I'm just pulling your leg, before you make your mind have a good thinkThats not fair, I can't argue without sounding like a crazy person now.
Thanks for the kind words but I have my heart set on the army.I'm just pulling your leg, before you make your mind have a good think
about what you want to do, it's a big commitment joining the armed forces,
try to pick something you'd be happy doing, what ever you decide I wish you
Now join the frecking Air Force
You'll be doing what you are told.
‘If you are into climbing and AT . Volunteer for every course you can get on. As an Instructor you can do what the hell you want.Personally, about 21 years ago But for you, couple times a year. More frequently if you become an instructor. Or never, if you’re not that interested in it. You can do pretty much what you want in terms of sport or AT, but you have to show the interest, it’s unlikely you’ll be ordered to go climbing, for example. But if you want to go climbing, join the climbing club in your garrison. Or a nearby one if there isn’t one. If you’re in B Coy and A Coy are having an AT week, ask if you can go with them because climbing is your thing. The Army run courses to qualify people as Mountain Leaders (or whatever they’re called this week). You get a free week on the piss climbing mountains. Get paid for it in fact. What’s not to like?