Appendix talk:Glossary of U.S. Navy slang
The contents of this page are being transwiki'd from w:U.S. Navy slang. The history is too long to easily move. The edit history will be preserved in Wikipedia in order to comply with the attribution requirements of GFDL. Rossami 04:26, 23 September 2007 (UTC)
- Note that Wiktionary uses Import, so any Wiktionary admin can import the history. There is no need to do it manually; if you add a transwiki tag on WP, a bot will move the contents to Wiktionary soon after. Dmcdevit·t 05:30, 23 September 2007 (UTC)
Some of the entries here are not unique to the US Navy. This list should be compared to the list at Appendix:Military slang. If the term is in significant inter-service usage, it should probably be added to Military slang and pulled off this list. Rossami 04:40, 23 September 2007 (UTC)
Fi Fi (pronounced like the French "fee fee"): Fuckin' idiot squared.
Section-by-section formatting. However, will not be checking for redundancy with MilSlang. Nahum Reduta 23:20, 14 May 2008 (UTC)
So what is a "line locker" as in, "The guys in the "Line Locker" can..." ? Thanks -
A locker is basicaly any storage space. Be it tiny or huge they are almost always called a locker. In this case, it is where you store Line, AKA Rope. Herogamer 15:12, 10 August 2010 (UTC)
The "Line Locker" is a reference to a group of command-eligible naval officers within NAVSEA08.50.147.26.108 02:51, 1 April 2014 (UTC)
I've heard this term a lot- hope it gets added to the list. 22.214.171.124 17:59, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
Not Only No But Fuck No
Nearly every boat, ship, and occasionally squadron, will have an alternative name, either self named, or "earned." It does not make sense to put them here, should be a different list. -- Waterproof blue
- Hm, OK. What would be a good (title for a) page to move them to? Appendix:List of slang names for U.S. Navy units? Or it could be a subpage of this page, such as Appendix:Glossary of U.S. Navy slang/Unit names. - -sche (discuss) 20:27, 6 December 2013 (UTC)
On the iPhone, in both Safari and Chrome, clicking the letter "E" link at the top of the page takes the user out of the browser (I assume that means that the browser is crashing; not sure).
Not all of the links fail in this way, and I haven't seen the failure on Desktop browsers, but the "E" link (at least) on Chrome or Safari (at least) on iPhone causes this problem *every time*. I've done it several times, on both browsers.