What would your dream military job be? - Page 2




 
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April 12th, 2005  
Trevor
 
Capt, 441 Squadron. CF-18 Pilot. Either that or a CH-146 Griffon pilot with 407 squadron at CFB Edmonton.
April 12th, 2005  
AFSteliga
 
 
CO of any of HMCS (with the exception of the Preserver and Protectuer, I'm not a big fan of the AOR Vessels).

I'm already at step one to achieving that, as well.
April 13th, 2005  
Sea_Cadet
 
President of the United States- Commander-in-Chief.
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April 13th, 2005  
A Can of Man
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by pte_clarke
Military Police
aka the Party Poopers
April 14th, 2005  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by WarMachine
I'd be flying f-22's all day.
I am with you on that one!
April 14th, 2005  
Trevor
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MilidarUSMC
the job i got . USMC-Crew Chief CH-46E helicopter. i get to look good, get all the chicks and fly around .
What are the prerequisites for that job, how hard is it to get selected and what is your job description?

I've thought about becoming an american citizen and enlisting in the USAF and becoming a loadmaster for one of the cargo planes.
April 16th, 2005  
paramilitary
 

Topic: Re: hehehe


Quote:
Originally Posted by Boobies
a job that can get lot of girls hot?
Bah I love that, u r my new hero, uve certainly got this girl hot
April 16th, 2005  
MilidarUSMC
 
 
my job requires a high GT score on the ASVAB, i think 130 is the minimum and high scores all across, i got an 88 out of 99 so i was good to go, its not that hard to be selected per say, its harder to stay in the program. you put up w/ a lot of stuff to become a crew chief, some of which i havnt done yet. ive been through AirCrew school which is a lot of swimming and stupid PO's that think they are drill instructors, then i went through SERE school which is just crazy, and i just completed Mech school this week, and Friday i head over to flight school, through all these schools you stay in the training pipeline longer than most any other MOS. ill be in a year and half before i get out to the fleet. most other jobs its 6-12 weeks and your working on your job. i havnt even done my job yet.

its not taht hard to get selected but the pipeline you go through to get the job is quite difficult. but rewarding.
April 16th, 2005  
EagleZtrike
 
 
Navy Seals
April 16th, 2005  
Sea_Cadet
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MilidarUSMC
my job requires a high GT score on the ASVAB, i think 130 is the minimum and high scores all across, i got an 88 out of 99 so i was good to go, its not that hard to be selected per say, its harder to stay in the program. you put up w/ a lot of stuff to become a crew chief, some of which i havnt done yet. ive been through AirCrew school which is a lot of swimming and stupid PO's that think they are drill instructors, then i went through SERE school which is just crazy, and i just completed Mech school this week, and Friday i head over to flight school, through all these schools you stay in the training pipeline longer than most any other MOS. ill be in a year and half before i get out to the fleet. most other jobs its 6-12 weeks and your working on your job. i havnt even done my job yet.

its not taht hard to get selected but the pipeline you go through to get the job is quite difficult. but rewarding.
Three words:
"Nuclear Power School"

That is the longest "A" school, it takes three years, and most that graduate have the chance at getting plucked for ROTC or the Academy.