U.S. Marine Corps Dictionary

Aye Aye

I understand your order and will comply. A Naval expression.


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  • Patrick Lea

    I have heard AYFKM (are you f***ing kidding me) used atleast as far back as’72 by the naval and marine personell in Gitmo and in ’73-’75 in Key West. We have used it extensively in other contexts as well. There’s been a discussion on Wiki that it is really a texting term and not used by Marines… Bull shit. It may not be used by all, but it WAS used as far back as ’72 for sure. It should be on the list IMHO.

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