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Old 12-30-2012, 5:34 PM
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Default My "HOOAH" counter story...

So I did an individual augmentee deployment - take Navy, Air Force members and deploy them with / for the US Army.

We are doing pre-deployment work up and I am about ready to set myself on fire and put out the flames with a hammer by day three due to excessive HOOAH usage.

So I "acquired" one of the silver clicker-counter devices the chow hall DFAC lady used to count patrons with. I clicked the SOB every single time "Sergeant First Class HOOAH" said HOOAH during our lecture and class on SINGCARS radios.

179 utilizations of HOOAH between 0800 and 1100 chow break. In retrospect, it was quite hysterical.

Granted, I have counted MORE utilizations and variations of the "F" word by my Marines (Infantry) in a shorter class. "F" words are nouns, pro-nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.

These are the things I enjoy so much about all these various gun clubs. Small cultural nuances that my family will never understand. LOL
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doc, hooah is the armys version of ooorah.
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doc, hooah is the armys version of ooorah.

Yes but Marines don't start and end every sentence with "ooorah". I've worked with certain hooah units over the years and hearing that word in every sentence is akin to pouring acid in my ears.
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Yeah I did an IA in 2008 and I was damn about to off myself after 1 week
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I understand the Army vernacular quite well. I was just reflecting upon how now, in retrospect I can laugh. Yet agreed - it was akin to acid in my ears...

But seriously - Marine 03s saying "F" bombs or Army & Hooah... I wonder which is more prolific?

Personal bias aside, at least F bomb variations can be EXTREMELY creative and entertaining, bordering on creative genius.
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Hey not all of the Army says that goofy "word." Where I work it is only used jokingly.
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The best part is in the beginning of the IA is the first time they say hooooah and expect a response from the sailors......que the crickets as everyone just looks at each other in that awkward moment.
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My unit's current SGM is the hooah master lol. I swear he starts, ends, and every other word is hooah! Comedy
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I know one thing for sure. Be an outsider and say something bad about DOC in front of his charges and see how fast your butt is handed to you.

The best feeling in the world is being headed for the fight and knowing your DOC is the best.

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Yes but Marines don't start and end every sentence with "ooorah". I've worked with certain hooah units over the years and hearing that word in every sentence is akin to pouring acid in my ears.
yeah it is very annoying.
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Hey Doc.... The whole F@$king Marine Corps uses the mother F@$king "F" word all the F@$king time. Not just the F@$king grunts. Ooh-rah..... Lo (f@$king) l
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Hoooooooooaaaaahhhhhh!!!!
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I actually like the hooah bars - they help form a large, fibrous mass in the colon thus allowing for evac of MRE constipation. It is actually quite simple:

1) Hydrate
2) Consume HOOAH bar, or comparable
3) Consume 10-15 MRE instant coffee packets, boiled field coffee or comparable
4) Poop, violently - copious poop to be exact.

True story. One time, I figured, I'd just have a HOOAH bar and a strong "coffee"... Shortly thereafter, I made the biggest poop of my entire adult life. It was like a tyrannosaurus rex pooped into that port-a-john...

HA HA HA HA
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Heard, Understood, Acknowledged. The only ones that really use that in the Air Force are the comm. troops (combat comm, TACP, JTAC, etc.) I worked in all sorts of units during my 24 years, but comm peeps were the only ones I ever heard use it, and then it was sparingly.

Now that I'm working with the Marines at Pendleton, I've been indoctrinated to "good to go." I attended a briefing recently where the presenter ended every single sentence with "gtg." It was cracking me up.
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You trackin'... haha I had an Instructor who ends every sentence with that.
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"Stay in your lane soldier" - HA HA HA

Occasionally, at my old fire department, I would use mil-issue radio terms & jargon. My Captain would respond on the radio, laughing to point of tears.

"interogative"
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That stopped when the Chief yelled "God damnit this isn't 'The Nam' so stop using that nonsense on my radios"!

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Just start calling everyone shipmate hahaha
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^ YES!!! HA HA HA

I work with a colleague at the FD that loathed his time in the Army.

I purposefully call him "battle buddie" and use Army jargon everyday... BAHAHAHAHA
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No one in my batt uses that word , if we do use it strictly for the purpose of trying to get smoked. Yes we do get that bored


id rather hear hoooaahhh over Trackin anyday .... i had to assist in teaching a CLS class a month ago and between 0900-1130 the instructor had used the word tracking close to 300 times :
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I did my MOS school at Ft. Leonardwood Mo. in the mid 90's and this is the way I heard it. Hooah comes from when soldiers found out they were getting drafted or shipped out to fight they exclaimed, "Who us!? Who us!?" Hooah. Oohrah for us never really got old because it rarely came out a generic "oorah". Every devil dog had his own twist to it. Mine came out more like, "Aaaurrah!" or just "errrh". To me the Army dogs always sounded like they just finished a joke when they said hooah! I had a great time there though. Great chow and women.
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I did my MOS school at Ft. Leonardwood Mo. in the mid 90's and this is the way I heard it. Hooah comes from when soldiers found out they were getting drafted or shipped out to fight they exclaimed, "Who us!? Who us!?" Hooah. Oohrah for us never really got old because it rarely came out a generic "oorah". Every devil dog had his own twist to it. Mine came out more like, "Aaaurrah!" or just "errrh". To me the Army dogs always sounded like they just finished a joke when they said hooah! I had a great time there though. Great chow and women.

Ive always been told its a response and an acronym.. HUA , Heard Understand and Acknowledged ... but when de motived privates drag it out it sounds more like hooooaaahhhhhh
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Only POGs say hooah, at least when I was in. Occasionally someone would get bored during the weekend safety briefs and blurt out a ridiculous "hooah" which would prompt the 1SG to **** them up lol.

One of the other team leaders in my platoon used to say "oorah, master chief!" during battalion formations. Cracked me up every time.
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Reminds me of the Monty Python skit:

We hum are hum the hum men hum who hum say hum hum hum after hum every hum word hum!

We hooah are hooah the hooah men hooah who hooah say hooah hooah hooah after hooah every hooah word hooah!
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I counted a Marine 1sgt use **** 78 times in a 45 min brief.
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I counted a Marine 1sgt use **** 78 times in a 45 min brief.
He must have been in a good mood.
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That has to get annoying. Is this the kind of individual augmentee deployment where you cross dress into their uniform too? Or your regular Navy clothes/ Marine marpat stuff?
Every time I see a corpsman I used to know wearing Army utilities it makes me think they reinlisted in the Army.
I think corpsman get passed around to other branches of service more than any other rate. Too bad it rarely ever goes the other way around.
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If Corpsmen IAs with an Army unit, they where their ( Army) cammies, same goes with the IAs to the Marines.
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Only POGs say hooah, at least when I was in. Occasionally someone would get bored during the weekend safety briefs and blurt out a ridiculous "hooah" which would prompt the 1SG to **** them up lol.

One of the other team leaders in my platoon used to say "oorah, master chief!" during battalion formations. Cracked me up every time.
This, the only time we used Hooah was as a smart-*** response to "top".
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We used to say hooah instead of oorah to see what kind of response we'd get. As a young Lance Criminal I said hooah to a Master Guns. What a mistake that was....
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Yeah, my unit never used hooah and it was generally accepted that only POG's used the term. I'll never forgot the first time we conducted training with one of the POG units and a chorus of "HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH" cackled from 60 + female "soldiers".

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Army.......Hoooaaah
Navy.......Hooyaa
Marine Corps...Oooraaah


Air Force.........Hi-Ya (waving hand to ensure clear communication)
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Navy.......Hooyaa
Marine Corps...Oooraaah


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I've noticed that the HOOHA to normal speech ratio is most often inversely proportional to the IQ of the HOOHA user.

Give more than a couple of HOOAH's and you'll likely get a BOHICA in response.
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I understand the Army vernacular quite well. I was just reflecting upon how now, in retrospect I can laugh. Yet agreed - it was akin to acid in my ears...

But seriously - Marine 03s saying "F" bombs or Army & Hooah... I wonder which is more prolific?

Personal bias aside, at least F bomb variations can be EXTREMELY creative and entertaining, bordering on creative genius.

The word hooah is used mockingly in infantry units. The non combat units use hooah more seriously, at least what I have seen(same exp as yours, briefs by non infantry units and the excessive use). F word is more universal in the infantry world. So comparing marine infantry to army as a whole is apples to oranges. But this is heading towards a dick measuring contest, which everyone knows those who speak loudest fall shortest.
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"HUA" would be the AF way to say it. However, it can be used as a response to anything.

How's everybody doing? HUA!
Do you understand, Airman? HUA!
I need you to go here. HUA!
Air Power! HUUUUUAAAAAA! (with crescendo)

Not much sense to be made. I had a squad leader that was a former Marine. He used to say a quick version of "oorah", which sounded like "rup".

HUA became annoying early in my career, so my answer was usually "Hoorah". Or, if I'm feeling jovial: "Ha-Zah". That last one usually gets a short, awkward silence.
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You tracking? Tracking. Tracking. You tracking? Tracking. You tracking?
Roger. . .
moving out on burst. . .
Hua. . .
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