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Hooyah!

Richard G. Nickelson

Hooyah!

UDT/SEAL stories of the 1960s : routine and offbeat exploits that team members have been talking and laughing about for years

by Richard G. Nickelson

  • 350 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Eagle Editions in Westminster, Md .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Navy. -- SEALs -- History,
  • United States. -- Navy. -- Underwater Demolition Teams -- History,
  • United States. -- Navy -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUDT/SEAL stories of the 1960s
    StatementRichard G. "Nick" Nickelson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVG87 .N53 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 277 p. :
    Number of Pages277
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17890038M
    ISBN 100788442503
    LC Control Number2006281648
    OCLC/WorldCa123076838

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HOOYAH. UDT/ SEAL Stories of the 's (Second Edition) is a compilation of 43 stories illustrated with 22 photographs, written by UDT/ SEAL operator Richard G. “Nick” new Second Edition of HOOYAH. includes many new stories plus all the stories from the First Edition. Most of the stories relate to West Coast BUDS Training and Class Each book is unique.

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So many choices. With every book order, you design the hero and create the whole. Hooyah may have originated with the Underwater Demolition Teams (UDT) of World War 2. One of the first UDT teams. Source: It was actually originally pronounced “Ooyah,” as in an affirmative “Ohhh yeeeaahh!” in response to an order from a Master Chief or other ranked individual.

I spent 8 years in the Army Infantry with a combat tour in Afghanistan where we took over for the 1st of the 3rd Marines there. The sayings Hooyah, Hoorah, Oorah, HURA and a few other variations are all battle cry's in origin but also and more oft.

Navy says Hooyah. Army says Hooah. 2 0. Anonymous. 9 years ago. Marines say Hoorah, pronounced Oorah. Army and Airforce say Hooah/HUA. Special Ops and some of the Navy say Hooyah. Source(s): US Army Scout US Air Force Vet.

1 0. Bob J. 5 years ago. cathulu21 speaks of what they know not. OORAH is Marine Corps, Hooah is Army. Hooyah is the battle cry used in the United States Navy and the United States Coast Guard to build morale and signify verbal acknowledgment.

It is comparable to Oorah in the United States Marine Corps and Hooah in the United States United States Air Force use HUA (pronounced similar to the Army's Hooah) it is an acronym for Heard, Understood, or Acknowledged.

hooyah definition: 1. an exclamation used to express approval, agreement or encouragement, especially by Navy SEALs. Learn more. Hooah / ˈ h uː ɑː / is a battle cry used by soldiers in the U.S.

Army and airmen in the U.S. Air Force. Originally spelled "Hough", the battle cry was first used by members of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment during the Second Seminole War inafter Seminole chief Coacoochee toasted officers of the regiment with a loud "Hough!", apparently a corruption of "How d'ye do!".

The battle cry for sea air land specwarriors, aka NAVY SEALS. An affirmative acknowledgment as in: I understand, HELL YEAH, Yes Sir, No Problem. Buy Hooyah. Udt/Seal, Stories of the s: Routine and Offbeat Exploits That Team Members Have Been Talking and Laughing about for Years.

Some Are Humorous and Some Are Not. Second Edition by Richard G Nickellson online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Outside specific Naval communities, such as the SEALs, where “hooyah” is the thing to say, the Navy has never really had a call of their own.

Books shelved as hookah: Warriors: Portraits from the Battlefield by Max Hastings, The Cold War: A World History by Odd Arne Westad, In Mortal Combat: Ko. Oorah is a battle cry common in the United States Marine Corps since the midth century.

It is comparable to Hooah in the United States Army and the United States Air Force, and Hooyah in the United States Navy and the United States Coast Guard. Proudly serving military apps to you (wherever you might find yourself). Freedom is not free, so be sure to thank the heroes who defend it.

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A US navy battle cry, “Hooyah” first appeared in relation to the search for the 12 trapped boys and their football coach on 28 June, five days after they were reported missing by their parents.

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"Hooah!" It is uttered at Army award ceremonies, bellowed from formations, and repeated before, during, and after training missions.

You can hear it shouted by Air Force Security Forces, Pararescue, and Combat word HOO-YAH is thundered out by Navy SEALs, Navy Divers, and Navy EOD, and by United States Marines who pronounce their motivational cheer as "OohRah!".