That one rocks!!!
Ive got a story about my Seebees training this summer, in Gulfport Mississippi.It was the second week of training, and the final night of the FECS, we were setting up the communisations wires. We had a guy by the name of Medford, a complete
kissing, licking moron with no shame, who had somehow managed to get himself on the communication team, the support team and the REAC team. Unfortunately for our small group of sixteen cadets, he wasnt competant in any of the 3 positions. The communications team was in charge of laying the comm wires and setting up the switchboard and sound-powered telephones. The support team was in charge of getting any supplies required to defend our position effectively sort of a joke as we were aremed with the deadly pine-cone grenades and rubber duckies
. there was a female cadet of far more competence who was beeing held in reserve because of the fact that he had bragged and begged for the job(actully he did so for all three jobs
). The 'intruders' started arriving around 2100 hours and he immeadiatly over reacted and started yelling at the visitors, 2 females and a male, the females started to cry and the guy was plenty PO'd, Medford got mad and took the male visitor down, The wrong way, a bomb went off on the man and medford, along with 3 other cadets, were 'killed' from there, Medford kept to the REAC team. But he just didnt learn his lesson(in fact he probably NEVER did
). As he and his REAC team(wich he led) were patrolling the grounds around the CO's tent,an argument arose as to the method in which the patrol was to be conducted, Medford thought that the system(in use by the actual CB's for years) was inneffective, and believed he knew a better way, during this "discussion", the enemy attacked and killed the CO, and then killed the REAC team, who were completly oblivious to the happenings. We didnt know what happened till far to late to do anything about it. Needless to say, Medford was removed from his position and sent to the front. :P