Lonely Nights Gives A Thought Of Life - Page 2




 
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Boots
 
January 11th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
hmmmm every time i log onto this forum i freak out cause it appears your gonna commit suicide... i haven't had the best experience w/ that lately... its not a cool thing for anyone... but yeah, i just wanted to say that... ttfn
January 11th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 

Topic: Well...


The one thing I know about the army is that most people i know enjoyed it....But you have to remmember that the army has a lot of annoying beaurocracy, ineffeciancy and what i call "system-dumbness". What i mean is that while it is a great thing to do for your self, and your country, its also very diffacult. Its true that i havent served yet(1.5 years before i turn 18 and will be conscripted...), but my grandfather was Lt. Colonel, My father and mother were both Lt. Colonels, aftter my parents divorced my mother married a Cololnel and my sister and i have 4 brothers and sisters who were officers,so i know the military....You got to keep in mind it will be frustrating(i saw my sister almost snap under the presure...) and your gonna have to work with people you dont neceserally like like, and learn to trust them....Espcially in field duty.... If you know all this, and still want to be in the Military, then you have a lucky country....
January 11th, 2004  
Tessa
 
 
CrazyCadet.. You mean I sound like I am going to commit suicide?

Sorry if it sounds like that, but that is not my intention.

I have my downhills sometimes, not often, but they come sometimes..

And you must know the feeling of standing and not getting anywhere with your life..


And Sherman, Yeah I know military is hard and it isn't always fun. And I ain't looking for any fun situations in the army.

And my father and me had a looooooong discussion about US, military and all otheer things..

And I realized, military services where you are trained for shooting the enemies in war isn't my thing..

I am still heading for field-medic. even though my father wants me in the military to defend sweden.

But I realized, the best gift and thing I can bring to Sweden is to be the field-medic.

And if I would work like that, I would problaby go for UN as well, to work for them.

But as how things look now, I will just have to wait and see.
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Boots
January 11th, 2004  
Redleg
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SilverPhoenix
I am still heading for field-medic. even though my father wants me in the military to defend sweden.

But I realized, the best gift and thing I can bring to Sweden is to be the field-medic.
You can tell your father that you defend Sweden just as good as a Field-medic as you do in a combat unit!
Good medics is one of the most important thing to bring with you, it really helps the morale to know that your medic knows his/her stuff good!
January 11th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 

Topic: Yes


No soldier would want to step on the field with out a good medic....
January 11th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
yeah... my parents want me to do something w/ nasa, be an enginneer... but i'm a people person so ya....

yeah, i'm stuck on the stalled train right now
January 11th, 2004  
diplomatic_means
 
Did Chesty Puller's division include medics when they annhilated 7 divisions? Oh and another stupid question, have they made a movie on his feats? The quote on the site is the first I actually heard about what made him a legend to the marines.
January 12th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 

Topic: CCadet....


When you say your a peoples person, do you mean you like to blast away at people with a really large gun?...lol
January 12th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
hmm.... its nice to find someone who understands....

no actually, i just like being around people... i'm kinda bipolar so i like to be around people cause i'm happier but sometimes a gun would be nice
January 13th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 

Topic: Ccadet


Yeah, somtimes I think that shooting people is not such a bad solution....