Do I have any memorable writeups? OK, I'm pretty confident of at least earning a spot on the podium for my answers to this one.
1. By one of the professors for riding an elevator in Fairchild Hall; it was really late one night, I had to go all the way from bottom to top and thought I could get away w/ it; dumb, really dumb. He asked me if I had permission to be on there and I said.......no. WRONG ANSWER!!!
2. By one of our vainglorious classmates whilst walking across the terrazzo on what had been, just prior to this incident, an absolutely beautiful day, for having the sleeves on my flight-suit rolled one turn up my forearms, Robin-Olds style. Everyone did this, but by this time, it seemed that I had a big target on my back and was attracting a lot of these things, leading to my next Form-10.
3. By a Second Class member of the Wing staff for putting my blue jacket around my girlfriend’s shoulders while sitting in the lounge in Arnold Hall (she was either cold or trying to prevent those horny boys that hang out in A-Hall from staring at her boobies). This was during our senior year, mind you, and the only reason I was there was that I was serving hard time for #2 above and restricted to the base. This guy didn't even have the balls to confront me about this offense at the time but rather sent me the Form-10 through the distribution system. I went over to the Wing staff area, waited in his room (with his very nervous roommate) for him to return from class and convince him, under threat or serious bodily harm to retract it, but it was very obvious to me then that, sadly, I was carrion for the vultures there (and there were some vultures there).
4. What I recall as my most absurd: [Classmate name withheld] actually wrote me up on a Form 10 for speeding on Academy Blvd. because I passed him in my car coming back to base one night. I couldn't believe it! I went up to his 4th Group staff office/room and inquired if he had a radar gun in his car, had been deputized by the local sheriff, or what? He offered to rescind it only if I agreed that he had the authority to write up such an infraction, even if I was not guilty of any such transgression. Not being much of an expert on the Regs, I didn't really know for sure, although it seemed odd to me that one could get written up off-base. I mean, jeez, that was half the reason to get off-base in the first place—to escape the authority and effect of [classmate name withheld] and his ilk. I took the deal; I couldn't really afford any more trouble at the time, besides I figured he was just jealous because I had a pretty girlfriend I was coming back from seeing (see #3 above) and a semi-hot car at the time—neither one of which I was able to keep. But more to the point, neither one of which I believe [classmate name withheld] has ever been good or lucky enough to even have in the first place (BTW, although the car can be of any vintage, the girls have to be of legal age to qualify in this regard).