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Marines. Enlisted, Sgt at discharge - July 2002-2007. F/A-18 FLIR (forward looking infrared) technician. Never played in the sand but deployed on the USS Truman for nine months to the Gulf. Fun times College Frat houses have nothing on give or take 5,000 Marines and Sailors let loose for a few days in port

post #77 of 88

Navy.  Enlisted (joined as E-3, due to my BA in linguistics).  Looking to submit my officer package at E-4 or E-5.  2011-present.  Headed to basic training in less than six weeks.  Then off to Monterey for language school at the DLI.  Title:  CTI (Cryptologic Technician Interpretive).  Going to do something with my life!  Hooyah!


Edited by Marximus - 1/13/12 at 10:31am
post #78 of 88

USCG 1962/66 Boatswain Mate. Aside from 13 weeks boot camp at Cape May I spent my entire hitch at Moriches Lifeboat Station on Long Island.

post #79 of 88

Speaking on behalf of my brother http://www.head-fi.org/u/57330/libertad. Navy, enlisted since mid 2010. Currently a navigator working on his dolphins, if you know what that means then you can get an idea of the kind of job he has. Can't really tell you what else he does because I honestly don't know. 

post #80 of 88
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Navy.  Enlisted (joined as E-3, due to my BA in linguistics).  Looking to submit my officer package at E-4 or E-5.  2011-present.  Headed to basic training in less than six weeks.  Then off to Monterey for language school at the DLI.  Title:  CTI (Cryptologic Technician Interpretive).  Going to do something with my life!  Hooyah!


Welcome!

 

Just retired from the Air Force late last year, now a blood-sucking contractor.

 

post #81 of 88
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Currently a navigator working on his dolphins, if you know what that means then you can get an idea of the kind of job he has. 

Actually in the Navy that could mean two different things entirely but I think I get it.  He's a bubblehead.  Always wanted a submarine, got a tank instead.  tongue_smile.gif

 

post #82 of 88

Yeah pretty much. Sad thing about it is that he can't really take any of his headphones with him...well he can but they'll probably get snagged on some pipe or get screwed up somehow so he had to swallow his audiophileness and get a bunch of cheap earbuds. I don't think you'd risk bringing some expensive cans down several hundred meters below the sea. He's the noobie, too, so he still has to go through his qualifications which is like several bibles worth of pure technical text. Funny thing is that he practically knows how to drive a multi billion dollar submarine..and yet still doesn't knows how to drive a car. Never gonna let him go for that one. 

post #83 of 88

USN EOD


Edited by Mrhat201 - 3/18/13 at 8:40am
post #84 of 88

USAF Securty Forces, E-7   19 years of service.  Best station a toss up between Yokota AB Japan (been here 9 years )  or Clark Annex Phillipines

post #85 of 88

USAF 1990-1995 726th Air Control Squadron, Homestead AFB then SouthEast Air Defense Sector, Tyndall AFB.  Electronic and Switching Systems Specialist.  I worked with big computers and phone switches :D

post #86 of 88

Navy.  Been in for almost 2 years now.  I'm a Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class at the moment (MC3).  For those of you in other branches, that means I'm a photo/video journalist and public affairs guy.  Stationed on the USS Blue Ridge out of Yokosuka, Japan. At the time of typing this, I'm actually on TAD orders working at the salvage of the USS Guardian, which ran aground off the coast of The Philippines.  

post #87 of 88

Didnt even know this thread existed! Been in the air force for four and a half years now. Good stuff, ive been stationed at Wright Patterson AFB the entire time other than basic training and tech school of course.

 

I joined hoping to go to Yokota AB in japan, but i guess that wasnt in the cards. Ill be putting on E-5 on the 1st though!

post #88 of 88

US ARMY 10 year 2002-2012 medical release for a complete ACL replacement surgery. 2 deployments to iraq 6 years in germany the rest in **** paso Texas

Held the rank of e6 and had three different Mos's 31R,25F,25B yeap not going to lie I kinda miss the ******** now. 

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