reasons not to lock a truck inside the motorpool

Did he say why he wanted you all to start locking the vehicles in the motorpool? Not that he has to, that's one of the perks of being the SGM, lol. As to delta's comment about a fire, I don't think it matters if the vehicles are locked or not, I know I'm not running into a fire to save a vehicle, that's what they pay fire fighters to do.
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Originally posted by Smittaayy:
At every motor pool I've always been too, we locked all the steering wheels with a cable and a pad lock, and you better believe we didn't have access to the keys. It was a hassle just to find them on motor pool Mondays.


we did the same thing at my old unit in the 82nd.
I guess I got the message all mixed up. I meant in the bays of the motorpool. Not the actual fenced in area. And yeah by SOP you had to lock all steering wheels of the vehicles. Glad we can clarify this misunderstanding. I guess me being a mechanic to much carbon monoxide.
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Originally posted by KingofMinot2:
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Originally posted by AutobahnSHO:
hahaahah

Good job finding an answer- to a 3yr old post. ;-)

Good info for my toolbox though.


PWNED


LOL

I'd never looked at the Ornance section before and didn't pay attention...

Joke's on me. :-)
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Originally posted by KingofMinot2:
I was just joking around. I see that people post that stuff on the other sites I go to. I don't know what pwned means but it's always funny.


It's "OWNED" spelled geekwise. Supposedly people were playing online and someone misspelled, and it spread from there...
Yeah the whole PWNED thing came from the Geek leet speak online community. Other ones are Pr0n for (porn) or l33t for LEET. Essentially internet crazies.
1337 15 n07 4 c0mm0n 1n73rn37 5p34k 4m0n9 r34l h4XoЯ5
English rendering: Leet is not a common internet speak among real hackers.
I Wiki'ed that last part for ya. As for the 75 year old post here.............ahh the dude probably ETS'ed by now.

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