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18:26:21 Nov 5th 07 - Mr. Kalel:

I'm going to fort. burg to start my training in feburay if they are any soilders or ex soilders out there leave me a story :)

 

Kal-El


19:14:28 Nov 5th 07 - Lady Lacewing:

Which country are you from?


20:38:53 Nov 5th 07 - Mr. Abu Yusef:

5alel in arabic means sharli in english


04:53:39 Nov 6th 07 - Sir Drunken:

Its a good life dun worry ;-) You will be very well taken care of!


00:41:01 Nov 15th 07 - Govenor Arahabaki:

ive already done my infantry training, corporal now :D


00:58:03 Nov 16th 07 - Mr. Xiax:

I see you like to imagine you're a general as well... :P


01:32:10 Nov 21st 07 - Mr. Plague:

its a good life you will meet lots of friends help lots of people.  lol i haven't done my basic training yet but i have 4 ye*beep*xp of military training


13:47:10 Nov 24th 07 - Mr. Peace War And Suffering:

iv been on active duty in afganistan with the brittish 42nd commando unit and its brill except im sat at home now cos i got shot in the sholder by a sniper but i will be back soon.

 

but its very rear to get hit despite what the media say.


13:34:09 Nov 25th 07 - Mr. Prince of Darkness:

or did you ran from the army ??

you crusade


17:03:14 Nov 25th 07 - Mr. Deadordying:

I served for 3 years in The British Army, my regiment was the 16/5th The Queens Royal Lancers. A cavalry regiment, no horses when I joined (I'm not quite that old lol). It was a recconaisance regiment using tracked vehicles, basically small tanks (Scorpions, scimitars and such.) Now the regiment has been amalgamated with 17/21st Lancers to form the Queens Royal Lancers which uses main battle tanks Challenger II mainly with still a few smaller tracked vehicles.
I joined during the first Gulf War and my regiment saw active duty in Kuwait/Iraq. Unfortunately I didn't as I joined too late and the war was over by the time I finished training. I did tours in Belize and 6 months in Cyprus though which kind of made up for it.
It is a good life and I recommend it to anyone. It is tough getting through the training, however once at your regiment it is fairly easy going. I did manage to do P company which is a parachute regiment training course and passed and did a couple of sniper courses too. There is nothing better than knowing you can shoot a flys' ass off at 900m lol.
What I would recommend is to get a trade when you are in there otherwise when you come out you are basically starting from scratch and it is a hell of a shock. The armys' training is second to none and getting a job when you have left the army is gonna be a hell of a lot easier if you're an engineer or a technician rather than someone who can kill flies from a distance lol :)

DoD


19:03:34 Nov 25th 07 - Duke Carlos Calabria:

I haven't been in the army, when I was old enough I went to one of our regiments to do the ordinary routine of questions and training.
I waited for about 45 minutes with a bunch of others guys in my age and then I got a call telling me to see the psychologist(spelling?), I went and talked to her, after three minutes she practically told me to just bugger off...

That's my army life.


01:08:00 Nov 29th 07 - Mr. Prince of Darkness:

ahh , well i live in equpied country , we don't have army service .

can you belive that the army service in israel is 3 years and it should start from 17 , so they created a system named bagrot to save a year like GCSE and so they can enter the army . they make 150 $ a month .

truly spartans


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