What does POG mean in the military


You might have heard the term POG in the military and want to know what it means. Thats what ill be explaining in this 2 minute video.

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34 Comments
  • Wherecar 54
    Posted at 21:06h, 15 October

    I was honorably discharged from US Army in 1978. I never heard soldiers using POG. We used FIGMO, and FUBAR all the time. I remember in AIT some guy wasn’t going to formation and I asked him why and he told me he was FIGMO. I asked him what was that and he looked at me incredulously and told me what it meant, and I never forgot it going forward…

  • I am Jason
    Posted at 22:09h, 15 October

    I remember you explaining this to me on your livestream

  • Poaggy Sapper
    Posted at 22:13h, 15 October

    Hell yeah! First to chow! Hooah !

  • Tom Burgess
    Posted at 22:14h, 15 October

    Same in the Marines

  • Jesse U
    Posted at 22:48h, 15 October

    Notification platoon

  • Leland Gaunt
    Posted at 23:18h, 15 October

    It’s cardboard currency used overseas πŸ€ͺ

  • Adrian Robles
    Posted at 23:34h, 15 October

    This is pogey

  • BANG BANG BANANAPANTS BANANA-PANTS
    Posted at 23:59h, 15 October

    That's an OLD saying that dates back to Vietnam!
    πŸ‘‹πŸ˜†πŸ‘Œ

  • Shotgun Mickey
    Posted at 00:40h, 16 October

    Personal favorite is yelling OPSEC POG and only military people know what I meant

  • old reliable
    Posted at 00:57h, 16 October

    as and old 94b i was called a "spoon" but i had grunts tell me they did'nt want my job!!! but when they got hot chow inda field in alaska they did' nt complain!!!

  • Ross Parlette
    Posted at 01:17h, 16 October

    I was a 98C, Traffic Analyst. In Vietnam I was in a Radio Research Unit, or RRU. Once I was asked what RRU stood for. I said it was a Ranger Recon Unit. We'd go into an area before the rangers and make sure they would be OK there.

    This was a joke.

  • SHRAPNEL DISTRIBUTOR
    Posted at 03:14h, 16 October

    can we get some poggers in the chat

  • TogetherForeverOct09
    Posted at 05:41h, 16 October

    My husband was an 11B Mountain qualified infantry…part of the 10th Mountain division.
    He is currently at AIT re-classing to be a β€œPOG” if you will lol! He says he’s always an Infantryman at heart though. Haha

  • Brandon Franklin
    Posted at 09:31h, 16 October

    Do a video on the term LEG

  • Scooby Dont
    Posted at 10:30h, 16 October

    A truck driver?!?! You POG!!!

  • Ted Cantrill
    Posted at 13:20h, 16 October

    Infantry or combat medic every one else is a pog

  • ToledoPitbull
    Posted at 13:29h, 16 October

    I don't want to be a grunt anyway! 19D Leads the way!

  • c431inf 11b
    Posted at 15:54h, 16 October

    Definition of pog explained by a pog πŸ€” , love the vids ya fuckin pog πŸ–•πŸ˜ƒπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

  • 11C Godwin
    Posted at 16:44h, 16 October

    Ahaha POGs! Infantry for life!! Just kidding, everyone in the army has a purpose and I only call my buddies a pog for fun

  • Robert Smith
    Posted at 16:51h, 16 October

    What do you call infantry that never deployed?

  • Predset
    Posted at 16:56h, 16 October

    To many POGS πŸ˜‚

  • Danny Boy
    Posted at 16:59h, 16 October

    Does a "pog" and a none "pog" get paid the same? I heard grunts only do inventories and do lots of janitorial and landscaping stuff during peace time.

  • Snapper314
    Posted at 17:37h, 16 October

    Better a POG then a REMF.

  • Moldy apple123
    Posted at 17:40h, 16 October

    Random question as I don’t know much. Are the 75 Rangers highly trained? Are they highly respected.

  • Billy Joe
    Posted at 17:42h, 16 October

    Infantry and Combat Engineers everyone else are POGs

  • terry waller
    Posted at 19:04h, 16 October

    We called them REMF's, rear echelon mother f*.
    When I was a infantry assistant ops Sgt, I had a sign on my desk, REMF and proud of it!
    Military is too political incorrect.

  • usmc 03retired
    Posted at 21:44h, 16 October

    Lol freakin people, if your not in the infantry your a pog, infantrymen are grunts, pogs don't like being called pogs and it's mainly because in the corps grunts hate most pogs, there are some good marines that are pogs but they are usually in a completely different marine corps than the infantry, every time I was ever attached to a pog unit I usually lost my mind, they have no discipline, no respect for rank, they're usually playing grab ass with female marines" there are no females in the grunts", they complain a lot, the leadership is always trying to be friends with their subordinates, it's more like college than the marine corps, some pogs are more pog than others, if they are ground combat forces like tankers they arnt as bad. In the grunts it's like living a barbaric life, we compare it to being on the yard at San Quentin if you show weakness your gonna get ate up, we talk shit to each other non stop and if somebody says let's take a walk over the burm or behind the barracks you go and try and get the 1st punch in, most of the time we're sleeping in the dirt or fighting holes luxury is a cot, we live off of mre's talk about screwing women constantly, we cuss a lot, hit ports around the world and screw hookers and to strip clubs and drink for days at a time then when we are sent to a combat zone they throw us right into a hornets nest of bad guys and tell us to do our job "kill bad guys" and we do it proudly together as a team with our brothers" and we fight and die together" there's nothing else in the world that has the comradery like the infantry, hardship and struggle brings men together, pogs will never know this kind of comradery.

  • Eric Truong
    Posted at 22:20h, 16 October

    I think of PAWG, phat ass white girl

  • Tuna Sub
    Posted at 22:38h, 16 October

    So being a JAG is a POG ?

  • Дядя ЀСдя
    Posted at 23:00h, 16 October

    Been prior infantry, I am glad that I switched my MOS to POG

  • evanfoster27
    Posted at 23:56h, 16 October

    Hmm no dislikes πŸ€” I SHALL BE THE FIRST!

    Jk

  • Shelton Poteat
    Posted at 14:48h, 17 October

    If you have to ask, then you must be one.

  • Planet Nine
    Posted at 00:24h, 19 October

    I'm old (Viet Nam era) and thought it meant homosexual. Hearing it in more modern times made me wonder if it had different meanings. Thanks for clearing it up.

  • ReJoyce Dotson
    Posted at 00:27h, 21 October

    I've heard it used in a demeaning way to mean "an uneducated person who's not a grunt."