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4 definitions by snflwrtato

 
1.
More of a 'code word' or 'heads up' for a Camel Toe. You cannot always point out a CAMEL TOE loudly in public without drawing attention. Instead you mudder the name "Charlie Tango ".
"Charlie Tango approahing."
by snflwrtato August 31, 2008
 
2.
If while drinking with friends someone is not drinking as fast or as much as the rest of the party...instead of calling them a 'pussy' you call them a TOONCES!
Hey Toonces...finish your beer!
by snflwrtato July 02, 2009
 
3.
Another reference to a USN SWCC (Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman. SWCC are our nation’s premier force for operating and maintaining high-performance, state-of-the art craft on NSW combat missions in littoral (shallow-water) environments. These elite fast-boat operators are part of Naval Special Warfare Command, which is comprised of SEAL Teams, SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Teams and Special Boat Teams.

Highly-experienced “Brown Water” boat operators in support of SEAL missions.
The River Rats will be the support transporting the SEALS for the combat mission.
by snflwrtato October 21, 2011
 
4.
The common term used to reference a member of the United States Navy Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC). SWCC are our nation’s premier force for operating and maintaining high-performance, state-of-the art craft on NSW combat missions in littoral (shallow-water) environments. These elite fast-boat operators are part of Naval Special Warfare Command, which is comprised of SEAL Teams, SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Teams and Special Boat Teams. Together, they constitute the Maritime component of U.S. Special Operations Command, which exercises joint command of Navy, Army, and Air Force Special Operations Forces. All Special Warfare Boat Operators are Enlisted personnel or Warrant Officers.
After Naval boot camp, I am going to train to be a "Boat Guy".
by snflwrtato October 21, 2011