A newly-commissioned (O-1) graduate of Officer Candidate School or DIRCOM (Direct Commissioning) program.Also, "Auto-pilot march."To inspect gear/personal bags for unauthorized equipment or prohibited items either prior to posting for shift or upon return from overseas deployment. Nice insignia, cockade has split to bottom centre below roundel, otherwise V. Ranking only below the rank of Reichleiter.) G281 KYFFHAUSERBUND LEADERS CAP - ROTENBURG O. An invitation shouted out by the orderly in charge of serving meals, indicating that extra portions were available to those who wanted them. "This morning our Archie battery reported that a machine came down last night out of control..." - 2Lt Gerard Robin, 41 Squadron, RFC. From one of the nicknames of the Army Service Corps (ASC AXLE GREASE Butter. AUDREY The villages of Le Hout Audrie and Le Bas Audrie were called Audrey's Top and Audrey's Bottom in the WW2 AUNT SALLY Ration truck. By 1928 Gauleiter had become a nazi paramilitary rank and was eventually the 2nd highest position. Some light service wear, which adds to it's appeal. (The title of Gauleiter was first established in 1925.
Green top, some mothing to right side but overall good. This is the actual kepi featured on page 52 of the E. This also gave rise to their other sarcastic nickname, the Army Safety Corps. When the ASC acquired their well-earned Royal prefix in 1918, to become the RASC, their nickname was changed to Run Away, Someone's Coming! The ASC, due to their good pay, comfortable conditions and comparative saftey, were regarded by the infantry as not proper soldiers. Also used at the start of a gambling game such as Crown and Anchor, inviting others to join in before the start of proceedings. The name refers to the act of dragging every thing out of ones bag while in formation(U.S.) The name given to the fast food options in chow halls, i.e.; hot dogs and hamburgers. In the Air Force, commonly a reference to pre-packed Flight Lunches intended for aircrew or personnel whose duties do not allow them to go to the chow hall to eat their meals. S.) Highly derogatory, typically used to describe a Soldier whose uniform wear is unsatisfactory, as in "Private Smith, you look like a bag of smashed asshole".