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Posted: 7/25/2013 7:02:38 AM EST
Who remebers their DI's or DS's names?

SDI : Stf Sgt Norton
DI (BH) Sgt Angulo. This guy knew how to fuck people up
DI : Stf Sgt Acero
DI : Sgt Mobley

I will honestly say that these gentlemen made more of an influence in my life than anyone else mainly because my father was never around when I was a child.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:06:58 AM EST
I only remember the main guy.

SFC Winston Harris. Wow, guy was a hard ass.

But in true GD fashion , I as a lowly maggot fixed his ass one fine day......


Were in the tank hes teaching us about something. The food is tearing me up and I let loose with a SBD ...... Christ I swear, I thought I must be rotting from the inside out.

DI was unhappy to say the least. 3 cruits in the tank and he wanted to know who it was.......yeah......thats not happening, Im not owning up to that ....


He tells us that shit better not happen again..........uh yeah, thats not gonna happen either

Bout 2 minutes after the air clears......yep SBD again, there was no stopping it .

I needed to do more pushups anyway

Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:08:04 AM EST
Senior Drill Sgt. Small
Drill Sgt. Boyd
Drill Sgt. Ferrell

Those men taught me more about myself than I thought possible
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:16:50 AM EST
Sgts Trujillio and Zook... that was 43 years ago and I can't remember 10% of names
I've known since
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:19:56 AM EST
SDI: Sgt Wilson
DI: Sgt Smithers
DI: Sgt Duplessis

I wonder where they are these days
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:22:15 AM EST
1099


SSgt Jones
SSgt Parker
SSgt Downy
SSgt Erskin
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SSGT Sapp
SGT Quonnious (sp?)
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We had three of them. There names were Moore, Moore, and Morris.

We had fun trying not to piss them off by confusing their names.






Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:24:19 AM EST
The names West and Redfox ring a bell.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:25:12 AM EST
SFC Fuller
SSG Schaul
SSG I want to say his name was White (reservist did two weeks for his AT with us)

Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:26:08 AM EST
[Last Edit: 7/25/2013 8:15:47 AM EST by navvet89]
I have a "boot camp book" that has their names and pictures in it.

We had two Company Commanders, one was an asshole AD1 that was getting a divorce, the other was a Master Chief Boiler Technician (f'ing old school) who was a really cool guy.

ETA:

NTC Orlando Florida


Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:26:55 AM EST
USAF TI (training instructor, for you non-zoomie types): SSGT Jewell, good teacher/trainer and a good guy. Can't remember the rest. Can't really remember my unit commanders or flight chiefs from duty stations either.

I spent my enlistment quietly doing my job and flying under the radar. Even in Week 6 of BMT, Sgt Jewell was still asking me who I was. I didn't catch his attention until I finished the final written exam in four minutes flat. When I returned to bay he thought I'd been sent back for discipline.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:29:14 AM EST
Drill Sgt Irbe,

Drill Sgt Smith,

F Co 1-81 Armor, Fort Knox KY
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:30:03 AM EST
D 1/46 INF Ft Knox, KY Feb 1998

SSG Jacobs- Infantry
SSG Poole- Tanker
SSG Twigg- Infantry (Ranger)
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:33:09 AM EST
Don't remember
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:34:15 AM EST
Company 223 NTC San Diego 1986

CPO Hunt
CPO Alvendia
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ENCS (SW) Haynes
MMC (SS) Cannot Remember
BM1 (SWCC) McIntyre

BM1 was a hardass and the rest were good guys!!!!!!!
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:36:35 AM EST
Plt 3067 "L" Co., 3rd RTR

SSgt Stephens
SSgt Kelley
Sgt Hamilton
Sgt Rosalez


Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:36:50 AM EST
OSUT, Ft Knox, 1989

Drill Sgt Hardey. 6'4 inch tall black dude that would drop you in a heartbeat for the teeniest infraction.

Drill Sgt Ellingworth. That sadistic fucker would bring his amazingly hot drop dead gorgeous wife to the barracks every few days just to cause us recruits more pain and suffering, thank god for saltpeter.

Ellingworth carried a mess hall carafe of coffee wherever he went and would always send one of us running back to the mess hall when it was empty. No matter how far away we were. And the motor pool at Disney Barracks was a long way from the mess hall.

I still respect both of them and would shake their hands today and thank them for what they did for me.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:38:25 AM EST
[Last Edit: 7/25/2013 7:42:26 AM EST by LinggrrLonggrr]
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Originally Posted By Clarinath:
OSUT, Ft Knox, 1989

Drill Sgt Hardey. 6'4 inch tall black dude that would drop you in a heartbeat for the teeniest infraction.

Drill Sgt Ellingworth. That sadistic fucker would bring his amazingly hot drop dead gorgeous wife to the barracks every few days just to cause us recruits more pain and suffering, thank god for saltpeter.

Ellingworth carried a mess hall carafe of coffee wherever he went and would always send one of us running back to the mess hall when it was empty. No matter how far away we were. And the motor pool at Disney Barracks was a long way from the mess hall.

I still respect both of them and would shake their hands today and thank them for what they did for me.
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Remember Agony and Misery?

Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:41:26 AM EST
SFC Chappelle
SSG Lee
SSG Ross

Ross was ok. Lee was cool, but could smoke your legs like nobodies business. Chappelle was at once the meanest, scariest, and one of the most badass soldiers I've ever met. I'd follow that bastard anywhere and never question him.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:42:36 AM EST
I remember my assistant PS, mainly because he was a prick (I got some payback about a year later, though ).
And DS SSG Zachary...if I live to be 100, I will never forget that guy.
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B Co 3-330th, Infantry OSUT, July-November 2007
SFC Brown
SFC VanCleve
SSG English
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:44:59 AM EST
1012
Ssgt Braddy
Sgt dayoc
Sgt Morrise

I can remember about 5 names from everyone I served with.. Damn shame..
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:46:55 AM EST
I remember SSG Kelly but only because of his speach when we arrived on the bus from the processing center.
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Remember Agony and Misery?

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Originally Posted By LinggrrLonggrr:
Originally Posted By Clarinath:
OSUT, Ft Knox, 1989

Drill Sgt Hardey. 6'4 inch tall black dude that would drop you in a heartbeat for the teeniest infraction.

Drill Sgt Ellingworth. That sadistic fucker would bring his amazingly hot drop dead gorgeous wife to the barracks every few days just to cause us recruits more pain and suffering, thank god for saltpeter.

Ellingworth carried a mess hall carafe of coffee wherever he went and would always send one of us running back to the mess hall when it was empty. No matter how far away we were. And the motor pool at Disney Barracks was a long way from the mess hall.

I still respect both of them and would shake their hands today and thank them for what they did for me.



Remember Agony and Misery?

http://i460.photobucket.com/albums/qq322/chili99/168370_zpsf09f7cb0.jpg


No one who has ever trudged up and down those fuckers will ever forget them.

Don't forget Heartbreak.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:48:41 AM EST
TSgt. Bayles
SSgt Walker (bitch)
assorted temporary underlings- none were noteworthy next to TSgt Bayles (Ass kicker extrordianire)
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:49:15 AM EST
Sand Hill October 1978

Drill Sergeant Moore

Drill Sergeant Fiason
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Originally Posted By Clarinath:


No one who has ever trudged up and down those fuckers will ever forget them.

Don't forget Heartbreak.
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Originally Posted By Clarinath:
Originally Posted By LinggrrLonggrr:
Originally Posted By Clarinath:
OSUT, Ft Knox, 1989

Drill Sgt Hardey. 6'4 inch tall black dude that would drop you in a heartbeat for the teeniest infraction.

Drill Sgt Ellingworth. That sadistic fucker would bring his amazingly hot drop dead gorgeous wife to the barracks every few days just to cause us recruits more pain and suffering, thank god for saltpeter.

Ellingworth carried a mess hall carafe of coffee wherever he went and would always send one of us running back to the mess hall when it was empty. No matter how far away we were. And the motor pool at Disney Barracks was a long way from the mess hall.

I still respect both of them and would shake their hands today and thank them for what they did for me.



Remember Agony and Misery?

http://i460.photobucket.com/albums/qq322/chili99/168370_zpsf09f7cb0.jpg


No one who has ever trudged up and down those fuckers will ever forget them.

Don't forget Heartbreak.


I always forget that one. Was Heartbreak higher or steeper than the other two?
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:50:50 AM EST
Senior drill sgt sfc McDowell
Eco 1/50th inf ft Benning
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Plt 1030 Alpha Co 1st Bn

SDI Sgt Jones- 1st platoon as SR
DI SGT Lucero- 5 ft nothing mortarman
DI SGT- ?? Force Recon guy
DI CPL Barnes- first platoon out of DI school

The recon guy was hilarious.

"why you eyeballing me? you like me? you imagining me in pink panties? crotchless pink panties huh recruit?"
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:59:16 AM EST
Knox 1987

DS Vaughn
DS Winters...crazy ass former jarhead...insane but the best of them all
DS Beverly
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:01:05 AM EST
D 4/26 Inf 1st Plt Rebels; Ft Dix NJ 1990

SSG Palmer
SSG Williams


I about fell on the floor into the fetal position when I was back on Ft Dix for PLDC in 1992 and who do I see as one of my class instructors? Could ol'
SSG Williams. He was much cooler the second time around.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:05:29 AM EST
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SNIP

I always forget that one. Was Heartbreak higher or steeper than the other two?
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Wasn't it the longest one? It just went on and on? I can't remember them that well. I just know what it felt like to get them over with.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:09:17 AM EST
SDI Sgt Sams
HDI Sgt Rose
DI Sgt Arnold
DI Sgt Funderberg
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Senior: Sgt. Salaz
Heavy: Sgt Martin
Heavy: Sgt Phlip

May fuck be upon them all.






Plt 2050, 2 BN, H CO, MCRD San Diego, 1991.
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Is... that like a significant elevation change for the area?


Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:15:54 AM EST
Parris Island - Summer 2003

3rd Battalion, India Company Follow Series, Platoon 3062

SDI: SSgt Meyers (Corrections)
DI: Sgt Miller (Motor T Mechanic)
DI: Sgt Garcia (FAST team prior to drill field, legitimate nutcase, therefore making him the best of the three )
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:16:38 AM EST
USAF - SSGT Simic

August of 1996
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Senior Drill Instructor: Staff Sergeant Cervantes
Drill Instructor: Staff Sergeant Cambunga
Drill Instructor: Sergeant Westbrook
Drill Instructor: Sergeant Washington

3rd Bn, India Co, Plt 3214
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:18:39 AM EST
Sr DS SSG Merrefield - Put the fear of God in me
DS SSG Ferraro - Put the fear of the Devil in me
DS Sgt Tederick - Nice guy
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:23:49 AM EST
SDI: SSgt. Newkirk
DI: Sgt. Allen
DI: Sgt. Reifke
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SDI SSGT Howell
DI SGT Beal
DI SGT Downey
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SSGT SappSGT Quonnious (sp?)
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Was Sapp A tall, lean, dark green Marine?

I was in his first platoon when he was a SG and green belt in the fall of 1998 on the island.

Mine were

SDI SGT Jones
DI SGT Haggman
DI SGT Martinez
DI SGT Sapp
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:36:38 AM EST
Bean and Van
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:49:00 AM EST
Plt 3097
M Co
3rd Bn
Parris Island
1998

SDI Sgt Calhoun
DI Sgt Harper
DI Sgt Spinney
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Platoon 1027

SDI: SSgt Williams
DI: SSgt Middlebrooks
DI: SSgt Becera
DI: Sgt ???

damn... can't remember the last guys name
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:53:32 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Madcap72:
Is... that like a significant elevation change for the area?




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It is, most of the main post is flat with low hills and when you road march on those hills as a new recruit, hardly under ruck, you have three tall, very steep hill to get over, or down, and that's a pain too.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:56:03 AM EST
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Remember Agony and Misery?

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Originally Posted By LinggrrLonggrr:
Originally Posted By Clarinath:
OSUT, Ft Knox, 1989

Drill Sgt Hardey. 6'4 inch tall black dude that would drop you in a heartbeat for the teeniest infraction.

Drill Sgt Ellingworth. That sadistic fucker would bring his amazingly hot drop dead gorgeous wife to the barracks every few days just to cause us recruits more pain and suffering, thank god for saltpeter.

Ellingworth carried a mess hall carafe of coffee wherever he went and would always send one of us running back to the mess hall when it was empty. No matter how far away we were. And the motor pool at Disney Barracks was a long way from the mess hall.

I still respect both of them and would shake their hands today and thank them for what they did for me.



Remember Agony and Misery?

http://i460.photobucket.com/albums/qq322/chili99/168370_zpsf09f7cb0.jpg




Yep. They asked if anybody could drive a truck and I raised my hand.

Never walked a bit.

SFC Moats was our basic drill intructor.

Short guy, drank alot.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:59:51 AM EST
Sandhill 1982
SDI SFC Bowie
SFC Dagen
SSG Peters
SFC Mclean
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