RAF CATERING OFFFICER

#1
hey
this probs isnt the right place to post this but i didnt know anywhere else
im currecntly in year 11 and thinking about joing the RAF as a catering officer,however i do not know much about the job and the brouchures i have are not that helpful andat this stage i dnt want to go to a carrears office/ place.

Any help would be much appraicted
also what shoulkd of degress would be syuited etc?
thanks
 
#2
I don't think they accept immigrants, mate. Well, I assume you're an immigrant, with grammar and spelling like yours.
 
#4
teen-smiler said:
hey
this probs isnt the right place to post this but i didnt know anywhere else
im currecntly in year 11 and thinking about joing the RAF as a catering officer,however i do not know much about the job and the brouchures i have are not that helpful andat this stage i dnt want to go to a carrears office/ place.

Any help would be much appraicted
also what shoulkd of degress would be syuited etc?
thanks
So......

Much.......

Abuse.......

Filling my mind.......

Cannot express my disgust.......!



Mate, please dont be too upset, but let me get this right,

You want to be;
A an Officer
B a Crab Officer
C a Crab Officer with no combat role what so ever
D a Crab Officer who will be trained to throw cocktail parties at the whim of the station commanders wifelet



With the greatest respect, please, please find a more fitting place to ask this question,

maybe on a Royal Air Force site?

Feel free to have a look about, and realise the error of your ways, and get a :x grip :x of your career aspirations in the Armed Forces.

Ah..... better now......
 
#7
Golf_one_one said:
teen-smiler said:
hey
this probs isnt the right place to post this but i didnt know anywhere else
im currecntly in year 11 and thinking about joing the RAF as a catering officer,however i do not know much about the job and the brouchures i have are not that helpful andat this stage i dnt want to go to a carrears office/ place.

Any help would be much appraicted
also what shoulkd of degress would be syuited etc?
thanks
So......

Much.......

Abuse.......

Filling my mind.......

Cannot express my disgust.......!



Mate, please dont be too upset, but let me get this right,

You want to be;
A an Officer
B a Crab Officer
C a Crab Officer with no combat role what so ever
D a Crab Officer who will be trained to throw cocktail parties at the whim of the station commanders wifelet



With the greatest respect, please, please find a more fitting place to ask this question,

maybe on a Royal Air Force site?

Feel free to have a look about, and realise the error of your ways, and get a :x grip :x of your career aspirations in the Armed Forces.

Ah..... better now......
G11, strange as it may seem, but I was on a bus the other day, when lo and behold, there was an advert for the RAF. Nothing strange there you may think, in this time of heightened activity in the Armed Forces, jobs needing filling and the like. But no, this was an advert to join the RAF as a Steward, not the flying type, a ground based person, a fucking glorified waiter with the chance to move into the hotel style career, such as making beds and generally being a skivvy. Now I know that the RAF comes in for a lot of stick, but they are hardly helping their case with ads like this.
And breath !!!!!!!!
 
#8
saintstone said:
Golf_one_one said:
teen-smiler said:
hey
this probs isnt the right place to post this but i didnt know anywhere else
im currecntly in year 11 and thinking about joing the RAF as a catering officer,however i do not know much about the job and the brouchures i have are not that helpful andat this stage i dnt want to go to a carrears office/ place.

Any help would be much appraicted
also what shoulkd of degress would be syuited etc?
thanks
So......

Much.......

Abuse.......

Filling my mind.......

Cannot express my disgust.......!



Mate, please dont be too upset, but let me get this right,

You want to be;
A an Officer
B a Crab Officer
C a Crab Officer with no combat role what so ever
D a Crab Officer who will be trained to throw cocktail parties at the whim of the station commanders wifelet



With the greatest respect, please, please find a more fitting place to ask this question,

maybe on a Royal Air Force site?

Feel free to have a look about, and realise the error of your ways, and get a :x grip :x of your career aspirations in the Armed Forces.

Ah..... better now......
G11, strange as it may seem, but I was on a bus the other day, when lo and behold, there was an advert for the RAF. Nothing strange there you may think, in this time of heightened activity in the Armed Forces, jobs needing filling and the like. But no, this was an advert to join the RAF as a Steward, not the flying type, a ground based person, a fucking glorified waiter with the chance to move into the hotel style career, such as making beds and generally being a skivvy. Now I know that the RAF comes in for a lot of stick, but they are hardly helping their case with ads like this.
And breath !!!!!!!!
The Royal Navy still have stewards, I believe.

Litotes
 
#9
Litotes said:
saintstone said:
Golf_one_one said:
teen-smiler said:
hey
this probs isnt the right place to post this but i didnt know anywhere else
im currecntly in year 11 and thinking about joing the RAF as a catering officer,however i do not know much about the job and the brouchures i have are not that helpful andat this stage i dnt want to go to a carrears office/ place.

Any help would be much appraicted
also what shoulkd of degress would be syuited etc?
thanks
So......

Much.......

Abuse.......

Filling my mind.......

Cannot express my disgust.......!



Mate, please dont be too upset, but let me get this right,

You want to be;
A an Officer
B a Crab Officer
C a Crab Officer with no combat role what so ever
D a Crab Officer who will be trained to throw cocktail parties at the whim of the station commanders wifelet



With the greatest respect, please, please find a more fitting place to ask this question,

maybe on a Royal Air Force site?

Feel free to have a look about, and realise the error of your ways, and get a :x grip :x of your career aspirations in the Armed Forces.

Ah..... better now......
G11, strange as it may seem, but I was on a bus the other day, when lo and behold, there was an advert for the RAF. Nothing strange there you may think, in this time of heightened activity in the Armed Forces, jobs needing filling and the like. But no, this was an advert to join the RAF as a Steward, not the flying type, a ground based person, a fucking glorified waiter with the chance to move into the hotel style career, such as making beds and generally being a skivvy. Now I know that the RAF comes in for a lot of stick, but they are hardly helping their case with ads like this.
And breath !!!!!!!!
The Royal Navy still have stewards, I believe.

Litotes
My point being, Litotes, was the fact that they weren't advertising for Rockies or Ground crew, etc as well, just stewards and nothing else.
 
#10
All RAF cooks are highly trained professionals who are not only trained to cook to the highest standards, but are highly trained in weapons handling & are ready & willing to defend their stations against enemy paratroopers.

As an officer you will have management responsabilities as well.
 
#11
Top_Crab said:
All RAF cooks are highly trained professionals who are not only trained to cook to the highest standards, but are highly trained in weapons handling & are ready & willing to defend their stations against enemy paratroopers.

As an officer you will have management responsabilities as well.
-****-! You know, I've been wrong all these years about no moral fibre and esprit de corps in the trades of the RAF, how misinformed could I be?

The fat and shifty looking civvie-in-uniform RAF NCO's I see about, unable to control their blokes because 'its not my job, and I dont like the confrontation' were all highly trained in weapons handling & are ready & willing to defend their stations against enemy paratroopers

I stand corrected Sir!
 
#12
teen-smiler said:
hey
this probs isnt the right place to post this but i didnt know anywhere else
im currecntly in year 11 and thinking about joing the RAF as a catering officer,however i do not know much about the job and the brouchures i have are not that helpful andat this stage i dnt want to go to a carrears office/ place.

Any help would be much appraicted
also what shoulkd of degress would be syuited etc?
thanks
sorry i shall correct it

This probably isn't the right place to post this but i didn't know anywhere else.
I am currently in year 11 and thinking about joing the RAF as a catering officer however i do not know much about the job and the brochures i have are not that helpful and at this stage i do not want to go to a carrears office etc.

Any help would be much appraicted.
Also what sort of degress would be suited etc?
thanks


is that better??
sorry for that typing i agree it was horrific, and i am appalled and yes i am 100% english and whoever said
"hope he comes back" - or similar

he??
i do not think so
however any help would be appriceated and yes i know thats spelt wrong
 
#14
Blimey - a whole page of posts and nobody's millimetric wah-o-meter is twitching. Not even a little bit?

If not - then let's at least try and poach chaps.

RAF Catering Officer = Class 2 Soldier, probably. So - do you fancy not being an object of scorn and derision for your career? Don't join the RAF, join the Army.
 
#17
Don't forget to cut the crust off the cucumber sandwiches. Try e goat , and if you do get in keep away from those rough rockape types (unlike a certain catering officer in the car park at RAF £$%^&*@?>) :lol:
 
#18
As a RAF Catering Officer on operations OC Chips & Peas would be commanding the very latest RAF CVR(T) crewed by stewards delivering dehydrated Sodexho ration packs to the Laundry, the PX & the aircrew feeder:

 
#19
Good god is that a Combat Victualling Range (Trolley) havn't seen one of them since the great food fight of 84. Lost a large trifle down the back of Ma ams number ones and SAC trenchard never recovered the lobster thermidore from the old mans flying kit.
 
#20
For Senior Officers attending Wimbledon, Cowes & Ascot. RAF Catering Officers would be expected to work with chefs to devise hors d'oeuvres & finger food that could be eaten on the RAF Mobile Catering Unit. This feeds senior RAF Officers on their way to society events. It's known in the trade as the Weiner Mobile as it is full of willies.

 

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