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#16 - Oh. Well, good luck with that, hope it all goes well for you. …  [+] (1 reply) 06/18/2014 on marineLAD +1
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#17 - heraske (06/18/2014) [-]
I as well. I was worried more about the Aptitude test, then found out I did exceptionally well and did above the average candidate, and scored a few points under Officer, with only a grade 10 education (Many of the questions were grade 11 math, so I figured shit out while being timed). Felt pretty well, and was told by the interviewer to challenge it again once I finish grade 11 or 12.. My heart beat was about 118 AFTER the test, and was probably around 160 or 180 before. It was similar to the snare interval of Sacrificial Suicide by Deicide.

I can't wait for BMQ though.
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#14 - What's BMQ?  [+] (3 replies) 06/18/2014 on marineLAD +1
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#15 - heraske (06/18/2014) [-]
Basic Military Qualification. Canadian "boot camp".
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#16 - antisocialtwilight (06/18/2014) [-]
Oh. Well, good luck with that, hope it all goes well for you. I'm not worried about basic training, but that's just cause I've prepared for most of it.
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#17 - heraske (06/18/2014) [-]
I as well. I was worried more about the Aptitude test, then found out I did exceptionally well and did above the average candidate, and scored a few points under Officer, with only a grade 10 education (Many of the questions were grade 11 math, so I figured shit out while being timed). Felt pretty well, and was told by the interviewer to challenge it again once I finish grade 11 or 12.. My heart beat was about 118 AFTER the test, and was probably around 160 or 180 before. It was similar to the snare interval of Sacrificial Suicide by Deicide.

I can't wait for BMQ though.
#11 - For some strange reason, every time I read "Friendly remi…  [+] (1 reply) 06/18/2014 on friendly reminder +106
#74 - anon (06/18/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LTLuzkqpZc The song is called Kill a Hipster. It is your song now. It's a good song imo
#11 - I know this is a Marines post, but I ship out to the Navy basi…  [+] (11 replies) 06/18/2014 on marineLAD +5
#37 - MDrDeathC (06/18/2014) [-]
I'm in the Navy. Here's some tips, I went through boot about half a year ago.

You're probably saluting wrong. Everyone that taught me to salute, including when I was in ROTC, taught me a different way than boot camp does it and that's the one that matters. They'll teach you.

I recommend volunteering for a position of responsibility and then working hard. It's what saved my ass when they found that I had ADHD, despite me having been up-front about it the entire time, and the fact that I destroyed every test they put in fron of me because, again, I worked hard.

If someone yells at you, they aren't necessarily your enemy, especially if they're appointed over you. Yelling is efficient sometimes. It makes a point, it makes information stick. You're going there to have your current identity destroyed and come out of it similar but stronger, better, sharper, and more disciplined. This includes reactions and emotional responses.

You will NOT sleep for the first few days. Sleep on the ride over. Be prepared for more challenge than most people in middle class society face nowadays but if you've experienced actual hardship it'll be a breeze. They couldn't even hurt my feelings.

I was Weapons PO and Head PO. I recommend Weapons and Laundry PO more than any others and volunteering on Head Crew on the side, unless you're good at commanding respect, fighting and overpowering people mentally and emotionally. You need to be able to take control if you're Head PO, otherwise people will NOT respect your rules despite them having decided what rules will be set. There will always be dissenters, and it's not always the best course of action to just fucking scream at people.

People sometimes pick a fight not because they're shitty, but because they're hurt, scared, etc. If you fight and win by a thin margin then and there and then talk to them in private later so that you assert yourself but they save face, you can reach an understanding much more easily.

Good luck.
#35 - anon (06/18/2014) [-]
I'm in Navy ROTC to do the same thing.

Good luck m8/midshipman
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#36 - seymourg (06/18/2014) [-]
Did not mean to reply as anonymous there.
#18 - tomthehippie (06/18/2014) [-]
Squid. Why not join USCG master race?

in all reality, good job on enlisting, but if you are going Navy do your best to make officer, because being an E in the Navy sucks, good luck and God's speed
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#13 - heraske (06/18/2014) [-]
I know this is an American post,

but hopefully if all goes well, I should be attending BMQ during the fall while balancing school.
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#19 - mendelevium (06/18/2014) [-]
I know this is a world military post,
But I really like Wrigley's EXTRA mixed berry flavored gum.
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#14 - antisocialtwilight (06/18/2014) [-]
What's BMQ?
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#15 - heraske (06/18/2014) [-]
Basic Military Qualification. Canadian "boot camp".
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#16 - antisocialtwilight (06/18/2014) [-]
Oh. Well, good luck with that, hope it all goes well for you. I'm not worried about basic training, but that's just cause I've prepared for most of it.
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#17 - heraske (06/18/2014) [-]
I as well. I was worried more about the Aptitude test, then found out I did exceptionally well and did above the average candidate, and scored a few points under Officer, with only a grade 10 education (Many of the questions were grade 11 math, so I figured shit out while being timed). Felt pretty well, and was told by the interviewer to challenge it again once I finish grade 11 or 12.. My heart beat was about 118 AFTER the test, and was probably around 160 or 180 before. It was similar to the snare interval of Sacrificial Suicide by Deicide.

I can't wait for BMQ though.
#12 - trainalf (06/18/2014) [-]
Congratz, thank you, good luck, and bring back some good stories. Funnyjunk always loves a funny Basic Training story.
#8 - Picture  [+] (2 replies) 06/18/2014 on awkward zombie +1
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#9 - warioteam (06/18/2014) [-]
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#10 - antisocialtwilight (06/18/2014) [-]
#75 - I'm not angry that there aren't playable females, but I was di…  [+] (2 replies) 06/18/2014 on description 0
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#81 - proudnerd (06/18/2014) [-]
The guy who said it was too much work wasn't on their PR and probably didn't know the exact reason, so he just gave one. When they offically responded, they talked about how you would always play as Arno on your screen so they didn't think to make a female avatar for other people to see. And there have been female avatars in multiplayer and a female assassin.
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#84 - antisocialtwilight (06/18/2014) [-]
Oh yeah no I totally agree, in the multiplayer there have been plenty of player characters, and a female protagonist in Liberation. Plus the way it's set up in the modern frame story, the player character could be male or female, it doesn't specify anything like that.