AAC - Groundcrew usual day.

#41
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
It was yours and you dads semen, mdn.
He did mention he had a camp new cumdump.
 
#42
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
minister_doh_nut said:
Hark at the fella who only shaved his tache off because it was matted with so much semen.

Driving glove wearer

It was yours and you dads semen, mdn.


CAARPS, totally agree. Sigs are a bunch of bottom touching nancy boys who think they are Alan Turing operated the fucking Enigma machine. In reality, they are nothing more than mobile phone carriers for someone more grown up and more important.
Only operators and Techs, thank you :D
 
#43
[quote="heidtheba]

Only operators and Techs, thank you :D[/quote]

Neither of which we have in the AAC.....

I think you may be confused with Royal Signals (pitifully poor CNR radio ops)

It may pay to read the whole of this thread?
 
#44
CAARPS said:
Lee_Enfield said:
I have heard that sigs may not be the way to go - lots of people want out of the stream as there are not enough jobs at senior level. And a lack of recognition for the technicality of Bowman from the powers that be.
Signallers in all Corps are whingers.

Look at me, I operate a play station better than you,

GET OVER YOUR F*CKING SELVES

Every job requires a unique skill; some soldiers are just not quite as “precious” as others
There's my link thank you.
 
#45
Golf_one_one said:
[quote="heidtheba]

Only operators and Techs, thank you :D
Neither of which we have in the AAC.....

I think you may be confused with Royal Signals (pitifully poor CNR radio ops)

It may pay to read the whole of this thread?[/quote]

Where as in general, the ACC are pretty poor soldiers
 
#47
CAARPS said:
Golf_one_one said:
[quote="heidtheba]

Only operators and Techs, thank you :D
Neither of which we have in the AAC.....

I think you may be confused with Royal Signals (pitifully poor CNR radio ops)

It may pay to read the whole of this thread?
Where as in general, the ACC are pretty poor soldiers[/quote]


Speak for yourselves. The only poor ones are those not on enhanced rate flying pay or Spec Aircrew. :roll:
 
#49
If she was there in 97, she might have (allegedly) been a top shag.....
I think she was, and If you like pachyderms, fill your boots.

Actually she may have returned, I saw her at this location last week.

(Not just on google earth either)

I couldnt, and I'm not that fussy
 
#50
Until streaming kicks in all the above "My jobs better than your job" is a waste of time, as an AAC soldier you should be able to perform the sigs or MT role at the drop of a hat, I have done both in my time and am currently fulfilling the AAC supply specialist role.

Therefore the man who mocks the Bowsermong or the Aerial Twiddler, Blanket Stacker, Doorslider etc could find himself in that job later in his career.

Mind you Pilots, Doorgunners, Sigs, and MT are all poofs.
 
#51
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
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Speak for yourselves. The only poor ones are those not on enhanced rate flying pay or Spec Aircrew. :roll:
Who are still poor in reality :D

taffridge said:
Mind you Pilots, Doorgunners, Sigs, and MT are all poofs.
I cannot believe you are sat there in a Normans brown janitor jacket mocking the handsome sigs and Doorsliders.

Who is your role model? Hong Kong fuey?

Normans are workshy Tesco fodder and underqualified kwik fit fitters, and pasty skinned cnuts who's days highlight is a race around the hangar floor on a pallet truck and playing games like 'guess the NSN' and 'Its your turn to blow the TQ'
 
#53
minister_doh_nut said:
Who is your role model? Hong Kong fuey?
Could beeeeee!

Pallet truck racing is more fun than attatching an ARFAT to a Rover. Doorgunning has its high points (Sorry for pun) MT get out and about on details, Please do let us all know the most exciting part about Sigs, cos I couldnt find any adrenaline inducing highs sat in a 9x9. Apart from the small thrill of banging one out at 0415, whilst everyone else was asleep.

What is great about Sigs everyone?
 
#54
taffridge said:
What is great about Sigs everyone?
The Kings of Clansman, admirals of the airwaves, and princes of power distribution only know this.

Sigs are generally the virile and spectacular members of the groundcrew, and don't dwell in an avtur riddled crew shack, oily coveralls or a store that smells like the inside of an otters arrse.

Signallers could easily adapt to pushing and pulling and truck driving, probably with thier hands tied behind a pilots ego. But why would they, it would be like an astronaut doing a binmans job.

Sigs pull fitter birds, are close to the porn and heaters and are generally seen being handsome in the face of tiredness
 
#55
minister_doh_nut said:
taffridge said:
What is great about Sigs everyone?
The Kings of Clansman, admirals of the airwaves, and princes of power distribution only know this.

Sigs are generally the virile and spectacular members of the groundcrew, and don't dwell in an avtur riddled crew shack, oily coveralls or a store that smells like the inside of an otters arrse.

Signallers could easily adapt to pushing and pulling and truck driving, probably with thier hands tied behind a pilots ego. But why would they, it would be like an astronaut doing a binmans job.

Sigs pull fitter birds, are close to the porn and heaters and are generally seen being handsome in the face of tiredness
Maybe you didnt understand what I said, We have heared all the "Sigs are Gods" rhetoric before but I still am none the wiser as to what is so brilliant about Sigs, I mean I dont find wiring up my stereo or talking on the phone really exciting. Civvy street radio hams are usually fat spotty blokes with beards, sat in a garden shed, listening to white noise, and wondering what sex with girls is like.

Cmon MDN (and all you others who get tetchy when the word aerial is used) Share the excitement, tell us all about what excites you about VHF, why extending a pole extends your poles, what whips you up about whips, cos most groundies cant quite see what is so fascinating about the rough and tumble of checking the ancills bag.


I mean people with boring jobs bigging themselves up is probably catching on, Librarians will describe themselves as the following when asked whats exciting about their job

The Kings of Chaucer, admirals of the Authors by A-Z section, and princes of pamphlet distribution only know this.

Please post your Clansman based moments of adrenaline powered terror here, I'm impatient to learn what I missed out on during my own dull stint in Command troop
 
#56
Its because they are special and handsome...... no VHF tales of valiance, just the same as there no Meritorios Mechanical transport moments...........

Sigs are better, because they just are ok!

Just don't call it an aerial again. It will rain 9x9 angles for 40 days

Clever and able go to sigs, muppets and misfits go to MT and those with rugby balls sewn into their backs and BO problems go to the stores.
 
#57
minister_doh_nut said:
Its because they are special and handsome...... no VHF tales of valiance, just the same as there no Meritorios Mechanical transport moments...........

Sigs are better, because they just are ok!

Just don't call it an aerial again. It will rain 9x9 angles for 40 days

Clever and able go to sigs, muppets and misfits go to MT and those with rugby balls sewn into their backs and BO problems go to the stores.
Not to sure about that, Convoy Protection in Basra, was quite exciting during my MT days, unlike our sigs blokes, who were signing me out batteries for my ECM on the way to get my Rounds and Gat out for another day of Mad Maxing it around South East Iraq.

If you want a dull safe job but want to pretend you are a mighty warrior, we have the job for you, AAC Sigs, Spotters with attitude.
 
#58
taffridge said:
If you want a dull safe job but want to pretend you are a mighty warrior
My penis is mightier than any sword, and I've never been a mighty warrior, I was NCO i/c backsliding and skiving.

Dull safe job, hell yes if the paycheck is a good one.

Normans still stink though and MT will always smell of Avtur and dung.
 
#59
taffridge said:
minister_doh_nut said:
taffridge said:
What is great about Sigs everyone?
The Kings of Clansman, admirals of the airwaves, and princes of power distribution only know this.

Sigs are generally the virile and spectacular members of the groundcrew, and don't dwell in an avtur riddled crew shack, oily coveralls or a store that smells like the inside of an otters arrse.

Signallers could easily adapt to pushing and pulling and truck driving, probably with thier hands tied behind a pilots ego. But why would they, it would be like an astronaut doing a binmans job.

Sigs pull fitter birds, are close to the porn and heaters and are generally seen being handsome in the face of tiredness
Maybe you didnt understand what I said, We have heared all the "Sigs are Gods" rhetoric before but I still am none the wiser as to what is so brilliant about Sigs, I mean I dont find wiring up my stereo or talking on the phone really exciting. Civvy street radio hams are usually fat spotty blokes with beards, sat in a garden shed, listening to white noise, and wondering what sex with girls is like.

Cmon MDN (and all you others who get tetchy when the word aerial is used) Share the excitement, tell us all about what excites you about VHF, why extending a pole extends your poles, what whips you up about whips, cos most groundies cant quite see what is so fascinating about the rough and tumble of checking the ancills bag.


I mean people with boring jobs bigging themselves up is probably catching on, Librarians will describe themselves as the following when asked whats exciting about their job

The Kings of Chaucer, admirals of the Authors by A-Z section, and princes of pamphlet distribution only know this.

Please post your Clansman based moments of adrenaline powered terror here, I'm impatient to learn what I missed out on during my own dull stint in Command troop
Now sat in a USA counting widgets (as exciting as it comes).

Sigs, sexy?

Of course not unless of course you have managed to communicate against the odds and called in CAS or a fire mission or CASEVAC or just got your REBRO to establish a link (when others haven’t) to keep an all informed net and help maintain the Op Tempo.

No I can’t imagine what flicks a signallers “switch”
 
#60
CAARPS said:
Sigs, sexy?

Of course not unless of course you have managed to communicate against the odds and called in CAS or a fire mission or CASEVAC or just got your REBRO to establish a link (when others haven’t) to keep an all informed net and help maintain the Op Tempo.

No I can’t imagine what flicks a signallers “switch”
Fascinating!

I do realise of course CAARPS that you are, of course, duty bound to big up these spotters, of course, but as far as I am concerned, of course. Having been there, done it and recently had to sit through the suicide inducing 10 days of BOWMAN. That, of course, out of all the trades an AAC Soldier can do Sigs is the dullest.

The reason its bigged up as "Faster career path" or "Only choose the best soldiers for it" or "Cut above those MT thickies" is that on face value, of course, no one (except bearded virgins that I mentioned earlier) would do it.

But you know that, of course.
 
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