OKINAWA, JAPAN – Supply Company Gunnery Sergeant Dan Williams confirmed today that despite a wide range of accomplishments and experiences in the Corps, he had absolutely no idea what an infantry Sergeant was saying during a conversation yesterday morning.
“He came into my shop asking my Marines about gear he would need for ‘CAX’ over in ’29 Stumps,'” explained a flabbergasted Williams of Sergeant Mitch Henderson. “Then he said his Marines were at the ‘ASP’ with the ‘BLT’ awaiting the ‘FRAGO’ from the ‘skipper.’ I didn’t want to look stupid, so I just kept nodding and telling him we’d take care of him.”
Henderson, who reportedly became frustrated with Williams, called him a ‘POG’ and marched off. However, he returned the next day with a few of his peers and similar requests for ‘box-kickers,’ a ‘PRC-E7,’ and some ‘broke-dicks’ to help the ‘butter bars’ with some ‘mock CASEVAC’ drill.
“Honestly, I have a newfound respect for these Devil Dogs on the front lines,” confessed a still-confused Williams. “They really sound like they know what they’re talking about.”
The Sergeant however, was quite annoyed with the supply chief.
“I hate coming to Oki garrison. I have to get these ma dueces to the FPL ASAP, so my non-rates can get their dick skinners on them before the half-bird goes high and to the right,” said Henderson.
“Instead I have to deal with this FUBAR motard who I just saw the other day in his pickle suit with nothing more than a good cookie. Hell, my Lance Colonel has more weight on his chest than this guy. And more G-2 as well. Maybe I should FAP him from the float and let him run this gagglefuck company.”
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