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Richard 08-17-2012 07:51

Why Team Sergeants Yell
 
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Latest survey results (attchd pdf*) - no surprises. ;)

And so it goes...

Richard
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glebo 08-17-2012 08:04

Hmm, I don't think I ever had to yell...well, one time when a tm ldr of mine did something stupid...:eek:

longrange1947 08-17-2012 08:57

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Originally Posted by glebo (Post 463641)
Hmm, I don't think I ever had to yell...well, one time when a tm ldr of mine did something stupid...:eek:

I'm with you, I think that the quiet, "Don't you think that was rather dumb" comment went further. :D

Snaquebite 08-17-2012 09:14

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Originally Posted by glebo (Post 463641)
Hmm, I don't think I ever had to yell...well, one time when a tm ldr of mine did something stupid...:eek:

Me either...They were usually gone before it got to that point. :D

BMT (RIP) 08-17-2012 10:26

Our Launch Site CO once ask me did I ever raise my voice.
Once I did light up a young buck sgt's ass!
He ask me to please not do it again as I had scared the shit out of everyone.

BMT

Dusty 08-17-2012 10:45

I felt like yelling at this Team Leader I got saddled with we'll refer to as "Captain Rigamarole", but I was too bewildered and flabbergasted by his ridiculous antics and unreal thought processes to do anything but shake my head and drink every beer I could get my hands on.

What a freaking nightmare that guy was.

longrange1947 08-17-2012 10:49

Now I was known to yell at non-SF guys that screwed s**t up a time or two. :munchin

18C4V 08-17-2012 11:24

I'm not a yeller but I've been known to tell everyone to leave the room while I talk to my T.L. I've always used the "I expected better from you" or "You let me, down. I'm disappointed in your actions" approach. It's working for me.

charlietwo 08-17-2012 11:33

Thats Hilarious
 
Great thread. I miss having a Team Daddy to look to!

Destrier 08-17-2012 11:48

Walked into SGM's Pete Holmbergs Office, at Devens, he did his welcome to the company, tell me who you are, etc.

Then he flipped one of those full desk sized calendars back a month and pointed to a fine rendition of Ted Berg, in flaming red pen, (he was a red head also) however what caught my attention was the four day size of Berg's mouth as he screamed at ... a very small individual.

That is your Team Sergeant, ODA 053, good luck.

Mike792 09-21-2012 04:35

TM SGTS
 
Had great TM SGTS. Not one ever yelled at anyone. (Right Rick?)
But when the TM SGTS uses the quote: "This isn't a fucking Democracy" You knew he was pissed. :D

MR2 09-21-2012 04:41

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Originally Posted by Mike792 (Post 468361)
But when the TM SGTS uses the quote: "This isn't a fucking Democracy" You knew he was pissed. :D

And woe flowed across the land causing the detachment to exfil the team room two-by-two...

SF_BHT 09-21-2012 05:08

Never yelled at my team as a TS but yelled a lot before......

As a TS I did yell at others outside the team...... Never had to yell at the team but they knew when I was pissed and they would scatter.

Ret10Echo 09-21-2012 05:18

No yelling, but I recall a certain amount of "glaring" would cause a chain-reaction of activity.

We're not talking just blank stare here....this is freakin' laser beams. :eek:

Never had a team-daddy that yelled other than in high-noise environments.

Sdiver 09-21-2012 21:56

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I can't violate HIPPA laws, but I can say, that there is a certain part of anatomy belonging to a Team Sergeant in this picture.

:eek:


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