"Lance Coolie" is used by US Marines to refer to the Lance Corporal (E-3) rank. The term implies that Lance Corporals are used for menial labor; a play on the term "coolie" applied to Chinese workers.
Damn, I'm stuck stacking ammo cans again? I thought I'd be past this shit when I got promoted, but I guess I'm just a Lance Coolie...
A military term used both literally and metaphorically:
1) To remove the rear pin on an M16 rifle, allowing the rifle to fold open to reveal the internal parts. This is similar to how a double-barrel shotgun folds open for loading.
2) To explain something in a very simple and clear fashion.
3) To bend a standing woman forward for sex.
1) "Take your weapon and break it down shotgun-style for inspection by the armorer."
2) "Look, let me break it down shotgun-style: the colonel thinks your scenario is shit."
3) "As soon as we finish up this op, you can all go home, grab the little lady and break her down shotgun-style."
"Lance coconut" is a term used by US Marines to denote a Lance Corporal (E-3 rank). The term comes from the rank insignia worn by the Lance Corporal, which is one chevron (peaked line) with two crossed rifles below it. When seen from a distance, the emblem resembles a peak with two balls below it, vagely resembling coconuts hanging from a palm.
A: Hey, did PFC Thompson actually get promoted this month?
B: Guess so, check out the dude's collar: he's a Lance Coconut now.
A response, which can be either friendly jibing or hostile, when someone asks you for a cigarette and then immediately asks you for a light. The implication, joking or annoyed, is that person is going to keep asking you for things.
A) Hey chief, can I bum a smoke off you?
B) Sure man, here you go.
A) Oh, and can I get a light too?
B) Damn, dude. You want me to smoke it for you too?
A phrase used to accuse someone of staring at you, often used by Drill Instructors at Marine boot-camp. The point being that if someone does't have a valid reason to stare at you (like you owing them money) then they should stop doing it.
DI: (notices recruit looking at him) Hey recruit, do I owe you money?
Recruit: ... what? Sir, no sir!
DI: They stop frickin' eyeballing me then.
In the US military, a person with red hair. This comes from comparing them to a "tracer", a firearms cartridge that has a bit of burning magnesium at the base of the bullet, which burns and can be seen as the bullet flies through the air.
The term "tracer" can refer to either their hair resembling the red path of a tracer bullet flying, or the fact that tracer ammunition in NATO has the tips of the bullets painted red so that specialized ammo can be visually identified.
(to a redheaded coworker) Hey, you over there by the water-bull, getcher ass over here! No, not you Sanchez, that tracer ass-hat next to you... that redheaded assclown.
A derogatory reference to the US Army 101st Airborne Division, the "Screaming Eagles". Their patch shows the head of an eagle with its beak open, so they're mocked by comparing the eagle to a chicken, modifying their nickname to "screaming chickens", particularly by their competitor the 82nd Airborne
A: So, your cousin that just enlisted, is he gonna join us warfighters in the "All-Americans" 82nd Airborne
B: Nah, I warned him they're just fuckin' legs, but the little faggot went and joined the "Screaming Chickens" instead.