In the army. .. I was in the Marine Corps, and I will tell you this. Warrant Officers are not humans, they are robots made in secret military labs that gain their strength by e In the army I was in Marine Corps and will tell you this Warrant Officers are not humans they robots made secret military labs that gain their strength by e
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #5 - rocksteady
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I was in the Marine Corps, and I will tell you this. Warrant Officers are not humans, they are robots made in secret military labs that gain their strength by eating innocent babies.
User avatar #17 to #5 - jerriel
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and they wonder why we are called baby killers
#31 to #5 - linkcic
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I'm in the DEP right now. I go to boot camp on uly 29th. In your experience how rough was it?
User avatar #43 to #31 - rocksteady
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The running and push ups in the Marine Corps boot camp is not that rough. You run a few miles every other day, do a few push ups. But, its the abuse that gets you. Get ready to get physically beat up, smacked, thrown on the floor, screamed at 24/7 that you are disgusting, pathetic failure in life.

Now I know what you are thinking, "But my recruiter said they are not allowed to hit us. Isn't it illegal to physically abuse and injure recruits." You know what I have to say to that, Hahahahahahhaha.

You will be fine, or you will go insane and be socially awkward the rest of your life.

A prime example was when I was at a house party. All the men were in the kitchen drinking beers and talking about if Obama care is a good idea. This one ex-marine there whipped out his wallet, held up his military medical card and yelled "I earned this, no one gave it too me Bravo Company!" He looked like a freak.

My biggest tip for like after boot camp and the core is: "Don't let them change you, stay an individual with a sense of humor, character, and personality."

User avatar #49 to #43 - shazmo
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Knife hands
User avatar #50 to #49 - shazmo
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You forgot knife hands
User avatar #104 to #49 - rocksteady
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lol, I try not to knife hand when I point at something; however, till this day I knife hand often.
#88 to #31 - thetweekmaster
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A slightly relevant photo as I await your response.
A slightly relevant photo as I await your response.
#86 to #31 - anon id: 6b2bf4f6
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****, I leave the same date SD or PI?
#106 to #86 - linkcic
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Parris
User avatar #6 to #5 - cheesewithmold
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But why? Surely they could find a more effective energy source?
User avatar #7 to #6 - rocksteady
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It's not just for the energy, they also like the taste.
User avatar #12 - jellybob
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#6 faintly hearing "OH ****" from a distance
User avatar #30 to #12 - thedippestofshits
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#7 hearing your patrol buddy yell "OH ****"
#20 - ibleedbmx
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User avatar #3 - havockwzy
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WRONG

#1 A Private saying "Has somebody seen my grenade pin?"
User avatar #10 to #3 - tenaciousjon
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Followed by "I last saw it approximately 3-4 seconds ago."
#32 - pointer
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"What are the eight scariest words in the English language? 'We're Delta Force and we're here to save you!"
User avatar #33 to #32 - neoexdeath
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Naw its "Son, I've just finished reading your internet history"
User avatar #37 to #33 - whycanticaps
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jesus christ, put that **** in morbid, I nearly had a heart attack
#95 to #33 - anon id: 1fb184a3
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Holy ****! Why didn't you warned me? I jumped off my chair and screamed like a little girl!
#47 - thegamegestapo
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What about:    
   
"During this operation close air support will be provided by the Americans"
What about:

"During this operation close air support will be provided by the Americans"
User avatar #55 to #47 - luiselvergas
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that hurts like a bitch man
User avatar #56 to #55 - sonicg
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Really? All the times I've had hot brass on my epidermis it wasn't too bad.
User avatar #60 to #56 - luiselvergas
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t was a similar scenario i was at the range with a buddy and one of the shells from his AR landed inside my shirt and it burn bad
User avatar #61 to #60 - sonicg
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Well that doesn't sound very nice.
User avatar #67 to #61 - sidekickman
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Same experience, it's like being branded if you get it on bare skin. Well, maybe not that hot, but it burns.
#68 to #67 - anon id: 9bed5c95
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I had brass from a SAW get down in my shirt while I was in full gear. The gunner had just ran through two belts so the brass might as well have been a fire brand when it left the chamber.
#69 to #68 - watanigga **User deleted account**
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New guy on the ship was trying to grab and throw an expended 50 cal round (standard procedure for misfires) and accidentally grabbed one of the previous shot empties, it burned his hand pretty damn bad.
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#21 to #8 - keyoke
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Watch Band of Brothers, and maybe you'll get it. Pay attention to Captain Sobel and Lt Dike.

Sincerely, An Ex Norwegian Conscript
User avatar #11 - DmOnZ
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An airman saying, "what do you mean the base in Afghanistan doesn't have cable?"
User avatar #42 to #11 - Closebehind
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******* you feel my painnnnnn

God we Airman are so spoiled and I literally don't give two ***** about it
User avatar #115 to #42 - DmOnZ
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I remember during a training exercise my FOB didn't have running water cause the pipes were taken out by a stray mortar. Toughest week I've ever had as a pilot.
User avatar #116 to #115 - Closebehind
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Pilot eh, well God Bless you flyboy - I get to sit down in a chair and look at intel 22 hours a day
#13 - anon id: ea4bb7d4
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Ah, being in the Army this made me chuckle!! :)
#14 to #13 - anon id: ea4bb7d4
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For the record, I'm neither a citizen of North or South Korea... I'm stationed in Korea... I don't know why it says N. Korea citizen. :/
User avatar #18 to #14 - zorororonoa
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Silly N. Korean trying to cover up the fact that he is in the N. Korean army.
#15 to #14 - brybryan
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silly anon
User avatar #36 to #14 - sonicsyndicate
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i-is he joking? or is he serious?
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User avatar #58 to #38 - sonicg
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Navy because they own the Marines and they have the SEALs.
User avatar #108 to #58 - sonicg
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It seems some people don't realize that the Marines are a subdivision of the U.S. Navy.
User avatar #48 to #38 - thegamegestapo
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Air Force.

Because nothing says safety like flying a $2 billion dollar jet to attack an enemy armed primarily with Soviet Era small arms.
User avatar #52 to #48 - yuukiii
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air force is the worst branch that all the other branches including the national guard agrees on.
#79 to #52 - Dwarf
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**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #4216195 at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. ** The National Guard is not a branch.
**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #4216195 at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. ** The National Guard is not a branch.
#102 to #79 - Dwarf
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**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #30 at Too damn true ** and Air Force branch is best branch.
User avatar #112 to #79 - yuukiii
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meh i only said that to emphasie how sucky air force is
#113 to #112 - anon id: 8caf919a
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the usaf isnt sucky if youd do ur research idiot
User avatar #114 to #113 - yuukiii
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well according to everyone i know who is in some sort of branch, they all agree that air force sucks
its not a matter of facts
its everyone's personal opinions
mine just happen to be that air force sucks deal with it
User avatar #59 to #48 - collegedood
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if you are the 5% that gets to fly the planes then maybe. Just seeing who went into the military in high school the army people became adults, marines became arrogant adults, i dont know anyone in the navy, and the air force are whinier than when they were in high school
User avatar #105 to #59 - thegamegestapo
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Damn it man... I was making a joke at the expense of the Air Force. Notice the heavy use of cynicism.
User avatar #40 to #38 - ScruffytheJanitor
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At the beginning of the war, Marines. After the initial invasion, Army.
User avatar #45 to #38 - yuukiii
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i personally think that navy is better. but if you want to be in the front lines army and marines are better. since im a girl i was not allowed to be in the front lines so i thought that really sucked :/
#51 to #45 - Kanoah
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You are now
You are now
User avatar #53 to #51 - yuukiii
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i wanted to join back in 2008 but now im going to school to become a police officer. gonna join the academy this fall if i get my AA on time
User avatar #46 to #38 - shazmo
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The Navy. It's much safer, you get to travel the world, and there are more career opportunities.
User avatar #62 to #38 - luiselvergas
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marines can accoplishj any mission with less money just saying
#70 to #38 - watanigga **User deleted account**
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Forget it, stay out, you'll be better off. Speaking from experience.
User avatar #39 to #38 - deathhardiv
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Army.
Army all the way mate.
#63 to #38 - tomthehippie
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Marines; total bad asses, not bad for career, but you are the tip of the spear, so get ready to do some fighting.

Army; like the Marines, not as bad ass, a bit better if you are looking at a career. Not quite the tip of the spear, but still, be ready to go fight some wars.

Airforce; ****** for career. How ever, lots of vocational training you can take civilian. Small chance of getting shot.

Navy; if you are an officer, this is the ****. Best force for career (officer or enlisted) as well as having the lowest chance of combat. That being said, if you are enlisted, be prepared for every officer to go out of their way to make you their bitch.

Coast Guard; pretty good for career, the Guard is growing so we are keeping a lot more of our current enlisted than the Airforce or Army are. We are a more laid back service, not as hard core as the Marines, with a low chance of actual combat. The officer corps is pretty small, so any NCO gets a **** ton of respect. Lots of vocational training. Pretty good about promotions if you stay at sea. If you want to make officer with the Guard, then you need an engineering degree, but I've heard that Officer Candidate School isn't too bad, and we generally keep our officers.

Of course I might be biased, I'm USCG Petty Officer 1st Class (Gunner's Mate).
User avatar #107 to #63 - sonicg
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Only jobs in the Air Force that there's a chance of getting shot are pararescue and Combat Controller. As for the navy, it's mainly SWCC and SEALs.
#111 to #107 - tomthehippie
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Combat flights for the Air Force can be shot down. And even if it isn't, my grandfather has scars from shrapnel from the plane he was in being shot. He was a Major in the Air Force, flew as a navigator for refueling planes during Vietnam.
User avatar #78 to #63 - Dwarf
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How is the Air Force ****** for a career?
#92 to #78 - tomthehippie
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Their budget has been cut badly sense the 80's, so unless you have a MOS that they really need, they aren't that good about keeping people in the force. They are also really bad about shuffling people around between jobs. A friend's mother (ranked Major O-04) is a doctor with the Air Force. She specializes in chemical warfare related illness. She was recently made Squadron Commander for Pediatrics. The Air Force is really bad about doing that kinda thing. Most of the other Forces wont do that, or at least give you a choice about it.

That being being said, if you just want to get trained and go civi, they aren't a bad choice.