Where'd you get your username?

Discussion in 'Hypertrophy-Specific Training (HST)' started by Bryan Haycock, Nov 25, 2003.

  1. Rooster81

    Rooster81 New Member

    I was born in the year of the rooster and the Alice in Chains song, Rooster, fits me to almost a tee.
  2. grunt11

    grunt11 New Member

    Grunt was my Hash name in the Wellington Hash House Harriers because I was a Marine Embassy Guard while stationed there. I added 11 with is actually “one-one” or 1stBn 1stMar my original unit in the Corps because someone else already had "Grunt".
  3. Greenlantern11B

    Greenlantern11B New Member

    always liked the green lantern as a kid... especially the jl/jlu one. 11b is my mos.
  4. TunnelRat

    TunnelRat Active Member

    I thought the Army changed the MOS designation system in the 1980's.

    I initially trained as 11b, but did my combat time as 1542 -- Non-Electric-Pop-Up-Target...
  5. Greenlantern11B

    Greenlantern11B New Member

    only the navy/coast guard/marines use 4 numbers I believe... no idea what a 1542 is.

    I joined as an 11x-Infantry Recruit
    Graduated and was assigned 11B-Infantryman
    There's also 11C-Mortarman

    There use to be 11M-Mechanized infantry
    11H-Heavy Infantry(Delta Companys)
    11B's just do their job.
  6. grunt11

    grunt11 New Member

    A 1542 was an army infantry officer at least from WWII through Vietnam AFAIR. Not sure if they are still using it now.
  7. TunnelRat

    TunnelRat Active Member

    Vietnam-era MOS Codes

    00F Drill Sergeant
    00G Target Aircraft Crewman
    00Z Command Sergeant Major
    05B Radio Operator
    05E Voice-Radio Operator
    0600 Motor Officer
    061C "Airplane Pilot, Multi-engine"
    062B "Helicopter Pilot, Utility and Light Cargo Single Rotor"
    062C "Helicopter Pilot, Utility and Light Cargo Tandem Rotor"
    062D "Helicopter Pilot, Medium Transport"
    09B Basic Trainee
    09C Basic Trainee
    09D College Trainee
    09S Commissioned Officer Candidate
    09W Warrant Officer Candidate
    100B Utility/Observation Helicopter Pilot
    100C Cargo Helicopter Pilot
    100D Heavy Lift Helicopter Pilot
    100E Attack Helicopter Pilot
    100F "Pilot, OH-6"
    100G "Pilot, OH-58"
    100P "Pilot, U-8"
    100Q Combat Service/Support Fixed Wing Pilot
    100R Combat Surveillance Fixed Wing Pilot
    101B "Fixed Wing Pilot, Single Engine"
    101C "Fixed Wing Pilot, Multi-engine"
    101D "Fixed Wing Pilot, Surveillance Aircraft"
    102A Rotary and Fixed Wing Pilot
    1154 Field Artillery Target Acquisition Officer
    1183 Reconnaissance & Survey Officer
    1193 Field Artillery Unit Commander
    11B Infantryman
    11C Indirect Fire Infantryman
    11D Armor Reconnaissance Specialist
    11E Armor Crewman
    11F Infantry Operations And Intelligence Specialist
    11G Infantry Senior Sergeant
    11H Infantry Direct Fire Crewman
    11Z Infantry Senior Sergeant
    1203 Tank Unit Commander
    1204 Armored Reconnaissance Unit Commander
    1210 Armored Combat Command Commander
    12A Pioneer
    12B Combat Engineer
    12C Bridge Crewman
    12D Combat Engineer Operation And Intelligence NCO
    12F Combat Engineer Tracked Vehicle Crewman
    12Z Combat Engineer Senior Sergeant
    1328 Engineer Construction Unit Commander
    1330 Armored Engineer Unit Commander
    1331 Combat Engineer Unit Commander
    13A Field Artillery Basic
    13B Cannon Crewmember
    13C Heavy Field Artillery Crewman
    13D Field Artillery Rocket Crewman
    13E Cannon Fire Direction Specialist
    13F Automatic Weapons Crewman
    13Z Field Artillery Senior Sergeant
    1415 Chemical Combat Support Unit Commander
    1542 Infantry Unit Commander -- Non-Electric-Pop-Up-Target
    1543 Infantry Heavy Mortar Unit Commander
    1560 Infantry Unit Commander (Mechanized)
  8. Greenlantern11B

    Greenlantern11B New Member

    oh.. i forgot about 11z lol 1sg and up.

    But infantry officer is 11a now.
  9. berserkerzx

    berserkerzx New Member

    Kama Sutra??
  10. kratoz

    kratoz New Member

    Got it from the game God of War.:)
  11. kehabouter

    kehabouter New Member

    First name kevin, last name starts with HA - since im small, i was named as a gnome which in my language is a kabouter. ke-ha-bouter :)
  12. ExCompetitor

    ExCompetitor New Member

    I still train but no longer compete,hence the name EX Competitor !
  13. Chavoworking

    Chavoworking New Member

    Nickname in spanish, the working is for working towards a goal. :)
  14. Kitavan

    Kitavan New Member

    Kitavans are an isolated group living on a island off Papua New Guinea where the Western/ neolithic diet has hardly penetrated. Many live well into their 90's and heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure are unknown. I have been following the so-called Pacific Islands Diet for some time; for my HST program I am adjusting the calories and macro ratios to that recommended by Bryan Haycock.
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2012
  15. Numaios

    Numaios New Member

    I know well the story of Kitavans and Lindeberg study, it is amazing, they are free of westerns disease even though most of them are smokers. Their diet is high in carbs. I am trying to follow their diet too, but there is not good availability of tubers and roots in my country.

    Btw, good luck with HST!!
  16. Nosaj

    Nosaj New Member

    My first name is Jason - wish I had though of something more original now
  17. Widgeteye

    Widgeteye New Member

    I can make my right eye move like a mechanical eye, looking singularly in any direction. Like a widget. :)
  18. ThatWasAForwardPass

    ThatWasAForwardPass New Member

    Any Bills or Titans fan knows where I got mine!! That was a Forward Pass I tell ya!!!!
  19. sprinter91

    sprinter91 New Member

    Sprinter since I love to sprint and 91 year of birth haha
  20. ThatWasAForwardPass

    ThatWasAForwardPass New Member

    eh: response given when complicated answers are required.

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