I'm going into the navy soon, and I'm looking at going in as a Nuclear Technician or an Air Crewman. Thoughts?
I'm going into the navy soon, and I'm looking at going in as a Nuclear...
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Nobody cares. Try not to kys in boot. Or do. Again, nobody cares.
Navy fag enjoy ur gay sex
I recommend practicing with a hairbrush handle first
Nuke, it will give you a better education.
You'll work your ass off either way
Nukes are the autistics of the bunch, very strange in basic. Air crew is where the fun is at
if you like people, aircrew. if not, nukes.
You don't go into the Navy, it goes into you. Everyone, raw, every night, pumping big loads in you until you love it.
The navy is obsolete. Big boats can be erased with Mach speed cruise missiles. Destroyers are just big floating showoff platforms for captains in white shirts to parade about on.
One Dong Feng II can take out the entire ship in less than a second. And no, there is no defense against a missile travelling 100 ft off the water at 6 times the speed of sound.
have to sign up for longer than standard 4 years
the longest and most difficult training period in the military, extremely high drop-out/failure
hard skills learned in training a essentially non-transferrable, you'd have to go to college for the same thing to be taken seriously in civilian world
your coworkers will be 90%+ /rk9/
unless you get lucky, every duty station will be long hours in the bowels of an aircraft carrier
sometimes there are extra pay benefits
usually longer than average enlistment time required
you have to go through the same intense training as more prestigious rates
extremely high chance you will basically be a flight attendant
most of your coworkers will think they are pilots (they're not) and/or talking about how they're going to be pilots
last i knew, air crew wasn't an actual rate, you'll still need to pick a main job (usually aircraft related)
usually there are minor extra pay benefits
Go to college, get easier training, and get paid 3-4x as much for doing the same thing in half as many hours. Or AMA, whatever.
Also nukes get top secret clearance. Air crew get secret clearance depending on duty station. Top secret transitions well for government or contract jobs post military.
There is no defense
That you know of.
If you're gonna die for the country, die at the hands of the Chinese. Our navy is one big bullseye.
Nukes can make an assload of $$$$ after service. AWV would guarantee you a good job after 6 years as well. Get in shape now and just in case you've ever done anything wrong, if it can't be proven, it didn't happen.
Oh, and also it's road mobile. So you can load it onto trucks and trains, bring it near the ocean where you can spot targets and WHOOSH, no more aircraft carrier.
The US Navy is just for show. They are no longer a credible threat to our enemies.
I'd go as a Nuclear Crewman, or an Air Technician
You're an idiot.
I know a guy who joined navy as a cook... he was raped by philippino guys who said they would throw him overboard when the dumped trash off the side of the ship if he told anyone.
In the navy they have new recruits "swim the head". seaman piss on the bathroom floor then newbie gets on his belly and "swims" across the floor. have fun.
Holy shit I failed as a nuke but it is complete cancer so much restrictions on what you can and can't do. Go IT better base and it's in Pensacola Florida not in hot humid south Carolina
Yeah top secret is like a degree for most places it gets you like and extra 30% pay of what ever you would normally get in the out side world.
Dont join the army. It's not worth it at all. I've wasted 7 long years there and studied psychology. You will be together with the dumpest people you will ever meet and find yourself carrying out fucking delusional orders. Also shitpay, but that shouldnt be very new to you. You will also loose almost every friend who is not in the army/navy which makes it even harder to get back to normal after your service.
It's the Army you're thinking of:
from a guy I know
I had no idea the Army was going to be so much like a gay porn movie.
That’s what I kept thinking as I stood in the middle of a sun drenched training yard, dressed in nothing but a singlet and PT shoes, preparing to have oil poured over my body.
For the last two hours, 10 other young recruits and I had been undergoing “initiation” to my unit's crew team.
After two weeks of tryouts, we had finally made it, and this was our reward: An afternoon of embarrassing activities, followed by a homoerotic climax that seemed to have come straight out of my 18-year-old gay subconscious.