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Old 01-17-2012, 01:28 AM   #121
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Why the sarcasm? I don't understand are you guys being serious here or something? It's like a one sided party in here. Can you guys stop trying to bust my ***** and have some fun??
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OP you need to chill and stop acting like a mo-tard. Seriously. You said you liked it here, now you're being a whiney bitch, and if you paid any attention you'd have noticed how harsh we are and how we treat whiny bitches.
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:30 AM   #124
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Young Man,

Congratulations on your selection to both the Naval and Air Force Academies. Your goal of becoming a fighter pilot is impressive and a fine way to serve your country. As you requested, I'd be happy to share some insight into which service would be the best choice.

Each service has a distinctly different culture. You need to ask yourself "Which one am I more likely to thrive in?"

USAF Snapshot: The USAF is exceptionally well organized and well run. Their training programs are terrific. All pilots are groomed to meet high standards for knowledge and professionalism. Their aircraft are top-notch and extremely well maintained. Their facilities are excellent. Their enlisted personnel are the brightest and the best trained. The USAF is homogenous and macro. No matter where you go, you'll know what to expect, what is expected of you, and you'll be given the training & tools you need to meet those expectations. You will never be put in a situation over your head. Over a 20-year career, you will be home for most important family events. Your Mom would want you to be an Air Force pilot... so would your husband. Your Dad would want your brother to marry one.

Navy Snapshot: Aviators are part of the Navy, but so are Black shoes (surface warfare) and bubble heads (submariners). Furthermore, the Navy is split into two distinctly different Fleets (West and East Coast). The Navy is heterogeneous and micro. Your squadron is your home; it may be great, average, or awful. A squadron can go from one extreme to the other before you know it. You will spend months preparing for cruise and months on cruise. The quality of the aircraft varies directly with the availability of parts. Senior Navy enlisted are salt of the earth; you'll be proud if you earn their respect. Junior enlisted vary from terrific to the troubled kid the judge made join the service. You will be given the opportunity to lead these people during your career; you will be humbled and get your hands dirty. The quality of your training will vary and sometimes you will be over your head. You will miss many important family events. There will be long stretches of tedious duty aboard ship. You will fly in very bad weather and/or at night and you will be scared many times. You will fly with legends in the Navy and they will kick your azz until you become a lethal force. And some days - when the scheduling Gods have smiled upon you - your jet will catapult into a glorious morning over a far-away sea and you will be drop-jawed that someone would pay you to do it. The hottest girl in the bar wants to meet the Naval Aviator. That bar is in Singapore, just be careful she doesn't have dick, but if she does, pawn her off on your Air Force buddy who loves the ***.

Bottom line, son, if you gotta ask...pack warm & good luck in Colorado.

PS: Air Force pilots wear scarves and iron their flight suits and all take it in the butt.
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:30 AM   #125
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Chill can be relative to the day. Somedays it's blood in the street or just trying to get comfortable in a humvee for a nap in 80lbs of armor. FYI I don't hate you but the "everyday the air force gives me kittens" attitude drives me nuts. Also I've pretty much been up since Sat morning (lost my father in law) and a little jacked up on caffine. I think I'm done with my rant, lets leave it with I've got some anxiety issues left over and my personality doesn't always mix well with others
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:33 AM   #127
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Young Man,

Congratulations on your selection to both the Naval and Air Force Academies. Your goal of becoming a fighter pilot is impressive and a fine way to serve your country. As you requested, I'd be happy to share some insight into which service would be the best choice.

Each service has a distinctly different culture. You need to ask yourself "Which one am I more likely to thrive in?"

USAF Snapshot: The USAF is exceptionally well organized and well run. Their training programs are terrific. All pilots are groomed to meet high standards for knowledge and professionalism. Their aircraft are top-notch and extremely well maintained. Their facilities are excellent. Their enlisted personnel are the brightest and the best trained. The USAF is homogenous and macro. No matter where you go, you'll know what to expect, what is expected of you, and you'll be given the training & tools you need to meet those expectations. You will never be put in a situation over your head. Over a 20-year career, you will be home for most important family events. Your Mom would want you to be an Air Force pilot... so would your husband. Your Dad would want your brother to marry one.

Navy Snapshot: Aviators are part of the Navy, but so are Black shoes (surface warfare) and bubble heads (submariners). Furthermore, the Navy is split into two distinctly different Fleets (West and East Coast). The Navy is heterogeneous and micro. Your squadron is your home; it may be great, average, or awful. A squadron can go from one extreme to the other before you know it. You will spend months preparing for cruise and months on cruise. The quality of the aircraft varies directly with the availability of parts. Senior Navy enlisted are salt of the earth; you'll be proud if you earn their respect. Junior enlisted vary from terrific to the troubled kid the judge made join the service. You will be given the opportunity to lead these people during your career; you will be humbled and get your hands dirty. The quality of your training will vary and sometimes you will be over your head. You will miss many important family events. There will be long stretches of tedious duty aboard ship. You will fly in very bad weather and/or at night and you will be scared many times. You will fly with legends in the Navy and they will kick your azz until you become a lethal force. And some days - when the scheduling Gods have smiled upon you - your jet will catapult into a glorious morning over a far-away sea and you will be drop-jawed that someone would pay you to do it. The hottest girl in the bar wants to meet the Naval Aviator. That bar is in Singapore, just be careful she doesn't have dick, but if she does, pawn her off on your Air Force buddy who loves the ***.

Bottom line, son, if you gotta ask...pack warm & good luck in Colorado.

PS: Air Force pilots wear scarves and iron their flight suits and all take it in the butt.
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:34 AM   #128
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Young Man,

Congratulations on your selection to both the Naval and Air Force Academies. Your goal of becoming a fighter pilot is impressive and a fine way to serve your country. As you requested, I'd be happy to share some insight into which service would be the best choice.

Each service has a distinctly different culture. You need to ask yourself "Which one am I more likely to thrive in?"

USAF Snapshot: The USAF is exceptionally well organized and well run. Their training programs are terrific. All pilots are groomed to meet high standards for knowledge and professionalism. Their aircraft are top-notch and extremely well maintained. Their facilities are excellent. Their enlisted personnel are the brightest and the best trained. The USAF is homogenous and macro. No matter where you go, you'll know what to expect, what is expected of you, and you'll be given the training & tools you need to meet those expectations. You will never be put in a situation over your head. Over a 20-year career, you will be home for most important family events. Your Mom would want you to be an Air Force pilot... so would your husband. Your Dad would want your brother to marry one.

Navy Snapshot: Aviators are part of the Navy, but so are Black shoes (surface warfare) and bubble heads (submariners). Furthermore, the Navy is split into two distinctly different Fleets (West and East Coast). The Navy is heterogeneous and micro. Your squadron is your home; it may be great, average, or awful. A squadron can go from one extreme to the other before you know it. You will spend months preparing for cruise and months on cruise. The quality of the aircraft varies directly with the availability of parts. Senior Navy enlisted are salt of the earth; you'll be proud if you earn their respect. Junior enlisted vary from terrific to the troubled kid the judge made join the service. You will be given the opportunity to lead these people during your career; you will be humbled and get your hands dirty. The quality of your training will vary and sometimes you will be over your head. You will miss many important family events. There will be long stretches of tedious duty aboard ship. You will fly in very bad weather and/or at night and you will be scared many times. You will fly with legends in the Navy and they will kick your azz until you become a lethal force. And some days - when the scheduling Gods have smiled upon you - your jet will catapult into a glorious morning over a far-away sea and you will be drop-jawed that someone would pay you to do it. The hottest girl in the bar wants to meet the Naval Aviator. That bar is in Singapore, just be careful she doesn't have dick, but if she does, pawn her off on your Air Force buddy who loves the ***.

Bottom line, son, if you gotta ask...pack warm & good luck in Colorado.

PS: Air Force pilots wear scarves and iron their flight suits and all take it in the butt.
I have NEVER seen an air force pilot wear a scarf or iron their flightsuit lol and used to see a minimum of 4 of them taking our 15s up. That's a funny write up though only slightly biased
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:35 AM   #129
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Chill can be relative to the day. Somedays it's blood in the street or just trying to get comfortable in a humvee for a nap in 80lbs of armor. FYI I don't hate you but the "everyday the air force gives me kittens" attitude drives me nuts. Also I've pretty much been up since Sat morning (lost my father in law) and a little jacked up on caffine. I think I'm done with my rant, lets leave it with I've got some anxiety issues left over and my personality doesn't always mix well with others
Alright well this thread is exactly what I wanted. I'm glad you talked about all of this and are a douchebag about it. Sorry about your father in law. I don't mean to come off as the air force gives me kittens I just take the ---- they give me and make the best of it. I'm pretty optimistic.
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PS: Air Force pilots wear scarves and iron their flight suits and all take it in the butt.
Actually pretty much true.

Also I learned to just avoid the bars they favor. They either suck up all the girls in a bar like a black hole or are the biggest queers in the zip code
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OP you need to chill and stop acting like a mo-tard. Seriously. You said you liked it here, now you're being a whiney bitch, and if you paid any attention you'd have noticed how harsh we are and how we treat whiny bitches.
I don't know where you got whiny bitch from, I asked a legitimate question. It's been one sided hate in here the whole time lol but if that's the initiation I guess I'll just have to eat it. and take all the negative props it comes with.
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whiney bitch troll.

lets see:
no miata.
nothing of substance to add to the forum
not cool to talk to or start any interesting threads/convos

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I feel it. I think....
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Look on the bright side, maybe you can set a negative reps record
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OP you need to chill and stop acting like a mo-tard.
Is this what AF motards act like?

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whiney bitch troll.

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This is the heart of the issue.
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trying to decide if this thread is even worthy of shitting on
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Yes, one sided hate because one guy made a "your mom" joke and you got bent out of shape. Aka: whiny bitch.

You've been lurking on here and haven't heard a your mom joke? no no no, scratch that, you're an E5 and have that thin of skin? I wasn't going to generalize but maybe you are pansies in the AF...

I can't imagine how ANYBODY could spend an appreciable amount of time doing what we do and get so bent out of shape.
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