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re-trading from electronics tech to vmb, is this wise?

#1
just wondering if people think this is a good decision or not? i know being a tech means better promotion, but being a vm seems alot more enjoyable! what do you people think?
 
#3
weally10 said:
just wondering if people think this is a good decision or not? i know being a tech means better promotion, but being a vm seems alot more enjoyable! what do you people think?
Brill idea, at least you dont have to learn to squat if you've already mastered that as a tech....
 
#6
Move from time promotion to competition ...
Leave a lovely warm ERV to lie in the rain under a filthy old 43/Wr/CR/LR ...
Oily hands ...
Infantry Regts ...

You're really considering it ?
 
#8
Barclays_Banker said:
Move from time promotion to competition ...
Leave a lovely warm ERV to lie in the rain under a filthy old 43/Wr/CR/LR ...
Oily hands ...
Infantry Regts ...

You're really considering it ?
You know how many "techie" sergeants there are?
 
#10
:thumright: Why not. As we're all on the same pay band you are in fact better off going for reccy mec where I think the job satisfaction is massively higher and a chance to make WO1 with out tiffy course - purely on merit.

These boys are the really intelligent ones - their path is the righteous one and we are the dumb onions scraping for Artisan promotion or enduring a pants tiffy course and probably divorce to follow.

Tech storeman also not as daft as they may appear. They also have easy promotion all the way up and lets face it a tech will shine amognst most of them.

DO IT! :thumleft:
 

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