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    Clean Clean Welcome to Buffalosjokes and Thank You for joining us. My name is Buffalo and I have the watch. Hey Buffalo, I leave for Navy Basic Training on
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 1, 2001
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      Welcome to Buffalosjokes and Thank You for joining us. My
      name is Buffalo and I have the watch.

      Hey Buffalo,

      I leave for Navy Basic Training on November 5th. I was wonder if any
      of you
      "old pro's" had any advice for me.


      Hi Tricia,
      Congratulations on joining the military. It will provide you with both
      job skills and life skills that make you a valuable asset to future
      employers and your country. Hmm what advice can I offer ?

      Boot Camp is like 4 years of High School compressed into a few
      months. The first week you will be tested, equipped, injected, and
      assigned to a company. Be enthusiastic, say "Yes Sir" and "Yes
      Ma'am" with respect. Listen carefully and ask questions, it takes less
      time and money to answer a question than it does to fix a mistake.
      Don't be afraid to volunteer for a task but often it will not be what
      seems. The question " Has anyone here ever driven a Cadillac", is
      usually an offer to drive a mop bucket or a buffer not the Admiral's
      Limo. Do not be afraid to learn those skills as everyone uses them
      later on including running a commercial dishwasher or washing pots
      or pans even though somehow I missed messcooking in the Navy
      totally. Learn terminology and use it . A floor is a deck, a wall is a
      bulkhead , left is port, and right is starboard and above all the
      has ships , the only boats are small craft and submarines. To use
      the wrong term causes mistakes and invites criticism. There are
      three ways dodo any job, the right way, the wrong way, and the Navy
      way, you only have to concern yourself with the last one. Try your
      best at everything, it increases your chances of an early promotion
      more schools, and more money. Always be on time for everything and
      never late.
      No matter how confusing at the beginning , it will all come
      and you will realize that all too soon boot camp will be over and the
      people that have become your friends will be scattered all over the
      world. That's part of the Navy someone is always leaving and someone
      replaces them, always a chance to make new friends and with a hotmail
      or yahoo mail account you can stay in touch from anywhere.
      In parting, everyday is a holiday, every meal is a feast and once
      two weeks they fill your pockets with money. What more could you ask
      for. Almost as good as the chips but you'll have to wait till after
      boot camp
      for those.

      To anyone with any advice for Tricia send it to Buffalos3@...


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      The blond thanked her neighbour again and went home. Then she trimmed
      one of her horse's ears. Now she could tell them apart. Until one day
      when the other horse got its ear caught in the fence. Now the blond
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      He asks the girl: "Do you like spinach?" She says "No," and the

      After a few more uncomfortable minutes, the boy thinks of his
      suggestion and turns to the second item on the list. He asks, "Do you
      have a
      brother?" Again, the girl says "No" and there is silence once again.

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      From The Buffalos Mail Box

      Around the scuttlebutt with the Buffalo
      ( A modern scuttlebutt is a water cooler and on old ships as sailors
      around the water cask rumors, sea stories and useful info was spread )

      Dear Buffalo,

      My first field exercise was called Operation Kris Kringle 75. They
      very imaginitive and kept the same names for field exercises, they
      changed the year designation. Kris Kringle was more or less a
      exercise for the larger Operation Jack Frost that occurred the
      month. The winter of 1975-76 was a typical winter in central Alaska,
      temperatures mostly from -50 to -60 degrees day or night. The sun
      little or no warming effect and just provided prescious light. After
      returned from this exercise we were told that it never got warmer
      that -45
      during the week that we were out there. It was my first opportunity
      to go
      to the field with a rifle company and work closely with a rifle
      platoon. My
      biggest fear was that I would screw up, or not be up to the task. We
      up with our units and were to stay with them for the duration of the

      We travelled to our staging areas in the backs of insulated and
      deuces (2-1/2 ton cargo trucks). We crossed the ice bridge over the
      River in the southern part of Fort Wainwright. An ice bridge is
      formed by
      repeatedly pouring water on the ice that is already on the river to
      get it
      enough to drive heavy vehicles on. At least that was what we had
      been told.

      The trucks dropped us off at the staging area and we put on our rucks
      skis and started pulling our ahkios toward our destination. I was
      my trigger finger mittens and quickly felt my left ring finger go
      numb. I had my arctic mittens attached to the top of my ruck and put
      on pronto. My finger regained it's sensation while I was skiing. I
      had been
      out of the truck for less than 15 minutes with mittens on and had
      a light case of frostnip. That was a valuable lesson.

      The days were short in early December, only about 4-5 hours long. By
      the time we got to our destination, it was quite dark. As a rookie,
      a medic that nobody knew, I was given the job of holding up the
      pole in the squad tent while some of the other soldiers staked it
      out. It
      actually felt warm standing under that canvas in the dark. I could
      them working outside and felt the tent tug one way and then the other
      the ropes were pulled taut and staked out. My fellow soldiers worked
      amazing speed and coordination. About five of us put up the tent
      another three or four set to work on the stove.

      The tents were heated by a small stove known as a Yukon stove, or a
      Yuke for short. The Yuke was capable of burning wood, coal, or any
      solid fuel. Yes, even buffalo chips if we could have found any.
      fuel source was gasoline though. A five-gallon can was placed on a
      outside the tent with a rubber fuel hose snaking under the side of
      the tent
      and up to a steel valve and drip chamber positioned over a burner
      plate in
      the top of the stove. There was a five section chimney attached to
      the back
      of the stove that extended out through the roof. When the stove was
      lit, it
      made a slight roaring/rumbling sound as air was sucked into the top
      of the
      stove around the burner plate and the gasoline was burned "safely"
      the stove. When the tent was up, the ahkio was closed up and
      was done, we gathered around the stove chanting YUKE! YUKE! YUKE!
      a bunch of pyromaniacs relishing the heat that it provided. When
      at the correct temperature, an area of slightly reddened metal formed
      on the
      sides of the box-like stove. The spot was referred to as a cherry,
      and would
      get larger as the drip valve was opened up. The cherry could even
      back to the chimney at the back of the stove if too much heat was
      but that's another story.

      We cleared away as much snow as possible and laid down our air
      and sleeping bags and prepared for supper. The Yukon stove was
      for cooking C-rations on. It was about sixteen inches wide by about
      thirty-six ( Web ate the
      from my soldiers and bedded down where they told me to. They were
      good to
      me and my eternal respect for the 11B (combat infantryman) began to
      that day. Whenever there is a fire going in a tent, there must be a
      awake at all times to watch for any danger. Unfortunately for the
      the gas can runs out on his watch, he gets to go out and change it.
      adventures on Operation Kris Kringle were just beginning as I was to
      over the several days. More later........

      Doc Chuck

      Hi Buffalo,

      The following program is scheduled for Monday evening 11/5/01 9:00 PM
      EST on
      the History Channel.

      9:00 Winter Warriors. Traces the story of the U.S. Army's
      legendary 10th
      Mountain Division. They were formed after WWII began, specifically to
      in high, rugged mountain conditions. After training in the Colorado
      they were sent to Italy's Apennines to take on well-entrenched
      Germans. Using
      a combination of mountain skills and raw courage, they drove the
      back, and helped win the war in Italy. Later, former members of the
      helped create many of the country's ski resorts, including Aspen and
      CC [TV G]

      Looks like it should be an interesting program. I know that I'm
      going to be
      watching. We might even see an ahkio or a Yukon stove :-) This
      came along at just the right time to fit in with the "Arctic Tales".

      "Doc" Chuck


      So sorry to read about your brother. I wouldn't know what to do
      without mine.

      After serving for two tours and an extension in Viet Nam as a Seabee,
      I was due to go to Long Beach for discharge in May 1970. My brother
      was on a DE in Hawaii and as luck would have it, the flight back to
      the States was to stop in Hawaii for one hour. We were able to meet
      and the meeting lasted for three hours due to flight delays. Even
      after 31 years I can still remember that meeting and how good the
      fiid tasted.

      Speaking of food, I found my "John Wayne" not long ago and it brought
      back so many memories. The best combination in the C rats was the
      pound cake smeared with grape jelly. Or the pears.

      David Smith

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      Hi Buffalo,

      I was reluctant to write about your "John Waynes" until I read
      today's chips. 10-29-01. In my first hitch in the Army, 62-65, we
      called them P-38's. Mine actually had my birth year on it (1944) and
      I carried it and one of my notched dogtags on my keyring long after
      my time in the military ran out. I quit at 11-9 and 28days. Got fed
      up with R.E.M.F."s

      As one of your respondents wrote; Green Eggs and Ham. Was Dr. Seuss
      in the Army too? C Rats were good to me, Series K we had from who
      knows where? L.R.R.P.'s self explanatory but I never had the dubious
      honor of having eaten M.R.E.s. From guys that I knew in Korea when I
      was there as a Contractor, they weren't nearly as good as the C's.

      A hole in the ground and a wee bit of C-4 did a real good job of
      heating the C's. L.R.R.P.'s to me were best eaten just as they were
      and a half cup of water following just as the Japanese and Koreans
      ate rice raw and drank a little water. Filled their bellies and
      staved off hunger for a little longer.

      The P-38 and dogtag got lost in Korea in 93 I think. Walking to work
      up hill 180 from the Song Tan Si side of the camp. (Osan AFB) I
      walked back home and then back to work again but never did find the
      key ring. Nine miles that day but it didn't hurt me. No field pack
      and all of the other stuff that we used to hump.

      Grins and Giggles, my first tour over seas was in Korea. Forgotten
      names. Paju Ri, CC1, CC2, Munsan Ni and God only knows the names of
      some of the others. Been from one end to the other now. Munsan to
      Pusan. Total time in four times over amounted to 7+years.

      Keep up the good work Bill. I like both of your E-Zines and really
      enjoy the readers comments.


      Just saw in your Chips file, a little late in reading it, but the can
      openers were called P-38's, which were stamped on them by the
      manufacture, so we always called them that, and yes, they always
      ended up on our belt clips with the keys we had charge of. I was
      a "tin can" sailor for my Navy career, so it was always a joke that
      we used to use our P-38's to get out of the tin cans. But during my
      20 years, I stayed with the Greyhounds through the Frigate Class when
      I retired in 1981. You should mention that you were always on the
      AS's or AR's (forgot which), or were you a bird farmer too ?
      Different life with 280 guys on board vs 2 thousand. Enjoy your
      newsletter, keep it between the swells of the waves.
      Jingles, USN-Ret

      When I was Dead and Alive at the Same Time

      In the military war games are common. I was stationed
      in Salina, Kansas at Schilling AFB a SAC base,(since closed) when we
      a simulated attack. My alternate duty was to load nukes on B-47's.
      crew had finished the task and was resting in a hut where about 50 a-
      were stashed when it was time for lunch. We were given passes to eat
      the mess hall. The passes enabled us to physically travel to eat,
      but we
      were logically still in the hut, sheltered from bombing attacks.
      we ate we tried to re-enter the secure sight, but the Air Police said
      couldnt because the road had been destroyed by an attack. I showed
      him my
      papers that effectively said we werent really there, we were supposed
      to be
      physically in a hut. The Air Policeman didnt relent, so we tried an
      alternate route. We tried to sneak into the secure field threw an
      fence. Alas, a different Air Police group stopped us and asked us
      what we
      were doing trying to break into a secure area. Again I stated we
      were not
      here, we were in a hut and the Police at the main entrance wouldnt
      allow us in
      because the road was destroyed during a mock raid. This time the Air
      not part of the drill, stated you cannot come into this area. The
      policeman in
      charge settled the issue by giving us a red tag, signaling we were
      dead. I guess we
      were alive in the hut, but I never found out. I was afraid to go
      into the hut, I
      might meet myself.

      B.J. Cassady
      Guthrie, Okla


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