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PatriotnMore
09-14-2008, 7:45 PM
How many of you can still remember the names of your "Company Commanders", "Drill instructors", or whatever they called them in your branch?

At that time, 1979, when I went through Navy boot camp, thats what we called our instructors, it could be different now.

Its funny, I have a hard time remembering some 1st and 2nd cousins names, but I can remember Mr. Maps, and Mr. Trammel like it was yesterday, think they had an impact on me?:)

USN CHIEF
09-14-2008, 7:48 PM
Can you please define older?:eek:

When I went to Boot Camp back in 94 we still called them Company Commanders.

I will never forget him, his name was Mr. Piazza, he was the meanest person in the entire world during my stay in Boot Camp. Now that I am older I see that he did a freaking good job. I will never forget his face/name.

BB63Squid
09-14-2008, 8:06 PM
Jefe,

I think he was specifically referring to you when he said "Older".:rofl2

PatriotnMore
09-14-2008, 8:08 PM
Can you please define older?:eek:

When I went to Boot Camp back in 94 we still called them Company Commanders.

I will never forget him, his name was Mr. Piazza, he was the meanest person in the entire world during my stay in Boot Camp. Now that I am older I see that he did a freaking good job. I will never forget his face/name.

14 years removed from boot qualifies, but you're teetering on F.O.G status. :D
Did you ever have to pull a marching party? I did one, and that was enough, I made sure I stayed below radar after that.

Spica
09-14-2008, 8:40 PM
Yes, I still can. My company commanders were MS1 Perkins and BM1 Hastings. This was in 1990, and yes I was in two marching parties:puke: (how can I forget)

EOD3
09-14-2008, 9:03 PM
My DI was SFC Demon. We should have known it was a bad sign...

psum240b
09-14-2008, 9:09 PM
DCC Antonucci, and AET1 Wendlingwere my CC's in Cape May,
sorry I'm a newb in the military this was only about a year and a half ago.:D
Wendling is a former paratrooper who had alot of real creative ways for punishment, but was a damn good CC and turned out to be the CC I learned the most from

chris
09-14-2008, 10:33 PM
heck i remember my Drill Sergeants names. SSG Taylor and SSG Jones. and that was almost 20 years ago.

tileguy
09-14-2008, 11:09 PM
it was 1985 ft. jackson. remember it like it was yesterday. d-10-2
drill sgt.smith they called him the black devil will never forget it was awesome.

crowbar
09-15-2008, 4:38 AM
1974 A-2-2 Fort Leonard Wood. Drill Sergeant: SSG Rahn, Sr. Drill Sergeant SFC Zills. CO was CPT Dickson. Wow, more residual brain cells than I thought.

Mikeb
09-15-2008, 8:46 AM
I don't remember the name of my CO in basic. I just remember him addressing us on day ,saying.." Men I went to a concert and it put me in such a good mood that anyone that shoots expert at the rifle range gets a three day pass." We hadn't even heard of Woodstock...
I shot 2nd highest in the company... ...marksman. But I still got my pass
Mike

Fjold
09-15-2008, 9:08 AM
1977 - San Diego - Company Commander ADJ-1 Castillo from the Phillipines

We had 4 guys who came in on the buddy program from Tennessee and I used to have to act as the translator for them.

:D

m24armorer
09-15-2008, 9:15 PM
1977,you be just a pup. Msgt John Fairweather. 1st Div.



OUCH.....

Darklyte27
09-15-2008, 9:32 PM
I feel old haha, im 27,
Company commander, Capt Jasper. Tall azz MOFO, he was like 6-10'?
SDI Sgt Parrot, 2nd hat, Sgt Gombocz, Sgt Mcgwire, and Sgt Cano.
and a few others..

11Z50
09-15-2008, 9:38 PM
1975, Fort Polk LA. Basic, E/1-2: 1LT Carder was the commander, SFC Carter was the senior Drill Sergeant, his buddy was SSG Francisco Lugo, one sadistic bastard. Infantry AIT B/5-2: CPT Maxwell V. Terrien, Senior DS SFC Quinonnes, and his piss-boy was DS Hoerl, a real idiot. "Captain Max" had been highly decorated (and shot up) in Viet Nam a few years prior. He was a hard-core Ranger type but a very good leader. In fact, all of these guys (with the exception of Hoerl) were recent Viet Nam combat infantrymen.

bill.l.johnson
09-19-2008, 7:47 PM
Fort Leonard Wood - Basic 1965
1SG Matos - never blinked an eye
SFC Hoffman - heavy German accent
SGT Cormier - good guy
CPL Turner - just back from RVN

Some things you never forget.

January and February in Missouri are damn cold.:eek:

gwl
09-19-2008, 8:15 PM
I don't think I'll ever forget . . .

MCRD San Diego - PLT 3052, Co M, 3rd RTR

Company Commander - Capt Pastva
Series Commander - Capt Lukenhouse
Company 1Sgt - 1Sgt Rollejo
Senior Drill Instructor - GySgt Townsend
Drill Instructor - GySgt Williams
Drill Instructor - SSgt Cook
Drill Instructor - Sgt Martinez

Great times in "The Pit" and "The Classroom".

Moonclip
09-21-2008, 3:41 PM
Can you please define older?:eek:

When I went to Boot Camp back in 94 we still called them Company Commanders.

I will never forget him, his name was Mr. Piazza, he was the meanest person in the entire world during my stay in Boot Camp. Now that I am older I see that he did a freaking good job. I will never forget his face/name.

94 also Great Lakes, Orlando was closing, SD RTC closed. I can't remember their names but I remember company # and still can see their faces in my memory.

1911whore
09-21-2008, 6:13 PM
Drill Sergeant Want
Drill Sergeant Reynolds
Drill Sergeant Evans

Ft. Benning Ga 1996 2/58 House of pain :)

anothergunnut
09-21-2008, 8:15 PM
Lackland AFB, 1979, 3708 trng sq, Tsgt Brooks and Ssgt Edgemon were the TIs.

liketoshoot
09-22-2008, 7:46 AM
I truly can't remember their names, this is back in 1974 and a lot has been lost since then.
I remember being the only one in San Deigo from the east coast and they said I had an accent!

DesertDawg
09-23-2008, 3:26 AM
June 1966....SSGT King: He was always making fun of "California boys" ("What's a 'California lunch box'? That's a jock strap with a banana in it!", "Only two kinds of people in California....qu--rs and hot rodders, and I don't see no exhaust pipes coming out of your a--!"). Funny thing, for at the end of boot camp, someone asked him where he was from...La Jolla, California! When he said that, someone asked him to show his exhaust pipes! HAHA!

IllTemperedCur
09-23-2008, 12:38 PM
Aug-Nov 86, Basic/AIT at Ft. Benning, Sand Hill.

Platoon drill instructors
SSG Johnson, skinny black guy with bad teeth. Insanely fit.
SSG Reyes, pudgy short Puerto Rican, weak chin, gymnast. We privately laughed at his being a gymnast until he did some pretty wild pommel-horse type moves on random fences and handrails....all while wearing BDUs, his round brown and jump boots.

Company 1SG was 1SG Coyle. Signature quote: "I can be a bigger a**hole than all of you combined."

PatriotnMore
09-23-2008, 12:51 PM
damn you are old.

Thanks:( Now lets all sit in the rocking chair, and sip on an ice cold glass of turnip juice as I tell you my salty sea adventurers.:chris:

IllTemperedCur
09-23-2008, 1:05 PM
Thanks:( Now lets all sit in the rocking chair, and sip on an ice cold glass of turnip juice as I tell you my salty sea adventurers.:chris:

And yell at the neighborhood kids "GET OFF MY LAWN!!!!"

Bill_in_SD
09-23-2008, 2:26 PM
1992 MMC Palo
Guy never slept, so neither did we.......

shonc99
09-24-2008, 6:53 PM
Summer 95' and without looking at the 'cruise book':

FCCS McClintock
MR1 Aulner
AMS2 ? (don't remember) -Funny thing was she was cute as a CC, but 3 years later she transferred to my ship and had become CU-CU-CAA-ROO!

kermit315
10-02-2008, 10:37 AM
YNC Booth
SK1(SW) Pickler
SM2 Merryman

Div 244, 2001 Great Lakes RTC. Recruit Division Commanders.

Super-Dave
10-02-2008, 1:47 PM
MS1 Ayers
AME1 Standke

Any IT attendees ? Been there done that!!

rod
10-03-2008, 4:30 AM
BM1 Law was one of my CCs. I still hate that SOB.

ch47gunner
10-23-2008, 8:03 AM
Staff Sgt. Reyes was my DI in Basic Training at Fort Ord, California Feb.1969.
He was from Guam and was also our hand to hand instructer. A real Badd-***.
Don't remember our Senior DI's name, but he was Puerto Rican, short little guy, stood about 5'4", and had the longest damn stride of anyone I've ever seen.

Bruce

xsquid
11-01-2008, 6:28 PM
RTC San Diego '76
Co 919
CC BM1 Rogers

MrLogan
11-03-2008, 2:17 PM
2002
Bco 1/48 INF REG
Ft Leonard Wood, MO

DS Smith, DS Cobb, CPT Garza

Seems just like yesterday. :D

Desert_Rat
12-02-2008, 7:51 PM
Like it was yesterday.
Senior Drill Instructor SSGT Tucker,
Drill Instructor SGTSummerill,
Drill Instructor SGT Harris,
Drill Instructor SGT Simpson.
Platoon 3047 Graduation date 18NOV94

rodog
12-03-2008, 7:36 AM
Lackland AFB, 1979, 3708 trng sq, Tsgt Brooks and Ssgt Edgemon were the TIs.

Anothergunnut,
I was at Lackland in 1985, and had Tsgt Brooks and a Ssgt. Gonzales as my TIs, wonder if it was the same Brooks? I remember being a "bed aligner" and a guidon, and getting attacked by fire ants while cutting the grass with nail clippers.

Ninja45
12-04-2008, 2:48 PM
AGC Burr
Company 052 (B52 Bombers)
RTC San Diego 1975

I remember this guy lit five cigarettes in one of the recruits' mouth and told him to smoke all five with his hands behind his back. He was caught with tobacco remnants inside his jacket in one of our morning personnel inspections.

yeah...I remember him!

Ninja45

Boarding-Team-Leader
12-04-2008, 9:48 PM
1981 USCG Alameda CA. H135 Company Commander BM1 Hemmings.
Recruit Company Commander.... me!:D

Grumpyoldretiredcop
12-11-2008, 9:03 PM
1976, RTC Orlando

Co. 351, BMC Elam and "Elam's Death March". He liked to drive us into, through and over other recruit formations and we always marched at slow pace. I still have the T-shirt, not that I could fit into it these days!

USN 1976-1986

NiteQwill
12-12-2008, 5:23 PM
SSG Slaughter at Ft. Benning of A 1/38

Ahhhh... good times

Trapper
12-18-2008, 9:14 AM
Company 941 Great Lakes 1989 AO1 Kelley

JMB1911
01-02-2009, 9:08 PM
Lackland AFB in 1987. We called them TI (training instructor). I actually had a SSgt Slaughter along with SSgt Batson for TIs....funny how you never forget those guys.

jkasandiego
01-02-2009, 10:44 PM
CO 128. 1989 RTC San Diego
MM1 Davis
Chief Yanos

JerryM
01-08-2009, 11:40 PM
LOL,

Drill Sergeant Osborne (SSG) (1988, Fort Dix, NJ))
Drill Sergeant Bruce (SGT)

1st Duty Station: (1988, 110th MI Bn (CEWI), Ft. Drum, NY)
CPT Renaud
1SG Merryman

I have forgotten many leaders after them, but these names will never be forgotten!

pogie45
01-10-2009, 7:36 AM
I had to open my Anchor book...

Company 053 1981 RTC San Diego

YN2 Hall

I went to marching party once...It was hard but taught me a lesson.

spectr17
05-29-2009, 11:06 AM
TSgt Schmitley. the T.I. that greeted me so warmly at Lackland AFB my first day.

Some goof believed his recruiter and brought his golf clubs so when we got off the bus Sgt. Schmitley saw them being unloaded and freakin came unspooled on the guy. Schmitley tossed the whole golf bag across the parking lot and these were monogramed clubs with the little fuzzy club head covers. Dude was almost in tears seeing his precious clubs scattered all over the lot.

I was cracking up trying not to laugh when Schmitley got in my face and he nicknamed me "Smiling Jack" for my crap eating grin I couldn't wipe off my face.

CA357
05-29-2009, 11:27 AM
1967 Sgt. Norman.

1SGMAT
05-29-2009, 12:37 PM
I have been in the Army more than half the years I have been on this earth. Drill Sergeant Kantor and Cowan.

Bizcuits
05-30-2009, 12:04 PM
Ft. Benning Ga 1996 2/58 House of pain :)

No ****? I was D 2/58 in 05

docsmileyface
05-30-2009, 8:53 PM
Don't remember my CO or 1SG's names, I remember my 1SG had a really long eastern bloc sounding name and a CIB with a 5th ID combat patch, Yavonovich or something like that, we had SFC Fuller who was at ANCOC for most of the cycle and SSG Schaul who loved to talk about how much he hated his ex-wife and how we needed to get separate bank accounts from our wives if we ever PCSd to Korea.

That was C Co 2/28th INF back in 2002, only way I imagine how you guys can remember your CO's from the 70's was it must have been a much more traumatic experience back then....

scr83jp
05-31-2009, 7:53 AM
Sept 19 1952 Sampson AB near Geneva,NY former US Navy recruit training base in WW2. TI airman first class Ostertag .After south korean bases were overrun by north koreans and the airmen killed because didn't know how to defend themselves our basic training was changed from 6 weeks to 13 weeks of training with emphasis on self preservation use of carbines,how to disable equipment with thermite grenades & primer cord(detcord),survival .The old navy unheated quonset drill halls had tanks in one end full of water where we were told to jump in fully clothed with our boots on and swim out to the end then climb out,when we asked about drying off the TI's said they would take care of that,they did we double timed a couple of miles back to the barracks & got dried out.We did night operations & bivouacking in the snow covered terrain of sampson to prepare us for korea. Graduated from basic training just before christmas 1952 had 10 days leave at home then reported in to Strategic Air Command MacDill AFB Dec 30,1952 & never used any of the extensive training we learned.

joeyriv
06-03-2009, 3:29 PM
SDI SSgt Foreman
SSgt Roberts
Sgt Garrigues
Plt 2085, MCRD San DOG
This was only in '91, so it's kinda fresh in memory

satan's coachman
08-08-2010, 9:19 AM
I went to "Hard Knox" in 1995. Our platoon's DI's were SSG Grant, SSG Smalls, and SFC Floyd. Seems like ages ago!!

bjl333
08-08-2010, 9:24 AM
I still remember my Police Explorer DI ... Deputy Baker. That was back in '80.

daveinwoodland
08-08-2010, 9:26 AM
SSGT Suarez (Male) and SGT Coombs (Female). Hard to forget those names from 1977

AGGRESSOR
08-09-2010, 12:26 PM
I had this "Crazy Ex-Marine Vietnam Vet" for a Drill Sgt. (1st Marine Div.)
SSG. English
D-9-2
FT. Jackson, SC, 1983

I can't remember the assistants as they were Army Reserve Drill Sgts. and they changed every two weeks. These Sgts. were "Sadistic" and I believe they didn't want to be there for their two weeks a year requirement, so they would take it out on us.

The Senior Drill Sgt. was changed after two to three weeks. I remember both of their faces but I can't remember their names. Both of them were mean "SOB's" and they dealt out punishment with a grin on their faces.

The Captain was an Ex-Airborne ADA Officer. Mean as Hell too! I can't remember his name either.

I remember the Captain and my Drill Sgt. could run like hell though. They both ran marathons when not in the training cycle.

frankm
08-09-2010, 2:27 PM
I'm trying to forget but can't! One DI told us if we kept pissin' him off we'd be strong m-f's before we got out of there. We finished boot with the highest PFT. LOL.

GMG
08-09-2010, 7:14 PM
1962 San diego.........NTC......LFTA.......Don't remember names !:sleeping:

CWUSCG
08-10-2010, 8:30 AM
I'll be on my death bed and still remember my Company Commanders names and faces. November-181, Cape May, New Jersey. DC2 Sutton and GMC Dendy. DC2 was the punisher and GMC was the "teacher." My CC's are still the best damn Coast Guardsmen i've ever met. I'll never forget when they called us shipmates for the first time right before graduation. Everyone was beaming with pride. :chris:

jigenax
08-10-2010, 9:24 AM
I don't think I'll ever forget . . .

MCRD San Diego - PLT 3052, Co M, 3rd RTR
(snip)
Great times in "The Pit" and "The Classroom".

Wow, you were in my sister series but probably different year.

Plt 3055, Co. M, 3rd RTR
MCRD San Diego

Graduated 09 August 1985

Sr. DI: SSgt. Valentin
DI: SSgt. Briones
DI: Sgt. Scott
DI: Sgt. Taylor
PMI: Sgt. Small

Remember making "Sugar Cookies" or sweating up a "Square"? How about old "Mt. Motherf**ker" or the "Freedom Birds" at SD International? My barracks was right next to that damn runway. Man, I can still smell the prop wash. :o

pyro22
08-10-2010, 3:36 PM
I had to open my Anchor book...

Company 053 1981 RTC San Diego

YN2 Hall

I went to marching party once...It was hard but taught me a lesson.

Was there at the same time co 065
MM2 Pate

Did three marching party's the whole company the Seals hated us
they didnt want to be there, and we sure as heck didnt

VictorFranko
08-10-2010, 3:46 PM
USCGS Government Island 1974
CC BM1 Jones
We were his first company and the other CC's were on our azz constantly to haze Jones. It was really messed up. He was a drunk and seemed to never be around and the other CC's just tortured the heck out of us.

devilinblack
08-12-2010, 3:58 PM
That was 19 years ago last month. Good old Ft. Benning OSUT.

E. Co 1/19th Infantry, 3rd (Herd) Platoon
SFC Cox and SSG Lopez.

Funny thing was I ran into Lopez shortly before I ETS'd from Bragg and was in his stick for his cherry blast in the 82d.

BrianSolomonBallard
11-28-2010, 12:13 PM
Drill Sergeant Want
Drill Sergeant Reynolds
Drill Sergeant Evans

Ft. Benning Ga 1996 2/58 House of pain :)

Hey! I had the same Drill Instructors in 97! Charlie 2/58!

All three of those DI's were super cool never got to barking, just talked to you.

You'll be happy to know... the day I graduated, Drill Sargent Want got orders for a Delta team in which his was assigned to a leadership position. A true Badass.

9-12
01-09-2011, 9:15 PM
3/1982
A-4-1
2nd plt.
Fort Jackson, SC

1SG Dunton...1st sgt
SFC Davis...mean sob...sr. DS
SFC Guzman, 2nd plt. sgt...didn't like me...it was mutual...
SSG Toepfer...Airborne all the way, cool guy, asst. 2nd plt sgt.

me...squad leader 2nd squad...we kicked ***. :chris:

Arondos
01-09-2011, 10:49 PM
1985 Great Lakes Had two Company Commanders. Signalman First class Edwards and an Electrician's Mate named Ziegler.

CJJohn
01-11-2011, 8:48 PM
1982 MCRD Parris Island SC
PLT 3080
Sr DI SSGT O'Keefe
DI Sgt Sweeter (ya, mean SOB)
DI Sgt Marshall ( boxed '76 olympics)

Funny how those names are forever in our memories..........along with the laughs. All time favorite discipline training; Every night after evening chow we would stand at attention; "you ate, it's the bugs turn"....Man I hate sand fleas............

tacticalcity
01-11-2011, 10:04 PM
TSGT McCarthy, SSGT Vickers, SSGT Hayes. McCarthy left for OCS two weeks in, and Vickers the mean bastard that he was gave himself a heart attack two weeks before graduation.

Sniper3142
01-12-2011, 3:58 PM
I went to Parris Island way back in 1985 and I still remember the names of ALL my Drill Instructors.

Platoon 2009

Senior Drill Instructor: Sgt. Mabe ..... (Outstandng Father figure and Teacher)
Sgt. Pody .......... (Knew the answer to just about any USMC related question)
Sgt. Sheilds .......... (A new DI who was a natural. Funny, Fair, but Hard)
Sgt. Strumpler .......... (A real son of a @#$1... but he did know is stuff)

All of them were outstanding Marines in their own way and I don't think there were better Drill Instructors anywhere on the island or the Corps.


USMC
1985 - 1996

247Nino
01-27-2011, 10:39 AM
I feel old haha, im 27,
Company commander, Capt Jasper. Tall azz MOFO, he was like 6-10'?
SDI Sgt Parrot, 2nd hat, Sgt Gombocz, Sgt Mcgwire, and Sgt Cano.
and a few others..

I'm about to be 27 dang, we old or what?
2002 I Co. Plt 3053
Company Commander 1stLT Dahl
SDI GySgt Maloy, SSgt Cano was my greenbelt, I also had SSgt Sanchez and one other DI, can't remember his name but he was funny singing left right left with a twang, the other DIs would laugh and Senior would always correct him.

semperfidelis354
01-27-2011, 3:08 PM
plt 2154
MCRD San Diego

SDI- SSGT Zetina
DI- SGT Favela
DI-SSGT Cervantes
DI-SGT Schepis


Good times when I look back on them, really sucked when I was there though...

biker777
01-27-2011, 3:24 PM
....

CGK60
01-27-2011, 3:54 PM
Took basic at FT Ord Calif 1968 Sergeant Benedick was our Drill Instructor. I don't remember the CO's name.

phrogdrvr
01-28-2011, 7:32 AM
Parris Island '91, Senior Drill Instructor Sgt Cipko, Drill Instructor GySgt Brown, Drill Instructor GySgt Molewski; Platoon 1041, Alpha Company 1st Batalion. Company commander was Captain Puglisi. OCS Quantico '98, Platoon Sgt GySgt Resto, I can't remember the two Sgt Instructor names, I guess my Drill Instructors from PI had a greater impact on me than my OCS Sgt Instructors.

Phrogdrvr Major, USMC

Bob A
01-28-2011, 7:41 AM
I don't remember jack about basic other than lot's o' yelling, running in boots, crappy old WWII barracks and buffing the floor.

It was 1982 and I was in, what we were told was, one of the first OSUT training companies for the Army infantry.

Back then we were issued 2 sets of OD's and 2 sets of the *new* woodland BDU's.

The only standout memory of basic was one of the DI's. A tall, skinny dude, his uniform cracked from the starch and I remember him taking off his boots after long road marches to see his socks covered in blood. He marched in his Corcoran jump boots instead of something better suited to the task. I thought that was simultaneously hardcore and stupid.

I have so many more meaningful memories of life in the service after that this is all I can remember about basic.

olhunter
01-28-2011, 1:42 PM
Oh yeah, I remember. Will never forget.

All Vietnam combat vets.

SDI - SSgt Hanson - Huey door gunner. Exactly like the door gunner guy in Full Metal Jacket. Crazy, sick, sadistic bastard. I learned a lot.
DI - SSgt Huffman - Infantry. Could do pull-ups literally, forever.
DI - SSgt English - Infantry. Huge black guy. Could (and did) pick three of us up (at once) and toss us in the pugil stick pond.

..and no damn running shoes. We got two pairs of boots. And I think we were one of the last classes to wear starched sateens.

I was assigned as a 'buddy' to a guy who had been a Korean Marine. Didn't speak one word of English. Not one. I had to 'interpret' everything for him and teach him what we learned. And no, I didn't speak a single word of Korean. He already knew all of the military stuff, just didn't know what anybody was saying. It was kind of funny, because when he (and I) got yelled at, he would yell 'Yes sir!' (first words he learned) and have no clue why he was getting chewed out. And then me trying to explain to him why we got chewed out was more comedy.

epilepticninja
01-28-2011, 6:25 PM
How many of you can still remember the names of your "Company Commanders", "Drill instructors", or whatever they called them in your branch?

I love this question, because I've heard it discussed amongst the troops more than once. I will meet you, and forget your damn name 10 seconds later. However, after 24 years, I'll never forget the names of my TI's. SSgt Harwell, TSgt Blankenship. Now why is that? That completely boggles my mind but it is such a truism in the military. Do the TI's and DI's really make that much of an impression on us?

jim510
01-28-2011, 6:32 PM
RTC Orlando 1983, Company C098, Petty Officer White and Petty Officer Scott.

jmsenk
01-28-2011, 6:40 PM
Drill Sergeant Miranda
Drill Sergeant Pledger

Ft. Benning, Ga 2-58 Infantry

I also ran into my old Blackhat 1st SGT from Jump School during my last tour in Iraq. I recognised him because of some crazy discontinued combat patch he wore on his right sleeve from Desert Storm. Turns out he was also a Ranger that jumped into Panama. When I asked him why he wore the Infantry Brigade patch (don't recall which one it was) instead of his Ranger scroll, he replied "I only killed one guy in Panama" - Hard Core dude.