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Similar to "high and off to the right," which is the military equivalent of "out of left field" — a personality type gone crazy, or an idea that no one saw coming.
"Nut to Butt" Very literally, put your nuts on the butt in front of you — said specifically when space is tight or when a situation dictates close proximity of many bodies.
"Days and a wake-up" A "wake-up" refers to the last day you will be some place (generally while deployed).
So, if a servicemember is getting ready for bed on a Sunday, and flying out on a Friday, he'll say "four days and a wake-up." A "drug deal" When personnel or materiel are obtained through unofficial channels.
"Lance corporal underground" Another Corps-specific phrase. Refers to the somewhat ill-informed, ubiquitous network of junior Marines.
Aside from the way uniformed folks seem to speak in acronyms — "I was on the FOB when the IDF hit, so I radioed the TOC" — there's also a series of commonly used phrases which deserve some attention.
"No impact, no idea" If a shooter on the range is so far off target that spotters don't see an impact.
Used loosely to mean that the speaker doesn't understand an idea, or that someone is totally clueless.
"15 minutes prior to 15 minutes prior" Military people are taught that they must show up to everything (especially an official formation) at least 15 minutes early.
The 15 minutes to 15 minutes arises as the order filters down through the ranks.