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Semi-automatics are only for chAir Force. And Camp Fire Girls. The rest have fully automatics.

 

If it's any consolation, though, the SecDef is gonna authorize a pilot program to allow zoomies fully automatic pencil sharpeners. As long as efficiency improves and the casualty rate is low, they might agree to make it permanent.

 

All of our M16A2's and M16A4's were S-1-3. And I believe the USMC transition is to M4's (S-1-3), not M4A1's (S-1-F)

 

The Army has had nothing but problems with their M4A1's. A bunch of undisciplined soldiers given a light profile 14.5" barrel weapon with a short carbine length gas system...and oh lets make it full auto so it overheats and fills up with carbon. The M4A1 was designed for SpecOps for suppressive fire while breaking contact. There's no need for a rifle company to have everyone carrying a full auto weapon. They keep needing PIP's to make them work properly. Now they have heavier barrels and buffers.

 

I figured zoomies would have those little mechanical pencils that cost a lot of money. Like an F35 pencil.

Just remember the army was in Fallujah first

 

Affirmative, the 82nd Airborne was the first US unit to enter in Apr2003. Several weeks after, the 82nd Airborne lit up a crowd of non-combatants, killed like 20 and wounded 100. And so the stage was set.

Let the butt hurt flow, the force is strong with this one

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Semi-automatics are only for chAir Force. And Camp Fire Girls. The rest have fully automatics.

 

If it's any consolation, though, the SecDef is gonna authorize a pilot program to allow zoomies fully automatic pencil sharpeners. As long as efficiency improves and the casualty rate is low, they might agree to make it permanent.

 

All of our M16A2's and M16A4's were S-1-3. And I believe the USMC transition is to M4's (S-1-3), not M4A1's (S-1-F)

 

The Army has had nothing but problems with their M4A1's. A bunch of undisciplined soldiers given a light profile 14.5" barrel weapon with a short carbine length gas system...and oh lets make it full auto so it overheats and fills up with carbon. The M4A1 was designed for SpecOps for suppressive fire while breaking contact. There's no need for a rifle company to have everyone carrying a full auto weapon. They keep needing PIP's to make them work properly. Now they have heavier barrels and buffers.

 

I figured zoomies would have those little mechanical pencils that cost a lot of money. Like an F35 pencil.

Just remember the army was in Fallujah first

 

Affirmative, the 82nd Airborne was the first US unit to enter in Apr2003. Several weeks after, the 82nd Airborne lit up a crowd of non-combatants, killed like 20 and wounded 100. And so the stage was set.

Let the butt hurt flow, the force is strong with this one

 

2004 and Al-Fajr was no picnic.

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Semi-automatics are only for chAir Force. And Camp Fire Girls. The rest have fully automatics.

 

If it's any consolation, though, the SecDef is gonna authorize a pilot program to allow zoomies fully automatic pencil sharpeners. As long as efficiency improves and the casualty rate is low, they might agree to make it permanent.

 

All of our M16A2's and M16A4's were S-1-3. And I believe the USMC transition is to M4's (S-1-3), not M4A1's (S-1-F)

 

The Army has had nothing but problems with their M4A1's. A bunch of undisciplined soldiers given a light profile 14.5" barrel weapon with a short carbine length gas system...and oh lets make it full auto so it overheats and fills up with carbon. The M4A1 was designed for SpecOps for suppressive fire while breaking contact. There's no need for a rifle company to have everyone carrying a full auto weapon. They keep needing PIP's to make them work properly. Now they have heavier barrels and buffers.

 

I figured zoomies would have those little mechanical pencils that cost a lot of money. Like an F35 pencil.

Just remember the army was in Fallujah first

 

Affirmative, the 82nd Airborne was the first US unit to enter in Apr2003. Several weeks after, the 82nd Airborne lit up a crowd of non-combatants, killed like 20 and wounded 100. And so the stage was set.

Let the butt hurt flow, the force is strong with this one

2004 and Al-Fajr was no picnic.

Were you there

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Yep, here's the roll call of that deployment:

 

Sgt Nachampassak, Krisna

27, of Burke, Virginia Accident 10-Jul-04

 

PFC Reed, Christopher

20, of Craigmont, Idaho Accident 10-Jul-04

 

Cpl Holmes, Terry

22, of Hollywood, Florida Accident 10-Jul-04

 

SSgt Spink Trevor

36, of Farmington, Missouri Accident 10-Jul-04

 

Sgt Calderon, Juan

26, of Weslaco, Texas Killed In Action 2-Aug-04

 

LCpl Hannon, Fernando

19, of Wildomar, California Died Of Wounds 15-Aug-04

 

LCpl Perez, Geoffrey

24, of Los Angeles, California Killed In Action 15-Aug-04

 

Cpl Alvarez, Nicanor

22, of San Bernardino, California

He was attached from First Combat Engineer Battalion, First Marine Division, First Marine Expeditionary Force Killed In Action 21-Aug-04

 

Cpl Rintamaki, Steven

21, of Lynnwood, Washington Killed In Action 16-Sep-04

 

Cpl Oliveira, Brian

22, of Raynham, Massachusetts Died Of Wounds 25-Oct-04

 

Sgt James, William

24, of Huntington Beach, California Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Larson, Nicholas

19, of Wheaton, Illinois Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Segura, Juan

26, of Homestead, Florida Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

SSgt Slay, Russell

28, of Humble, Texas

He was attached from Second Assault Amphibian Battalion, Second Marine Division, Second Marine Expeditionary Force Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Wood, Nathan

19, of Kirkland, Washington Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Simpson, Abraham

19, of Chino, California Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

Cpl Bowling, Theodore

25, of Casselberry, Florida Killed In Action 11-Nov-04

 

Sgt Strader, Morgan

23, of Crossville, Indiana Killed In Action 12-Nov-04

 

Sgt Norwood, Byron

25, of Pflugerville, Texas Killed In Action 13-Nov-04

 

LCpl Bryan, Benjamin

23, of Lumberton, North Carolina Killed In Action 13-Nov-04

 

LCpl McLeese, Justin

19, of Covington, Louisiana Killed In Action 13-Nov-04

 

Cpl Burger, Dale

21, of Bel Air, Maryland Killed In Action 14-Nov-04

 

Cpl Perez, Andres

21, of Santa Cruz, California Killed In Action 14-Nov-04

 

LCpl Swain, James

20, of Kokomo, Indiana

He was attached from Headquarters Battalion, First Marine Division, First Marine Expeditionary Force Killed In Action 15-Nov-04

 

LCpl Ailes, Jeramy

22, of Gilroy, California Killed in Action 15-Nov-04

 

LCpl Qualls, Louis

20, of Temple, Texas

He was attached from Second Battalion, Fourteenth Marine Regiment, Fourth Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve Killed In Action 16-Nov-04

 

Sgt Heflin, Christopher

26, of Paducah, Kentucky Killed In Action 16-Nov-04

 

LCpl Hanks, Michael

22, of Gregory, Michigan Killed In Action 17-Nov-04

 

LCpl Figueroa, Luis

21, of Los Angeles, California Killed In Action 18-Nov-04

 

LCpl Arms, Bradley

20, of Charlottesville, Virginia

He was attached from Fourth Combat Engineer Battalion, Fourth Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve Killed In Action 19-Nov-04

 

LCpl West, Phillip

19, of American Canyon, California Killed In Action 19-Nov-04

 

LCpl Welke, Joseph

20, of Rapid City, South Dakota Died Of Wounds 20-Nov-04

 

LCpl Dickinson, Joshua

25, of New Port Richey, Florida Killed In Action 12-Dec-04

Edited by Konrad2012

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iBowfish. U have a CSP with $1K limit? Huh!?!? I thought a card like that would be at least a $5k MIN? Or did you shift that limit over?

 

Chase doesn't follow the typical $5k rule for a Visa Sig.

 

My Southwest RR Premier Visa Sig was $2k @ the time of approval. Confirmed Sig when the card arrived.

 

I pushed the limit over to my Amazon. Not using the CSP at all so it was better to push it over to a card I was using.

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Yep, here's the roll call of that deployment:

 

Sgt Nachampassak, Krisna

27, of Burke, Virginia Accident 10-Jul-04

 

PFC Reed, Christopher

20, of Craigmont, Idaho Accident 10-Jul-04

 

Cpl Holmes, Terry

22, of Hollywood, Florida Accident 10-Jul-04

 

SSgt Spink Trevor

36, of Farmington, Missouri Accident 10-Jul-04

 

Sgt Calderon, Juan

26, of Weslaco, Texas Killed In Action 2-Aug-04

 

LCpl Hannon, Fernando

19, of Wildomar, California Died Of Wounds 15-Aug-04

 

LCpl Perez, Geoffrey

24, of Los Angeles, California Killed In Action 15-Aug-04

 

Cpl Alvarez, Nicanor

22, of San Bernardino, California

He was attached from First Combat Engineer Battalion, First Marine Division, First Marine Expeditionary Force Killed In Action 21-Aug-04

 

Cpl Rintamaki, Steven

21, of Lynnwood, Washington Killed In Action 16-Sep-04

 

Cpl Oliveira, Brian

22, of Raynham, Massachusetts Died Of Wounds 25-Oct-04

 

Sgt James, William

24, of Huntington Beach, California Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Larson, Nicholas

19, of Wheaton, Illinois Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Segura, Juan

26, of Homestead, Florida Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

SSgt Slay, Russell

28, of Humble, Texas

He was attached from Second Assault Amphibian Battalion, Second Marine Division, Second Marine Expeditionary Force Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Wood, Nathan

19, of Kirkland, Washington Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

LCpl Simpson, Abraham

19, of Chino, California Killed In Action 9-Nov-04

 

Cpl Bowling, Theodore

25, of Casselberry, Florida Killed In Action 11-Nov-04

 

Sgt Strader, Morgan

23, of Crossville, Indiana Killed In Action 12-Nov-04

 

Sgt Norwood, Byron

25, of Pflugerville, Texas Killed In Action 13-Nov-04

 

LCpl Bryan, Benjamin

23, of Lumberton, North Carolina Killed In Action 13-Nov-04

 

LCpl McLeese, Justin

19, of Covington, Louisiana Killed In Action 13-Nov-04

 

Cpl Burger, Dale

21, of Bel Air, Maryland Killed In Action 14-Nov-04

 

Cpl Perez, Andres

21, of Santa Cruz, California Killed In Action 14-Nov-04

 

LCpl Swain, James

20, of Kokomo, Indiana

He was attached from Headquarters Battalion, First Marine Division, First Marine Expeditionary Force Killed In Action 15-Nov-04

 

LCpl Ailes, Jeramy

22, of Gilroy, California Killed in Action 15-Nov-04

 

LCpl Qualls, Louis

20, of Temple, Texas

He was attached from Second Battalion, Fourteenth Marine Regiment, Fourth Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve Killed In Action 16-Nov-04

 

Sgt Heflin, Christopher

26, of Paducah, Kentucky Killed In Action 16-Nov-04

 

LCpl Hanks, Michael

22, of Gregory, Michigan Killed In Action 17-Nov-04

 

LCpl Figueroa, Luis

21, of Los Angeles, California Killed In Action 18-Nov-04

 

LCpl Arms, Bradley

20, of Charlottesville, Virginia

He was attached from Fourth Combat Engineer Battalion, Fourth Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve Killed In Action 19-Nov-04

 

LCpl West, Phillip

19, of American Canyon, California Killed In Action 19-Nov-04

 

LCpl Welke, Joseph

20, of Rapid City, South Dakota Died Of Wounds 20-Nov-04

 

LCpl Dickinson, Joshua

25, of New Port Richey, Florida Killed In Action 12-Dec-04

Sorry to read this Konrad. My belated prayers to their families...

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Looks like Navy League San Diego has stopped accepting applications for membership (except maybe those that actually live in San Diego) People on Myfico are insane

 

http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Personal-Finance/Navy-Federal-CU-The-REAL-way-in-for-those-that-dont-qualify/td-p/4598275/page/21

FTFY

 

 

ETA: WElcome to CB!

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Thank you for the warm welcome!

 

Gotta laugh at this post on myfico

 

So let me get this straight. 16+ pages wasn't enough. Calling Nfcu wasn't enough. You had to contact the navy league to bring light to this for what reason??!!! And now its shut down. What were you thinking? Ruining a good thing for potentially hundreds or even thousands of people. Couldn't you just have taken this with the grain of salt and just passed rather than risk blowing it for everyone?! Congrats dude, you win bone head of the year award.

As for this who got in, congrats. And sorry to those that won't going forward.

 

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Thank you for the warm welcome!

 

Gotta laugh at this post on myfico

 

So let me get this straight. 16+ pages wasn't enough. Calling Nfcu wasn't enough. You had to contact the navy league to bring light to this for what reason??!!! And now its shut down. What were you thinking? Ruining a good thing for potentially hundreds or even thousands of people. Couldn't you just have taken this with the grain of salt and just passed rather than risk blowing it for everyone?! Congrats dude, you win bone head of the year award.

As for this who got in, congrats. And sorry to those that won't going forward.

 

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

What's funny is that the MFers are blaming one of their own when the fact is that Navy had this in the cards for a while now.

 

The MFers are stupid and even when they are stupid they sink to new and even more exciting levels of stupidity.

 

:rofl:

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Thank you for the warm welcome!

 

Gotta laugh at this post on myfico

So let me get this straight. 16+ pages wasn't enough. Calling Nfcu wasn't enough. You had to contact the navy league to bring light to this for what reason??!!! And now its shut down. What were you thinking? Ruining a good thing for potentially hundreds or even thousands of people. Couldn't you just have taken this with the grain of salt and just passed rather than risk blowing it for everyone?! Congrats dude, you win bone head of the year award.As for this who got in, congrats. And sorry to those that won't going forward.

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

What's funny is that the MFers are blaming one of their own when the fact is that Navy had this in the cards for a while now.

The MFers are stupid and even when they are stupid they sink to new and even more exciting levels of stupidity.

:rofl:

In other words, PotO called to check on this after i posted this and PotO got it killed. All indignent behaviour should be directed his way. ;)

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The salamanders on MF called and got it shut down by asking if it was legit.

 

NFCU hates loopholes like this and I'm surprised that it took them so long to close it down. For something like this to remain open, it should never have been posted publicly though.

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The salamanders on MF called and got it shut down by asking if it was legit.

 

NFCU hates loopholes like this and I'm surprised that it took them so long to close it down. For something like this to remain open, it should never have been posted publicly though.

Exactly. A friend of a friend PM chain only thing.

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A loophole like this is guaranteed to be closed if posted on MF and CB. CB alone would kill it. It was only a matter of time.

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So who wants to bet, was it the Navy League San Diego who decided to coincidentally stop accepting apps because of their affiliation with Penfed and USAA, or was it Navy League CU that asked/convinced (whatever term you want to use) Navy League SD to stop accepting apps?

 

I bet it was the latter

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the first rule of fight club...

 

1. Bring a gun. Preferably, bring at least two guns. Bring all of your friends who have guns.

 

2. Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Ammo is cheap. Life is expensive.

 

3. Only hits count. The only thing worse than a miss is a slow miss.

 

4. If your shooting stance is good, you're probably not moving fast enough nor using cover correctly.

 

5. Move away from your attacker. Distance is your friend. (Lateral and diagonal movement are preferred.)

 

6. If you can choose what to bring to a gunfight, bring a long gun and a friend with a long gun.

 

7. In ten years nobody will remember the details of caliber, stance, or tactics. They will only remember who lived.

 

8. If you are not shooting, you should be communicating, reloading, and running.

 

9. Accuracy is relative: most combat shooting standards will be more dependent on "pucker factor" than the inherent accuracy of the gun.

 

10. Someday someone may kill you with your own gun, but they should have to beat you to death with it because it is empty.

 

11. Always cheat; always win. The only unfair fight is the one you lose.

 

12. Have a plan.

 

13. Have a back-up plan, because the first one won't work.

 

14. Use cover or concealment as much as possible. The visible target should be in FRONT of your gun.

 

15. Flank your adversary when possible. Protect yours.

 

16. Don't drop your guard.

 

17. Always tactical load and threat scan 360 degrees.

 

18. Watch their hands. Hands kill. (In God we trust. Everyone else, keep your hands where I can see them).

 

19. Decide to be aggressive ENOUGH, quickly ENOUGH.

 

20. The faster you finish the fight, the less shot you will get.

 

21. Be polite. Be professional. But have a plan to kill everyone you meet.

 

22. Be courteous to everyone, friendly to no one.

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Just got sent this message from Navy Federal. Looks like it is/was legit but if Navy League SD isn't accepting new apps or or only accepting apps from those that live in the corresponding San Diego zip codes, then it's pretty much closed off. They NFCU never advertised or acknowledged it at all, and everyone I've seen on a message board complaining about getting their membership revoked since 2010 either from lying or not truly being eligible, Navy League rather kicked em out rather then telling them about this secret way of joining.

 

Navy Federal Response 06/13/2016 :

Thank you for using Navy Federal's eMessaging Service, Mr. xxxxxxxxxx In 2010, USA Federal Credit Union was merged with Navy Federal at the request of the National Credit Union Administration. Those groups that were eligible for membership with USA Federal Credit Union were absorbed into Navy Federal's field of membership. The San Diego Council of the Navy League was included among those groups that were absorbed; therefore, members of the San Diego Council of the Navy League are eligible for membership with Navy Federal Credit Union. If you have further questions, please let us know.

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the first rule of fight club...

1. Bring a gun. Preferably, bring at least two guns. Bring all of your friends who have guns.

 

2. Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Ammo is cheap. Life is expensive.

 

3. Only hits count. The only thing worse than a miss is a slow miss.

 

4. If your shooting stance is good, you're probably not moving fast enough nor using cover correctly.

 

5. Move away from your attacker. Distance is your friend. (Lateral and diagonal movement are preferred.)

 

6. If you can choose what to bring to a gunfight, bring a long gun and a friend with a long gun.

 

7. In ten years nobody will remember the details of caliber, stance, or tactics. They will only remember who lived.

 

8. If you are not shooting, you should be communicating, reloading, and running.

 

9. Accuracy is relative: most combat shooting standards will be more dependent on "pucker factor" than the inherent accuracy of the gun.

 

10. Someday someone may kill you with your own gun, but they should have to beat you to death with it because it is empty.

 

11. Always cheat; always win. The only unfair fight is the one you lose.

 

12. Have a plan.

 

13. Have a back-up plan, because the first one won't work.

 

14. Use cover or concealment as much as possible. The visible target should be in FRONT of your gun.

 

15. Flank your adversary when possible. Protect yours.

 

16. Don't drop your guard.

 

17. Always tactical load and threat scan 360 degrees.

 

18. Watch their hands. Hands kill. (In God we trust. Everyone else, keep your hands where I can see them).

 

19. Decide to be aggressive ENOUGH, quickly ENOUGH.

 

20. The faster you finish the fight, the less shot you will get.

 

21. Be polite. Be professional. But have a plan to kill everyone you meet.

 

22. Be courteous to everyone, friendly to no one.

I completely agree with Konrad.

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I completely agree with Konrad.

 

 

Any time I read the first rule of Fight Club reference I think of the Rules of a Gunfight ;)

 

 

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Interesting. So since I made my San Diego Navy League donation and am officially a member, I guess I'm officially eligible for NFCU, at least based on the email above. Maybe I will enroll to see what happens.

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Interesting. So since I made my San Diego Navy League donation and am officially a member, I guess I'm officially eligible for NFCU, at least based on the email above. Maybe I will enroll to see what happens.

 

https://www.navyfederal.org/pdf/applications-forms/NFCU97.pdf

 

Have to fill out the paper application and mail it, email it or fax it. Can't apply online. In Section B I checked Association/Community/Company and wrote Navy League San Diego off to the side, and I left section C empty. I also sent a copy of my drivers license and social security card (Front and back to be safe) and a screenshot of the acceptance email to Navy League San Diego and a screenshot of my bank statement showing the $25 charge to join Navy League.

 

Anyways if you're approved, you can get your access number here https://my.navyfederal.org/NFOAA_Auth/mktfindmyaccessnumber.xhtmland your temporary password I believe is the last 4 digits of your access number and last 4 of your social security number. Unless you specifically check I do not want Navy Federal Online Account Access. on the application.

 

And good luck!

Edited by PizzaPowerPunch

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