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Old 8 October 2020, 18:15
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question on skull and crossed rifles

When I went to SS course in 81 on our graduation announcements they had the skull with the bullet hole in the head and the crossed M4A1s. When I was at the 2ed MarDiv school they had the same on the wall of the schoolhouse. When did we adopt this as an unofficial logo. It predates me so maybe Gooch can chime in lol or some older SS members here just trying to figure out where it started and by whom.
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Old 8 October 2020, 18:21
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the crossed M4A1s.
You mean M40A1's.

No idea where or when it started, but it was around in 79.
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Old 8 October 2020, 18:52
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yea it was a typo dog hit my arm lol
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Old 13 October 2020, 09:44
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Did it have "Face shoot the fuckers" on it above the bullet hole?
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Old 13 October 2020, 19:47
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not the ones that I have seen. Usually it was death from afar or one shot one kill
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