Joining a different countrys military? - Page 2




 
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June 30th, 2005  
Kilgore
 
Be easy on the guy mate. He is not a traitor for working with the allies. I wouldn't be sayign stuff like that in front of the marine guys in here as well.
June 30th, 2005  
:Brad:
 
Excuse me sir, Im going to ask you to keep your stupid immature comments to your self so if your going to make bad comments like that sit back and take it like a real MAN.
And for god sake respect other marines that have died for there county ok!
June 30th, 2005  
Wallabies
 
**** me, take a bloody joke.

I do respect the USMC. What I said was stupid

But why don't you front up like a man and give your reasons for your dislike of those who have kept you safe, have RESPECT for them.
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June 30th, 2005  
MilidarUSMC
 
 
alright that shiney thing joke flew right over my head
June 30th, 2005  
Redneck
 
 
Knock off the flaming immediately.

If you do not KNOW the answer to a question posted here, do not reply with what you THINK the answer might be, you will be banned. To know the answer you MUST have experience with the area in question, therefore those of you not in the military yet would do well to avoid posting anything but your own questions in this part of the forum. This is the only warning you will receive.
June 30th, 2005  
03USMC
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MilidarUSMC
alright that shiney thing joke flew right over my head
He probably means your Air Conditioner Repairman Wings Milidar
July 6th, 2005  
Vilodja
 
Its not a bad idea if thats what you want to do, but it will take you years to move to America and become and yank citizen.
July 6th, 2005  
:Brad:
 
So damn true.
July 6th, 2005  
Wallabies
 
But again, what do you find bad about the ADF? I think you are just misinformed and should ring a recruiter.
August 3rd, 2005  
mahon
 

Topic: Not liking the ADF...


Its an issue of size. You can spend a number of years in the ADF and not be deployed. Whilst I am in the ADF and I'm not actively looking to rush overseas it would be nice if once in your career you get deployed to do the job you train your a$$ of at.
Marines and all American forces are much more likely to deploy. I would advise Brad to enlist in the British army, this is much easier, it can be done whilst your an Australian citizen. Look at the Aussie pilot who lost his life in Iraq whilst in the RAF.
The left wing vegetarians who seem to hold so much sway in Australia are doing their best to oppose any overseas action. The ADF whilst small should be used much more often; with so many possible deployments it seems our SF is all they really want to use.
Aussies could help out in Burma, Phillipines, Thailand just to mention a few local spots where ther is conflict against extremists.
Anyway Brad have a shot at the ADF, 4 years will fly, and then you can enlist in England and get some of your ADF service recognised. I know a guy right now who went from reservist here to the British Territorial Army (their reserves) and he could be deployed to Iraq on a 6 month rotation once he completes his training there.
Also with the ADF:don't ot knock it until you've tried it, saying that join any army you like, just make sure you want to join and you'll be happy!