Military Mottos – Unofficial

Funny “unofficial” Military Mottos
These “mottos” are NOT meant to offend anyone.
They are just jokes…

“The last to know and the first to be blamed”
– Communications Division

– Signal Corps

“The best care anywhere”
– 4077 MASH (TV show)

“Nothing happens until something moves”
– US Army Transportation Center.

“You have to go out out. You don’t have to come back.”

“Support Search and Rescue, get lost”

“When you have a Target that has to be Suppressed, Neutralized or Destroyed – Right Now!”
“You Yell, We Shell”
– Unofficial Motto – Fire Support Element, 40th ID (M)

“You didn’t see me, I wasn’t there, and I’m not here now!”
– U.S. Navy Communication Technicians (spooks)

“What are they gonna do? Send us home?”
– 6th Communication Battalion

“Without Weapons, It’s just another airline.”
– USAF Weapons, Air Force Weapons troops are known as Load Toads

“We may not be the ‘Pride of the Air Force,’ but without us; the Pride don’t Ride!”
“No Excuses! No Second Chances! If being a Vehicle Operator was fun, everyone would want to be one!”
“You’re not ‘Miss Daisy;’ so don’t call me ‘driver.'”
“They have taught monkey’s to fly, but they never taught them to drive!”
“Nothing happens until something moves!”
– USAF Vehicle Ops, Air Force Vehicle Ops troops are known as Roadwarriors

“Box Kickers & Label Stickers.”
– USAF Supply


“You can talk about us, but you can’t talk without us!”
“No Comm, no Bomb!”
– 37th Communications Squadron, Lackland Air Force Base Texas

“The US Coast Guard has done so much with so little for so long, that We can do everything with nothing, forever.”
– US Coast Guard

“Drive it like you stole it”
– Transport Units

“It takes a college education to fly it but a high school education to fix it!”
– Army Aviation

“What are they going to do, send me to the field?  I am in the field”

– SP4 Fast Freddy

4 thoughts on “Military Mottos – Unofficial

  1. I was involved in the Feb 16, 1967 battle when our company C went to the aid of A company in Kontum. I was shot and wounded while trying to pull our Co. Cpommander Capt McManus out of the line of fire. He died from his wounds, this was his first time out with us. I laid in the jungle for 14 hours expecting to get overran before a hovering Chinuck pulled me out as I was the last of the 32 wounded to get out of there. Spent 3 months in Hawaii in the Hospital and spent my last year and a half training troops in Ft. Knox, left the army after 3 years as a Staff Sgt. Have not been too successful reaching buddies and the ones I have reached don’t want to talk a bout Vietnam and don’t want to talk to me, I guess they did not recoer as well as I did.


  2. Rough tough hard core, Charlie company wants more. Hit em hard, hit em fast. Charlie company always lasts


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