AAC groundcrew

#1
Hello all
I am new to the forum. And just wanted to know if there was anybody on here in the AAC as groundcrew?
I am applying for it and would like to know some inside stories about the job if possible..
thanks in advance
Gazza :)
 
#2
What would you like to know?

Taffridge,
Ralf (in a grumpy fashon)
Blobmeister
Lynxeffectlol
GrooveyGunner
to name but a few will all be able to help on the Groundie side of life.

The lord flashheart will be a able to assist with drawing lines on maps and claiming aircrew rations...... maybe
 
#5
IM INSTITUTIONALISED :cry:

And thanks to this years Nijmegen marches unable to walk without nice big cups of "Man the fuck up"

By the way you will be pleased to know that the 1 Regt AAC team won the trophy for best Army team. I dont think the Judges were paying attention but there you go.

So a big Ram it to Ralf for calling me fat from behind his comfy desk.
 
#6
gazza82 said:
Hello all
I am new to the forum. And just wanted to know if there was anybody on here in the AAC as groundcrew?
I am applying for it and would like to know some inside stories about the job if possible..
thanks in advance
Gazza :)
Gazza, being a Bowser Mong is the best Job in the world as a young lad, Birds, Booze , stinking of Avtur and yes you will be a pilot in two years of joining......LoL
 
#7
gazza82 said:
Hello all
I am new to the forum. And just wanted to know if there was anybody on here in the AAC as groundcrew?
I am applying for it and would like to know some inside stories about the job if possible..
thanks in advance
Gazza :)
If you can cuff and bluff your way to glory, and look innocent when guilty you will go far!!!! You only have to look at G11 to prove that :D
 
#9
G11 is proof of bodgit & scarpa thats paid off! Bangs out from Sham before AH, departs the south for central america and gets even more cash in LOA no doubt!

A2
 
#10
BadboyGunner said:
G11 is proof of bodgit & scarpa thats paid off! Bangs out from Sham before AH, departs the south for central america and gets even more cash in LOA no doubt!

A2
We are all friends here.........Name names, you pussy.

You obviously have an axe to grind.
 
#11
jinxy said:
BadboyGunner said:
G11 is proof of bodgit & scarpa thats paid off! Bangs out from Sham before AH, departs the south for central america and gets even more cash in LOA no doubt!

A2
We are all friends here.........Name names, you pussy.

You obviously have an axe to grind.


Its all in the timing old boy,

jealosy will get you all bitter!
 
#12
BadboyGunner said:
G11 is proof of bodgit & scarpa thats paid off! Bangs out from Sham before AH, departs the south for central america and gets even more cash in LOA no doubt!

A2
Good effort really!!! Though I could do with some of whatever he is sending to manning and records, as whatever he is doing its worked well. Actually on second thoughts I don't want to know!!!! 8O :D :D
 
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#13
jinxy said:
cloudbuster said:
It's not a 'job', it's a vocation.
It's a fooking con.

Those bastarges told my I coud be a pilot, within 3 years.

10 yars later, stag on in NI.
Only took me four years of stinking of Avtur before I got my backside into a Gazelle for a living. Perhaps you found your niche, Jinxy. :)
 
#14
well golf one one dunno which specific job as groundcrew just would like to know in general what the jobs like.
Thank you everyone for the replies.
 
#15
cloudbuster said:
jinxy said:
cloudbuster said:
It's not a 'job', it's a vocation.
It's a fooking con.

Those bastarges told my I coud be a pilot, within 3 years.

10 yars later, stag on in NI.
Only took me four years of stinking of Avtur before I got my backside into a Gazelle for a living. Perhaps you found your niche, Jinxy. :)
Dam those publicity stunts.

If you're current, I don't know you, if your not and over 40, I probably do :)
 
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#16
jinxy said:
cloudbuster said:
jinxy said:
cloudbuster said:
It's not a 'job', it's a vocation.
It's a fooking con.

Those bastarges told my I coud be a pilot, within 3 years.

10 yars later, stag on in NI.
Only took me four years of stinking of Avtur before I got my backside into a Gazelle for a living. Perhaps you found your niche, Jinxy. :)
Dam those publicity stunts.

If you're current, I don't know you, if your not and over 40, I probably do :)
Last time I dragged myself out of a Wheelie-Bin would have been around the middle of 1994, Jinxy. :wink:
 
#17
It was fun in the Seventies, can't say anything beyond that really.

During my time, I managed to take, and fail, an Observers course.

Plenty of chances to get a cabby, but that's not what everybody wants, is it ? They want to be the driver.

There's always MS Flight Sim.
 
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#18
Lightning said:
During my time, I managed to take, and fail, an Observers course.
Who did you manage to upset to get binned off a Crewmans Course, Lightning?
 
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#20
Lightning said:
A Colour Sergeant who shall remain nameless. :D

He did not like me one little bit.

Though almost allowing a certain captain to land on some wires was probably not the wisest move. :(
The first may have been unavoidable, I guess..........
 
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