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We Haul Crap Anywhere is the tongue-in-cheek nickname given to itself by members of the White House Communications Agency to reference the physical labor involved in performing their duties. While publicly appearing as a glamorous high profile military organization WHCA members frequently have to load and unload thousands of pounds of gear for every travel mission.

While not confirmed, the origins almost certainly arise from the less than pleasant sights, sounds and smells from hotel loading docks and service elevators around the world.
Me, pushing a 200 pound box through a tiny access panel on the roof of a hotel because the elevator doesn't go up there: "Remind me again why we're doing this?"

Guy on roof, holding the box so it doesn't crush me: "We're WHCA..We Haul Crap Anywhere...remember?"

Me: "Oh yeah, that's right...I think my back just gave out again."
by robert3210 February 20, 2013
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The White House Communications Agency (WHCA), originally known as the White House Signal Corps (WHSC) and then the White House Signal Detachment (WHSD), was officially formed by the United States Department of War on 25 March 1942 under President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The organization was created to provide normal and emergency communications requirements in support of the President. The organization provided mobile radio, Teletype, telephone and cryptographic aides in the White House and at "Shangri-La" (now known as Camp David).

The organizational mission was to provide a premier communication system that would enable the President to lead the nation effectively. As of July 29, 2011, the White House Communications Agency is commanded by Col. Clinton Bigger (United States Army) and the Agency's Senior Enlisted Service member is CSM Willie Clemmons (United States Army).
WHCA - The White House Communications Agency
by Operator 91 February 18, 2013
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