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posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 02:44 AM
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Good’ay all,

I currently serve in the Royal Australian Signals Corp (I can't go into to much of what I do). I have been in for about 2 years now and I love every minute of it. I haven’t had the chance to go overseas yet but there is a good chance I could go somewhere in the near future.
One of the high light of my time so far in the army, is geting a chance jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft . I have never been so scared before but it was bloody great experience and now I cant wait to get up and do it again.


Have a good one.

SporadicE Out




posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 02:57 AM
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Originally posted by SporadicE
Good’ay all,

I currently serve in the Royal Australian Signals Corp (I can't go into to much of what I do). I have been in for about 2 years now and I love every minute of it. I haven’t had the chance to go overseas yet but there is a good chance I could go somewhere in the near future.
One of the high light of my time so far in the army, is geting a chance jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft . I have never been so scared before but it was bloody great experience and now I cant wait to get up and do it again.


Have a good one.

SporadicE Out


Very nice - you a bear or an operator?



posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 05:44 AM
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Originally posted by LifesNomad

Originally posted by SporadicE
Good’ay all,

I currently serve in the Royal Australian Signals Corp (I can't go into to much of what I do). I have been in for about 2 years now and I love every minute of it. I haven’t had the chance to go overseas yet but there is a good chance I could go somewhere in the near future.
One of the high light of my time so far in the army, is geting a chance jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft . I have never been so scared before but it was bloody great experience and now I cant wait to get up and do it again.


Have a good one.

SporadicE Out


Very nice - you a bear or an operator?


Operator. And your self?
When at 4 were you with 126?

[edit on 20/06/2008 by SporadicE]



posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 06:13 AM
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Originally posted by SporadicE

Originally posted by LifesNomad

Originally posted by SporadicE
Good’ay all,

I currently serve in the Royal Australian Signals Corp (I can't go into to much of what I do). I have been in for about 2 years now and I love every minute of it. I haven’t had the chance to go overseas yet but there is a good chance I could go somewhere in the near future.
One of the high light of my time so far in the army, is geting a chance jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft . I have never been so scared before but it was bloody great experience and now I cant wait to get up and do it again.


Have a good one.

SporadicE Out


Very nice - you a bear or an operator?


Operator. And your self?
When at 4 were you with 126?

[edit on 20/06/2008 by SporadicE]


I was indeed! You 152 or 126?



posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 07:15 AM
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Ex infantry signaller..most of my specialist training was in Norway with the NATO forces.



posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 11:05 AM
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96B--Intelligence Analyst
97B--Counter Intelligence Agent (shake & baked by the 5th SFG up at Devens, back in the late 90's)

94-02



posted on Jun, 22 2008 @ 11:47 AM
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US ARMY, 19d-echo niner
1986-1994
Alpha comp. ops grp. FT Irwin NTC
2/75 rangers
4th 158 aviation, FT Devens
101 air assault
82nd airborne.
Served in Panama, called back in for dessert shield/storm..
(edited to include the improved tow designator Echo niner, did not want to confuse it with the rank of E-9) only made it to E-5,SGT.

[edit on 22-6-2008 by SideWynder]



posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 07:20 PM
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Ok, so LifesNomad,
And everyone else, I seem to be the last one to post here and the friggin post dies...????well sorry for that, it is just the way my luck runs... anyway ya'll have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!

[edit on 24-6-2008 by SideWynder]



posted on Jun, 25 2008 @ 09:40 PM
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Joined during my senior year of High School I entered the Naval Reserves
I'm 19 and a full time colleges student

I'm a MASA ( Master- At-Arms) I"m what one would consider "Military Police" I don't have much experience in the military lol...hence they call me a pup in my unit but I have quite the leadership positions in my unit. I'm working on becoming an Officer in the Navy, i'd like to go active duty in the intel/crypto field of the officer world


I'm majoring in Computer Science and shooting fora minor in math by the way



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 10:23 AM
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2/237th Infantry 101'st Airborne

Pathfinder Platoon HQ 101'st Airborne

Task Force 160, then to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (A)

SOCOM


That used to be me



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 01:27 PM
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160th SOAR ?

The unit the Navy SEALs join if they want some excitement ? fugging awesomeness.

160th little birds are beasts beyond belief..

Dammit wish i had been borne an American. Would of loved to do the whole US 'experience'.



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 03:58 PM
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Ha,

Yeah,...I guess that is us. Though we tend to work with Delta a lot as well. Not to mention most all of the players over here, whoever. We like 5th Group as well, as they are on our post at Ft. Campbell. But I have worked with groups from all over the planet, SAS, SBS, and on and on.

But that was then,...even though I am still kindof a big bag of awesome



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 04:12 PM
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ex Air Force 1999 - 2002

F-16 Fighter Jet Crew Chief

Was Stationed at Mountain Home, AFB 1st Composite Wing.

May Our Brothers An Sisters Come home Healthy and Welcomed.....



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 06:23 PM
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Served with

US ARMY

173rd Assault Helicopter Company "Robin hoods"
D Troop 4/7 Air Cavalry
ERADCOM Flight Test Activity
USAASCSAR - Team 5

Fulda Gap DMZ
Korean DMZ
Grenada - Every one forgets the small ones!

Highest rank held Warrant Office 2

Wing-Nut



posted on Jul, 1 2008 @ 10:15 AM
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US Air Force '86 - '90 (E-5)
Air Force civilian through the '90's (GS-14)

Air Intelligence Command, Air Force Information Warfare Center (previously Air Force Electronic Warfare Command)

Balkans, Korea, Middle East. Been a lot of places. Perm-certed Ft. Bragg, JSOC, usually working for J-3 (sometimes J-2). Fun mix of intel and ops. Liason to most national agencies.



posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 10:25 AM
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well i just learned alot of people i need to try and find when Sit X happens..

i hope all is well with all my brothers in arms. from every country...



posted on Jul, 23 2008 @ 05:50 AM
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Hello,

I've been active duty US Army since May 2002.

I'm a 35L - Counterintelligence Agent

I'm a Staff Sergeant, currently stationed in South Korea.

I served two tours in Iraq - 2003-2004 with the 4th ID and from 2005-2006 with the 4th ID.

During my last five months of the second rotation, I was a gun truck commander for a security unit that protected EOD guys on their missions.

I just re-enlisted again for 16,000 USD and an assignment to Germany.



posted on Jul, 23 2008 @ 06:26 AM
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Originally posted by mf_luder
Hello,

I've been active duty US Army since May 2002.

I'm a 35L - Counterintelligence Agent

I'm a Staff Sergeant, currently stationed in South Korea.

I served two tours in Iraq - 2003-2004 with the 4th ID and from 2005-2006 with the 4th ID.

During my last five months of the second rotation, I was a gun truck commander for a security unit that protected EOD guys on their missions.

I just re-enlisted again for 16,000 USD and an assignment to Germany.


Pulling EOD security? thats as high risk as you can get it outside of SF duties in my opinion.

Secondaries, ambushes, personell specific targetting... Glad to see your safe. Hope Germany gives you some wind down time.



posted on Jul, 23 2008 @ 10:01 AM
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You could say I saw my fair share of '#' over there. Needless to say - I earned my Combat Action Badge.

Thanks for the post.



posted on Jul, 23 2008 @ 11:53 AM
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US Army 1999-2007
19K, M-1A1D Abrams crewman 1999-2004
Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003, Area of Operations: Baiji

31B, Military Police 2004-2007
Operation Enduring Freedom 2005-2006, Areas of Operations: Shindand, Asadabad, Jalalabad, Bagram, Mehtar Lam, FOB Salerno, Camp Blessing, Torkham (Khyber Pass). Attached to US Marines at Jalalabad. Participated in Operation Whalers in support of US Marines. Performed "rocket patrol" (anti rocket/mortar mission), EOD escort/security to found rockets and caches, and assisted EOD in demolitions of the UXO at Shindand and Bagram AB. Plus a whole bunch of other stuff, that would fill a small book.

US Air Force 2007- present





[edit on 23/7/08 by MikeboydUS]



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