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But it's only splatter!
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I am member #333, and I joined the forum on 14 NOV 04.

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  1. In Topic: Official Military Service Q&A Thread

    10 March 2013 - 08:53 AM

    View PostCuy'val Dar, on 03 March 2013 - 01:13 AM, said:

    Hey man, can you tell me a little bit about WOFT?


    Warrant Officer Flight Training is a program that turns soldiers into pilots. It is possible to become a WOFT candidate straight out of high school, but it is rare that it happens. Most candidates have at least 5-6 years in the Army before they go through the WOFT program. The following link can explain more about the qualifications than I can tell you. Warrant Officer Flight Training
  2. In Topic: Official Military Service Q&A Thread

    02 March 2013 - 09:23 PM

    View PostShipwreck!, on 04 February 2013 - 06:59 PM, said:

    View PostThe Stuntman, on 29 January 2013 - 05:58 PM, said:

    View Postredleg_64, on 29 January 2013 - 05:54 PM, said:

    Wow...it's been forever since I have been on here. I'm currently a recruiter for the Army. I've been in the Army for nine years, been to South Korea, Germany, Iraq twice and Afghanistan once. If you have any questions about the Army or the military in general hit me up.


    WOW....its good to hear from you, and also good to know that things are going well. Its been a LOOOONG time since we last saw you around here....


    "Ah yes, recruiters, the slimy used car salesmen of the military world."

    Haha!


    Yeah, we have a bunch of tricks up our sleeves but I am a guy that actually cares about people. I am a recruiter and it is my job to put people into the army, but I have told a few people that they have a really good thing going for them and that if I were in their shoes I would take a different course of action than to enlist in the military. I do not want to see people sit around their hometown and be a bum. I genuinely want to see them do something positive for their lives. Joining the military has a positive effect on a whole lot of people. I'll tell you a little secret. If you ask me a question I will answer it truthfully, but I may not answer it completely. I will not lie to you because anything I tell you can easily be verified, but I may not tell you the complete truth either. Trust what a recruiter tells you, but verify the information.
  3. In Topic: Official Military Service Q&A Thread

    02 March 2013 - 09:17 PM

    View PostIrishMack, on 04 February 2013 - 09:32 PM, said:

    My brother in law always told me "stay as far away from recruiters as possible, once they have their claws into you, you can't get away." I realized that this was true, after I sent in a request for information for the Marines, and a Marine recruiter physically showed up at my door 2 days later because I didn't pick up the phone when he called...ya know I was expecting like an information packet, or an email...not a guy at my door -_-


    That's what we do. When a person expresses interest in the military, we get the information on our computers. We then try to contact the person by phone to see what sort of information they are interested in. If we cannot contact them by phone we will attempt to contact them at their house. As a recruiter we will do what it takes to make contact with you, whether it is by telephone, a knock at your door, or contacting you at school. It is part of our job. Some recruiters are more aggressive than others. I will try to give you a call or two and if I cannot get a hold of you I will stop by your house when I am in the area. If I can't contact you with a few attempts I will forget about you and move on to the next person. When you input your contact info into the computer you shouldn't expect just an information packet. The recruiter responsible for your area will attempt to contact you. Be open to the attempts though. We aren't bad people. We just try to answer any questions that you may have and if you want to enlist, we will do our best to make it happen for you.
  4. In Topic: Official Military Service Q&A Thread

    29 January 2013 - 06:54 PM

    Wow...it's been forever since I have been on here. I'm currently a recruiter for the Army. I've been in the Army for nine years, been to South Korea, Germany, Iraq twice and Afghanistan once. If you have any questions about the Army or the military in general hit me up.

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    redleg_64 

    06 Apr 2008 - 23:18
    Hi!
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    1-I 

    06 Apr 2008 - 12:17
    *POKE!!*
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    Guest 

    28 Jul 2007 - 21:43
    Red! You stay safe over there. Do a good job, and LEAD!! Listen to your men, and they will take care of you! I expect nothing but the best from you too! So when you get back, we can play some ball and put it all behind you again! PS......FIND EM AND FIX EM! There is no other way!
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    Tenacious221 

    16 Apr 2007 - 19:21
    You guys are just jealous :D
    -Tenacious
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    Puzuma 

    11 Apr 2007 - 17:30
    Don't worry red! Ass odd as you are you're still cooler then Tenacious221
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    redleg_64 

    11 Apr 2007 - 13:59
    I am cool.
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    Tenacious221 

    11 Apr 2007 - 13:59
    You're way too excited about these new features :D
    -Tenacious
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