A badass nickname American sailors used to refer to the Japanese "Kamikaze" ("divine wind") pilots or aircraft during the last-ditch days of Imperial Japan in the Pacific theatre of World War 2 when Kamikaze attacks were at their peak. I was watching a documentary just now and an old American veteran was talking and off-handedly used this expression. I'm surprised it's not on Urban Dictionary yet because it is awesome and should probably be somebody's band's name by now or something.
"Shit, Jimmy, Move that gun we got a one-way charlie inbound on the port side!"
by Somehistorynerd February 20, 2014
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