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A newly-commissioned (O-1) graduate of Officer Candidate School or DIRCOM (Direct Commissioning) program.
Virtually any powdered, artificially flavored, juice-like substance served in the mess hall of almost any group male environment from Scout Camp through the Military.(U. Navy) Senior junior officer of the rank of Ensign (o-1) in a ship's compliment. Navy) Senior enlisted man onboard a submarine, responsible for manning, training, order and discipline of the enlisted crew.
Also applied to the Royal Logistic Corps in general, even though their duties include everything from catering to bomb-disposal as well as storekeeping.(U. Marine Corps) "Pinning on blood stripes", an unauthorized hazing practice of kneeing a newly promoted Corporal up and down the outside of his/her thighs, causing bruises that mimic the "blood stripes" an NCO wears on their dress trousers/(U. Navy) The directive, given as a snipe hunt (compare 'pad-eye cleaner'), that new sub crewmembers are often given in a false emergency. Navy) A nuclear ballistic missile submarine, or personnel serving aboard same. landing craft, shallow-draft supply and maintenance ships, U. Coast Guard cutters and the like - which had been deployed to control the rivers and coasts of Vietnam during the Vietnam War, so noted for the mud-brown color of the water. If you got notification on your RWR that an aircraft had locked you, you would want to know if it was from red air or just your wingman.
After much searching for the DCA, they discover that the DCA is a person, the Damage Controls Assistant (usually a junior officer). So you might call out "HOOTER 01, spiked from 300 (degrees)" and Hooter 02 might call out "Buddy spike!
Can also be used in a more general sense to describe anything that is heavily damaged or poor in appearance.(U. (From aviation and nautical; pushing all engine throttle levers toward firewall.) Full throttle causing the ball weights of the engine governor to open outward toward the walls.(U.
K.) British Army slang for the Falkland Islands civilians during the Falklands War and locals around bases in the West Country.