A violent group attack on an unpopular GI. Usually done in the middle of the night, in a barracks situation, the victim’s head and body is covered with a blanket (preventing him/her from fighting back or identifying assaillants). Occassionally these attacks are used to bring a barracks bully into line but unfortunately hundreds of attacks per year are aimed at suspected gays. This type of hazing is tolerated by noncommissioned officiers who see it as a means of "self policing" among privates and trainees.
Smith over there has been a real fuck-up and kept us from getting a pass into town last night. Let's throw him a blanket party tonight.
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