tagged ‘USMC’

Gotta check these guys out. I would say you’re getting a gem here, but, 5 seconds is not a gem. These guys make all their films around 5 seconds long. Hence, the name 5 second films. Check em out at:

Today you’re getting a 3 piece…enjoy.



Might be the video of the month. This is classic. Guy calls, emails and writes celebrities trying to get over to their house to sleep over… That’s right, sleepover. He just says “hey, do ya mind” and they say “sure why not”. Hilarious!!! I always applaud people like this for putting themselves out there like that. It makes for good reality cmedy…enjoy!


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One of my former jobs as a Marine was teaching recruits marksmanship. How to shoot. In all my years of training, I don’t think I ever saw something as advance or well thought of as this. For those of you who don’t know what a shoot house is; it’s literally a place where people go to train in shooting . (Or the tactics involved in shooting). The thing about these shoothouses is that they have to be taken care of and the construction of them has to be superior. This is because every single facet has to be looked at in order to maintain safety at all times. These things seem simple but they are very complex. This one is probably one of the best I have ever seen. Check it out…


Once a Marine, always a Marine…

Yes, at one time, yours truly was indeed a Marine. For a brief span of 8 years, I earned the title, wore the uniform and got dirty for a living. One of the biggest culture changes for me was learning, understanding and fully implementing the language and ways of the military. Fully becoming a Teufel Hunden. Say again?… Dont know what that means? You will…the following is a list of terms, jargon and idiosyncrasies about the military you may not have known.

Teufel Hunden

A term the Germans gave to the Marines after fierce battle in the  Battle of Belleau Wood. The term means Devil Dog. Teufel, Devil, Devil Dog; these are terms you must get used to as a Marine. There is no way of going through one day in the Marine Corps and not hearing this word in one shape or another. This is a term of endearment. When you say this to someone, you are usually  speaking to him as if they were close family. Like a brother. “Whats up devil?” is usually the lingo spoken to another Marine to see how he or she is doing. (more…)