colour perception - rafp and rmp

#2
robbo9 said:
can any one shed sumlight on colour percetion requiemrntes for raf police and rmp? :?:
The need for a basic level of spelling and grammar so you can "take down their particulars"?

I am pretty sure you also need to have a complete personality removal and **** retention lessons in order to fully move into their fold!
 
#5
thanks(for nothing) im on about, how flexible are they/ cos all you get form afco are just the requiermnets and not the relism
 
#6
stop chopsin off, go to the careers office if u want some proper advice, or be less defensive. The more u bite, the worse its gonna get.....and u havent even got a red beret on yet!!
 
#8
robbo9 said:
thanks(for nothing) im on about, how flexible are they/ cos all you get form afco are just the requiermnets and not the relism
Robbo before you go down the ACIO to try and join up, visit this site......... http://dictionary.reference.com/

You may find it of use you illiterate tw*t.

Oh by the way the abuse that you have been given on this thread so far, is far less than the normal abuse monkey's get, so if you want to be one get used to it.
 
#10
robbo9 said:
fair enuf, so has anyone actaully got ne proper advice for me?
Yes, actually I have...

Grab your neck with both hands and squeeze really tightly so that you cannot breathe at all, be patient and keep this going for a while, a good sign that it is working will be a sort of blackness with a hazy white light in the distance; conventional thinking says that this light should be avoided at all costs, but fella, you just go straight for it, they will have loads of answers for you there...

fecking illiterate faux-troll
 
#14
The subtitle to this forum is-

"Got a personal legal or medical problem? Post here for some entirely confidential advice." :roll:

Perhaps it should be changed to-

"Want to rapidly assemble a crowd of morons? Post a reasonable question here, and they will come."
 
#16
robbo9 said:
yea excalty, it was a simple question
It was; a simple question that will best be answered in a Careers Office, after all, that's what they are for!

Also your written English is so atrocious that you will not get through either course IMHO...
 
#17
robbo9 said:
yea excalty, it was a simple question
From a simple person.

Complete guess for RAFP would be CP3 safe which is the minimum that you can drive on airfields.
God knows for RMP however I would reckon it would have to quite good so you don't pick up the wrong beret! Especially those with a red/green problem.

Oh, learn how to spell. It helps a lot.
 
#20
Swordsman said:
Complete guess for RAFP would be CP3 safe which is the minimum that you can drive on airfields.
Really, I'm CP4 and the RAF running the base I'm at now gave me a shiney little card that says I can drive on the airfield, although why I should wish to is another question.
 

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