Question for the vets


#1

Do you remember the pancho liner? The blanket we call a “woobie”?


#2

Taking that as a no… lol

Anywase, there’s a company that makes “woobie” hoodies and my Commander authorized them for wear of uniform while in the field. :sunglasses:

https://perseverancesurvival.com/bags/woodland-hoodie-wlmdy


#3

Here’s the version that might trigger some memories
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#4

From my marine core seal days.


#5

“They” seem to be sold out of most of their stuff.

strange.


#6

It’s an active duty mil dudes side hustle.


#7

Never heard of it


#8

Must be a post Korea thing.


#9

It’s the pussies need a liner thing


#10

Says the pog :wink:


#11

Not everyone can be a hardcore, red-blooded meat eater.


#12

How you gonna talk down about yourself like that.


#13

Take away all the pogs and see what the fuck happens

I thot you was a team player - I guess not- jus another mindless brainwashed robot


#14

The role of everyone that isn’t Infantry, is to support the Infantry.

Thanks for your support.


#15

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#16

@Billdo I don’t think anyone here objects to transgender in the mil.


#17

Sorry I’m late. Poncho is spelled with 2 O’s.

I do remember the liner. Since I spent most of my time in Nam in the central highlands, we had many cool nights PLUS mosquitos. So the liner was important. I probably slept under it or on it, I’d guess 320 nights out of the 378,.

Of course, adding a hoodie to it would really fuck that up so I’m surprised nobody’s thought of it until now.


#18

My guess is post GWOT millenialism + entrepreneurism sparked some creativity. Plus Combat Arms getting approval to wear in the field helps, of course.


#19

Adding a hoodie = creativity

SMH


#20

12th century