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How many times did Gunnery Sergeant Hartman curse in Full Metal Jacket?

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Gunnery Sergeant Hartman the US Marine Drill Instructor .

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Gunnery Sergeant Hartman the Parris Island drill instructor .

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The Parris Island's Drill Instructor's name was Gunnery Sergeant Hartman which was played by former US Marine R. Lee Ermey who himself was once a USMC DI .

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This quote is from the Stanley Kubrick film "Full Metal Jacket" . Spoken by the Drill Instructor Gunnery Sergeant Hartmanjust prior to being shot by recruit Private Leonard 'Gomer Pyle' Lawrence .

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The first hour is about platoon 3192, a Marine infantry platoon being trained by Gunnery Sergeant Hartmann, a real-life former U.S. Marine. The second hour follows Private Joker, now Sergeant Joker, throughout his time in the Vietnam War.

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R. Lee Ermey is his name. Probably best known from Full Metal Jacket.

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R. Lee Ermey played 'Gny. Sgt. Hartman'. In real life, Ermey was in the Marine Corps for 11 years.

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Full Metal Jacket. The lead core is covered by a thin jacket of metal.

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Gunnery Sergeant Hartman : "Today … is Christmas! There will be a magic show at zero-nine-thirty! Chaplain Charlie will tell you about how the free world will conquer Communism with the aid of God and a few Marines! God has a hard-on for Marines, because we kill everything we see! He plays His games, we play ours! To show our appreciation for so much power, we keep heaven packed with fresh souls! God was here before the Marine Corps! So you can give your heart to Jesus, but your ass belongs to the Corps! Do you ladies understand?" (Actually , the most humorous exchange is between Pvt. Joker & Sergeant "Animal Mother" when they first meet but that conversation is inappropriate)

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gilded metal jacket (GMJ) is basically the same as full metal jacket (FMJ) in that it provides a metal casing on a bullet core. The difference in the two metal jackets is the method of application. The full metal jacket (FMJ) is a casing that is applied to the core while the gilded metal jacket (GMJ) is plated directly on the core. For all intents and purposes, the GMJ rounds perform the same as FMJ rounds, but are less costly to manufacture, and therefore cost less to buy.

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"Full Metal Jacket" was filmed in England ~ see related link below for additional information .

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A full metal jacket (or FMJ) is a bullet consisting of a soft core (usually made of lead) encased in a shell of harder metal .

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a magazine full of live rounds//Full Metal Jacket means: A full metal covering of the led bullet which is usually copper. A magazine full of live rounds would have rounds (bullets) with a Full Metal Jacket. :D

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A Fulll Metal Jacket also called (FML) with a soft core usually made of lead encased in a shell of harder metal. The jacket allows for higher muzzle velocities than bere lead bullets.

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He has 'Very Metal' written on the back of his jacket.

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Full Metal Jacket.

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No- it is an abbreviation for Full Metal Jacket- meaning a bullet that has no part of the lead center exposed, but has it all covered in a jacket of brass gilding metal. Solid metal, no explosives.

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its metal coat and you get it from a man in kanto and johto

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full metal jacket (copper)

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It's been used a number of times by several bands (both true Metal bands, false "metal" bands, and non-Metal bands). One I can think of offhand is a Finnish band called Wounds, on their Chaos Theory album. Can't remember the exact song offhand.

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FMJ - the projectile is covered in a metal jacket. May or may not be AP AP - the projectile will penetrate armor

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A bullet with a full metal jacket has a tendency to ricochet pretty hard after hitting the targets. This is why at most indoor and outdoor ranges bullets with full metal jackets are banned.


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