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  1. Rock Ape is offline
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    I'm with the limeys here. Americans don't know how to properly wear berets.
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    I agree with the Brits, floppy head socks aren't cool.
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    Trust the french to be different
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    Don't **** with the Frogs especially those in 2e REP - like the one in the picture. These fuckers are harder than "slanty-eyed drill instructors" < that's a film reference to Full Metal Jacket and not me being racist.
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    The best place to see some truely spectacular beret malfunctions is the UN.

    The worst I saw were Dutch conscripts.

    It seems they just took the hat out of the bag, plonked it on thier heads and carried on rolling another joint



    Imagine this in blue with achne and a big doobie hanging out the corner of her mouth
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger joe View Post
    I always found that the wear of the beret was as individual as the wearer. Most guys in RGT that I knew wore with the flash pulled forward and the side pulled low over the eye and ear. I believe that was a RGT thing not just a 1st Bat thing. You right about foreign countries and the wear of the beret. Always seemed like they pulled it out of the plastic and threw it on their head. I hated giving up the black to get the tan beret and most guys in my timeline felt the same. Especially with how people wear the black beret now as evidenced from the above leg picture. The beret was something earned and was worn to show that pride. As a side note I think most 1st Batters bought more razors than average to shave the legs with also (being so close to the beach)! Just saying
    I left the 75th about 9 months ago (broken neck, thankfully now surgically repaired . . . ). I had the fortune of working with all 4 Battalions, and the super low crest was definitely most prevalent at 1/75, along with their damn mankinis. That's not to say it was uncommon at 2/75 or 3/75, just not as common. That's just my experience, mileage will vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doofaloofa View Post
    The best place to see some truely spectacular beret malfunctions is the UN.

    The worst I saw were Dutch conscripts.

    It seems they just took the hat out of the bag, plonked it on thier heads and carried on rolling another joint



    Imagine this in blue with achne and a big doobie hanging out the corner of her mouth
    I had a CSM in IET that wore his beret almost exactly like that. True story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassius View Post
    I left the 75th about 9 months ago (broken neck, thankfully now surgically repaired . . . ). I had the fortune of working with all 4 Battalions, and the super low crest was definitely most prevalent at 1/75, along with their damn mankinis. That's not to say it was uncommon at 2/75 or 3/75, just not as common. That's just my experience, mileage will vary.

    From my days in Bat, That was my experience as well. By mankinis are you referring to "ranger-panties" Loved thoses things. I thought they did away with them. Ladies loved them, in fact for a good rangerette she would collect a pair from each ranger she "knew". Hit me up on a PM brother. RLTW:FemaleRage:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger joe View Post
    From my days in Bat, That was my experience as well. By mankinis are you referring to "ranger-panties" Loved thoses things. I thought they did away with them. Ladies loved them, in fact for a good rangerette she would collect a pair from each ranger she "knew". Hit me up on a PM brother. RLTW:FemaleRage:
    My uncle's brother, who I met for the first time at my cousin's wedding, "invented" the word rangerette to describe my wife. I let it go for about half an hour, but when he wouldn't drop it, I had to take him aside and explain to him what rangerette actually meant, and why it was not an appropriate phrase to describe my better half.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassius View Post
    My uncle's brother, who I met for the first time at my cousin's wedding, "invented" the word rangerette to describe my wife. I let it go for about half an hour, but when he wouldn't drop it, I had to take him aside and explain to him what rangerette actually meant, and why it was not an appropriate phrase to describe my better half.

    I hope he saw the error of his ways (for health reasons). Loved those rangerettes....wouldn't take one home to mamma though
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    By mankinis are you referring to "ranger-panties"
    Talking of Mankinis..

    A little down time in the sandbox can create some rather "interesting" results

    An no.. I'm not in this, as I managed to find myself out on patrol the morning this was filmed.

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    If I wanted a beret I'd become french and learn how to lose wars!
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