Military Jargon Or Superhero?

Ooh!  Ooh!  I know!  I know!
Ooh! Ooh! I know! I know!

The term:  Blue Falcon

The question:  is that a superhero, or some military jargon?

Answer behind the cut.

Both actually.

In the military, a “Blue Falcon” is a derogatory term for a soldier who, intentionally or not, gets other soldiers in trouble in one way or another.  The term is used because the BF is the same initials as the actual term, which is “Buddy F…” you know, I’ll let the reader fill in the blank.

Seen here in action, a blue falcon.
Seen here in action, a blue falcon.

Meanwhile, civilians like myself may recall that the cartoon series Dynomutt featured a mechanical dog superhero who played off straightman partner, the Blue Falcon.  Blue Falcon was more or less a Batman rip-off, and was usually voiced by the recently deceased Gary Owens.

He even has a utility belt.
He even has a utility belt.

There, now you can win a trivia contest.

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