Christmas Op order for all you military types!

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  1. Flatheadhunter33

    Flatheadhunter33 New Member

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    14 Dec 08

    From: Commanding Officer
    To: All Marines

    SUBJ: OPERATION ORDER 12-14-08 FOR OFFICIAL VISIT OF LTGEN SANTA CLAUS

    1. An official staff visit by LtGen Claus is expected at your house on 25 Dec 2008. The following directives govern activities of all Young Marines, during the visit is issued.

    a. Not a creature will stir without permission. This includes Warrant Officers and mice. Marines may obtain special stirring permits for necessary administrative action through the Battalion S-1. Officer stirring permits must be obtained through the Deputy Post Plans and Policy Office.

    b. All personnel will settle their brains for a long winter nap NLT 2200 hours, 24 December. Uniform for the nap will be: Pajamas, Cotton, Light Weight, General Purpose, and Cap, Woodland MARPAT pattern, with ear flaps in the extended position. Equipment will be drawn from the supply room prior to 2130. While at supply, all personnel will review their personal hand receipts and sign a Cash Collection Voucher, DD Form 1131, for all missing items. Remember, this is the "season of giving."

    c. Personnel will utilize standard "MRE" ration sugar plums for visions to dance through their heads. Sugar plums are available in "MRE" ration sundry packs and should be eaten with egg loaf, chopped ham, and spice cake to ensure maximum visions are experienced.

    d. Stockings, Wool, Cushion Sole, will be hung by the chimneys with care. Necessary safety precautions will be taken to avoid fires caused by carelessly hung stockings. The Battalion Sergeant Major will submit stocking handling plans to S-3, Training prior to 0800, 24 Dec. All Company GySgt's will ensure their subordinate personnel are briefed on the safety aspects of stocking hanging.

    e. At first sign of clatter, all personnel will spring from their beds to investigate and evaluate the cause. Immediate action will be taken to tear open the shutters and throw up the window sashes. On order OPLAN 7-98 (North Pole), Par 6-8 (c) (3), dated 4 March. This office, takes effect to facilitate shutter tearing and sash throwing. SNCOs and NCOs will be familiar with procedures and are responsible for seeing that no shutters are torn or sashes thrown in house prior to the start of official clatter.

    f. Prior to 0001, date of visit, all personnel possessing Standard Target Acquisition and Night Observation (STANO) equipment will be assigned "wandering eyeball" stations. The Company GySgt will ensure that these stations are adequately manned even after shutters are torn and sashes are thrown.

    g. The Battalion S-4, in coordination with the National Security Agency and the Motor Pool will assign one each Sleigh, Miniature, M-24 and eight reindeer, tiny, flying for use by LtGen Claus. The assigned driver must have a current sleigh operator's license with roof top permit and evidence of attendance at the winter driving class stamped on his DA Form 348. Driver must also be able to clearly shout "On Donner, On Dancer, etc."

    2. LtGen Claus will initially enter house through the Company Office. All houses without chimneys will draw Chimney Simulator, M6A2 for use during the visit. Draw chimney simulator on DA Form 2765-1 which will be submitted in four copies to the S-4 prior to 23 Dec. Personnel will ensure that chimneys are properly cleaned before turn-in at the conclusion of visit.

    3. All SNCOs and NCOs will be rehearsed in the shouting of "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year" or "Merry Christmas to all, and To All a Good Night." This shout will be given upon termination of the visit. Uniformity of shouting is the responsibility of each Company GySgt.

    4. Semper Fidelis,



    U. B. GOODE