A trainee completing their first year of training at the Australian Defence Force Academy.
Dully's or dullies are well known for performing stupid acts as a result of their lack of military and life experience.
Dullies have always been despised by 2nd and 3rd year trainees at the Academy, however this level of hate has increased since 2010 when the initial training that dullies received was severely softened along with other training such as the Army induction course known as 1 Alpha. This soft training produced a year of dullies who had not been broken in a military sense and still carried their arrogant high school attitudes and their unpromising approach to life. This attitude has proven incompatible with more senior ADFA members creating a greater divide between training year groups.
The word Dully; while now associated with hate, is still primarily tied with incompetent and inexperienced acts; such as accidently volunteering for extra activities and performing drill on the weekends.
Senior Trainee: Did you hear about that Dully? Tried to Beast a SGT for not saluting him.
The act of pleasuring yourself. Self-sex, its like training for actual sex.Jacking off.
For a man stroking, rubbing, or even slapping the erect penis, for a women, rubbing the vagina with the two front fingers, or even lodging a penis shaped item such as a dildo in it.
There are terms such as;
Buff the Bananna
Spank the Frank
Stroke the one-eyed snake
beat the meat
Hold your sausage hostage
choke the chicken
Rub the Robin
Box the cock
Invade your pants with a five fingered army
Crank the Shank
Crown the King
Fondle the Fig
Jerk the Gerk
Tug the Tiger
Hand to Gland Combat.
As for women;
Play the Clitar
shuck the oyster
pressing the escape button
Tapping the keg
cleaning your fingers
the two finger tengo
I just love the art of masturbation, it feels amzaing!
n. A modern city near Islamabad with a thriving economy and vibrant night life in spite of an overwhelmingly blind population. Home to a large military officer training centre, a security police academy, a large sophisticated army base, and a cadre of well known international terrorists in a well-appointed glaringly-obvious hideout.
Famous for its complex network of blind alleys and home to the Pan-Asia bronze medal winning Hide-and-Seek team this modern metropolis, nestled in the fog-shrouded mountains of North East Pakistan, has recently almost seen the opening of yet another factory to manufacture the signature white canes which are synonymous with Abbottabad industry.
Tourist attractions include the Referee and Umpire Museum and a zoo devoted almost entirely to bats, cave fish, moles, and deaf chickens with cataracts and glaucoma. Visitors can feel secure knowing that in the event of any threat modern interceptor aircraft can be scrambled from Islamabad and will arrive in about a week: two weeks tops if it's a bit cloudy.
Excuse me Major, can you tell me where the Abbottabad bus station is?
Certainly. Take a left at the Bin Laden compound and then it's just past the Willful Ignorance Airbase on Death To America Avenue.
If you get lost ask the tall guy with the Saudi accent for help ... but don't let him drive.
"The interjection "neh?" at the end of a sentence is equivalent to the Canadian "eh/hey?", or the British/Scots "innit?". Was invented neither by Orson Scott Card nor on the streets of Winona, Minnesota, but rather has been in the language for a good long time without too many people noticing. They still don't. "
- You are mostly correct, but Card isn't "inventing" Neh... his novels suppose a large influence of Portuguese upon the street vernacular, and given the time-line of the novels, he did so quite a while ago. -
"Haven't you heard?" said another boy, a Launchy from a younger group. "Word's out that any Launchy who comes to your practice sessions won't ever amount to anything in anybody's army. Word's out that the commanders don't want any soldiers who've been damaged by your training."
"But the way I brain it," said the Launchy, "I be the best soldier I can, and any commander worth a damn, he take me. Neh?"
"Eh," said Ender, with finality.
A colorguard is the four person team that posts and retrieves the American flag (definition applies to other countries, but I'm American so...). A colorguard is made up of a senior rifle, a senior flag (the colorguard commander), a junior flag, and a junior rifle. Do not be fooled by the failures that are the previous definitions of colorguard. We are not some gay extension of a marching band staffed with only girls and homosexual guys, we are an elite group of highly trained men and women. We do not spin around rifles and flags. Yes, colorguard is an extremely time consuming activity, but it is well worth it. Through colorguard I have made friends that I will have untill the day I die. True colorguards are used by the U.S. Army, The United States Marine Corps, The U.S. Navy, The United States Air Force, The Coast Guard, and the Civil Air Patrol. The boy scouts have colorguards, but they have little training and lack the proper training mindset.
Colorguard is more than flags and rifles. Colorguard is more than what people's stereotypical minds understand. Colorguard is a unique experience that teaches discipline and respect.
PROFIS is an acronym which stands for Professional Filler System. This system designates qualified Active Army AMEDD personnel in table of distribution and allowances (TDA) units to fill modified table of organization and equipment (MTOE) units. The objective of the Professional Filler System Deployment System (PDS) is to resource MTOE units to their required level of organization with AMEDD personnel in accordance with the Army Mobilization, Operations, Planning and Execution
System (AMOPES) upon execution of an approved Joint Chiefs of Staff Operation Plan (OPLAN), or upon
execution of a contingency operation, or for the conduct of mission-essential training.
PROFIS personnel are essentially augmented to a unit to fully staff them for a deployment or operation. They are typically the "red-headed step child" of the unit.
All additional duties that would benefit my Military career have been given to the organic personnel. The PROFIS have been screwed once again!!!!!
I don't care if their stuff is lost or stolen, they're PROFIS.
Thank God I am PROFIS so I can leave this unit after the deployment.
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