BB, does that mean that some of us will have to sober up at some point?
Keen as fuck, might have the odd nause moment while he's there, but so does everyone. Good luck mate, just remember to channel the keenness into the right areas.STAB-fusilier said:cheers all,
i really cant wait, until i am fully trained and i am able to say im a british soldier! (might sound a bit sad!) thank you for the sound advice lads!
Top point. Information and knowledge isn't a something which needs to be kept in a box and monitored constantly in case someone wants some. It's best shared out and the assuming you are modest about it, the best thing is that it will make your firepair/fireteam/section etc far more capable both as individuals but more importantly collectively.JonnoJonno said:Good list. Don't forget to get a hair cut, and DEFINATELY get a neck shave- they pull you up on that at first muster parade. Also spread the advice you get on here to your muckers. The fewer mongs you have in your section the more time the DS will have to teach you stuff.
They have - dozens of times, on a number of different threads. There is even a wiki entry for it.STAB-fusilier said:cheers KF,
i bought my boots because I alpine walk and orienteer so killing two birds with one stone eh!. as for showing professional courtesy, thats all well and good, but i came on here because i thought that the members would be able to help/advise. not ridicule.
i will make sure i have a hair cut and so on JJ.