I'm sorry to hear that. It's dog eat dog with you guys.rider76 said:I am in Security Forces.
I know what you mean, that cubicle life has got to suck tech sgt.:bonk:Wockman said:I'm a TSgt stationed at Maxwell AFB / Gunter Annex Alabama, I used to be a fire fighter but an injury forced me to cross train into 3C0, now I click a mouse all day. The job is okay but I hate working in a cubicle :bas:
yeah I would.... I have friends that work in the E.R. and so I hear all about the calls you guys go on from them... though I imagine it's changed abit by the time I hear'm... :lol:rider76 said:Security forces is o.k. When I am not deployed I am basicly a cop on base.You know patrolling the fence, responding to calls on base ( man you would not believe the domestic dispute calls we get) pretty much mondane stuff here in Illinois. Iraq is no joke. we have been working with the Army alot the past few years, with convoy security. Korea was pretty cool, i spent a year over there , i couldnt bring my wife thought.If your single you will like it . lots of partying drinkin lol:cheers:
lol... well all I do now is browse the internet... I swear if it wasn't for forums I'd have finished the internet by now:lol:Wockman said:I'm a TSgt stationed at Maxwell AFB / Gunter Annex Alabama, I used to be a fire fighter but an injury forced me to cross train into 3C0, now I click a mouse all day. The job is okay but I hate working in a cubicle :bas:
here at Scott we are the HQ for the AMC and the TRANSCOM. The medical guys here are treated with respect, all the medivac sorties that come and go from here. My dad was in the Air Force so I grew lived in Europe till I was 15. my pop got orders to scott, where he and my mom retired. i came here after Korea to see them. i want to go back to Germany.ebbs15 said:yeah I would.... I have friends that work in the E.R. and so I hear all about the calls you guys go on from them... though I imagine it's changed abit by the time I hear'm... :lol:
yeah we just had two SF members from here killed in Iraq... and another seriously injured... they were in a convoy... and a car bomb exploded next to them... :disapp: all three are married with kids... :nonod:
yeah I've wanted to go to Korea ever since I came in... that way I could get to Europe... but I ended up here... but no worries... I'll get there... eventually! :lol:
A Navy man. right on, how did you guys stand on that time on a ship? or sub? depending on what you served on.jtemple said:Prior service here. FC2, USN.
well I tested for SSgt last year... missed it by 1.8pts.... #24 in the AF NOT to get a stripe... lol... even worse... my LITTLE brother made it!:cursin: :lol:DLITALIEN said:No, I don't test this year. I just put on in November. It was my second time testing. I got a Article 15 so I had to skip a year after I tested the first time. I'm glad I didn't make it because my line number would've been gone in a snap. One of my good buddies is a cop (SF). He was at Balad for 6 months doing convoy's and all that. He said continuous 14 hour days takes a toll on a guy. I don't doubt that for a second. He actually has an '05 GSXR 1K. He's had it for about 8 months now and all he has on t is 600 miles :yikes: The man should be slapped. The only place I've been deployed to is Diego. A two month vacation more like it. I should be at Beale later on this year for AFCOMAC (7 level requirement). I here that place is an untapped resource (girlies). I might have to truck the R6 up when I go. Is there any good riding around there?
I was on a ship. DDG-60 to be exact. You get used to it. I got so used to it that when I got out to go to college, my dorm room felt like a palace.rider76 said:A Navy man. right on, how did you guys stand on that time on a ship? or sub? depending on what you served on.