a small screwdriver with a fine tip and having a pen clip attached, making it capable of being easily carried in a shirt pocket.
this word originated with us air force electronics technicians and is derived from the skill level digit of the air force specialty code (afsc) (example: 30670) where “7” indicates an advanced technician. the idea being that this small screwdriver is used to make precision adjustments to circuit board components such as trim potentiameters that require a higher level of technical skill to perform.
the 15 hertz circuit on the tacan is a little off. could i borrow your 7-level to adjust it?
a somewhat disparaging name for a more senior enlisted usaf technician who has advanced to the point where he only walks around checking the work of others. at times he will reach over your shoulder to make an insignificant tweak to the circuit you’ve been working on. very annoying.
a1c beek: “did you see sarge grilling the newbie?”
sra deedle: “i sure did. since he made 7-level he really likes to ride the beeps.”
- 7 levels of the candycane forest
1. in the movie elf where will ferral had to cross through to get to new york. 2. where a boy learned a valuble lesson once apon a time a young lad went on a magical ride to f-ck himself he had to go through the 7 levels of the candycane forest and fight off […]
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- 7-man skiiathon
when an individual takes it upon themselves to s-xually service 7 men. to achieve this feat, they employ the ‘skiing’ technique, which consists of moving both hands up and down at the sides, as if you we’re operating skiing poles, but the poles are actually fat todgers. “i heard that elliot can perform a 7-man […]
- poke town
lompoc, ca. a city of 47,000 in northern santa barbara county. manuel and cleatus cooked some meth and sold it to cabrillo high school students in the grand old city of poke town.
- heavy hit
response to any verbal or physical reation or event that considered substantial. it can be used as subst-tute word for swear. person a says, “i just lost my job.” person b responds, “heavy hit! thats terrible.”