Difference between Intelligence in the Army, Airforce, Navy.

Discussion in 'Int Corps' started by HappyH, Jun 20, 2012.

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  1. Howdy,
    I know I'm going to get a slap on the wrist for a stupid question, but, I was looking at becoming a linguist in the military and I've been looking at the Army and the Airforce. Officially I have had trouble finding information about the Intelligence Linguist for the Army (this forum has been an invaluable source of data), while for the Airforce I have several pages from the AFCO. Could someone cure me of this naivety ? I know that there is going to be a similarity and difference between Intelligence Analyst Voice And Intelligence Linguist, but to what extent are the roles different/similar. Thanks for your time.
     
  2. You failed at the first hurdle.



    Army = Military

    RAF = The militant wing of British Airways
     
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  3. Failed twice.

    That would be Royal Air Force or RAF. Never Airforce!
     
  4. Thread title = oxymoron.

    There isn't any.
     
  5. Thread title = oxymoron.

    There isn't any.
     
  6. Not including BA's strewardesses, who can be bunch of bitches (according to a BA pilot couple I did some work for)
     
  7. Ok, this is what is known as an Oxymoron, 'Armed Forces Intellegence Services'
    The army ones are not known as green slime for nothing.
     
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  8. No. This is an Oxo, moron.

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    Oh, sorry. Oxymoron. I've been drafting a letter and my screen's dotted with Tippex...
     
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  9. Wordsmith

    Wordsmith LE Book Reviewer

    I believe it was Aldous Huxley who pointed out that the Encyclopaedia Britannica contained three entries for intelligence:

    - Intelligence: Human
    - Intelligence: Animal
    - Intelligence: Military

    Wordsmith
     
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  10. Don't even bother looking into a career as an Int An (V). That trade will die on its arrse in the next 2-3 years, as they have all been briefed in recent months. A number of the younger more agile RAF linguists have already jumped ship. Some are transferring to join the Intelligence Corps and a few were selected to re-trade to Int An (Any). The remainder of the lazy fat bastards are just going to kick back and wait to die.

    As for RNCT linguists, they are just cnuts.
     
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  11. Alright, thanks for your help guys :)
     
  12. well "Intelligence Analyst Voice" is an anagram of "canoeing in testicle valley"...

    whereas "Intelligence Linguist" is an anagram of "it's elite clunge lining"

    hope this helps in your decision making :wink:
     
  13. I wish I'd had advice of that high standard when I joined up.
     
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  14. You and I both Rebel - and I wish we had the foresight to buy the previous month's Puzzler Magazine before we went to Loughborough with Tony Cheddar for the potential darksider assessments - like another member of our Squad who thankfully provided us with the answers !! How many did we lose to the Analists anyway ?
     
  15. Only a few were willing to accept the proposition, "we will tell you about the job once you've agreed to take it".