RLC Cyprus

#1
I need some help. I am about to fill in my posting preference. I have twice before tried for a posting in Cyprus, and have had no luck.
Please can anyone tell me if there are any postings out there for RLC store supplier.
Thankyou in advance
 
#2
Do you think it would be easier to speak to your RCMO, or failling that phone Cyprus and speak to the chief stacker?
Thats were you'll find help fella, not here, otherwise we would all be in bloody cyprus!
 
#3
If you don't know you don't deserve it.

Do some groundwork and earn your sunshine posting
 
#5
dingerr said:
If you don't know you don't deserve it.

Do some groundwork and earn your sunshine posting
Cheers Dingerr

I was asking for advice!!!! Done ground work before, for cyprus and got Germany after spending hours on the phone, unfortuately i am not in a sleepy hollow. This is the first time i have used this site, and just thought it was a good way of finding units and asking advice. I did not expect to be critisied.

Thank you anyway have a nice day
 
#6
starlight1219 said:
dingerr said:
If you don't know you don't deserve it.

Do some groundwork and earn your sunshine posting
Cheers Dingerr

I was asking for advice!!!! Done ground work before, for cyprus and got Germany after spending hours on the phone, unfortuately i am not in a sleepy hollow. This is the first time i have used this site, and just thought it was a good way of finding units and asking advice. I did not expect to be critisied.

Thank you anyway have a nice day
Is Germany not good enough? Although the thought of Cyprus has always been a "wanted posting" of mine, I have never asked for it.. I find expectation brings disappointment..

Good Luck....

PS. You didn't spell Criticised correctly!! :thumright:
 
#8
billysuenath9410 said:
i am a rlc driver cpl. does any one know of vacancies in cyprus that i could apply for
With your skills for resurrecting old threads it should be piss easy for you to find any driver posts out there.
 
#9
At least he used the Search Function...
 
#10
strima said:
billysuenath9410 said:
i am a rlc driver cpl. does any one know of vacancies in cyprus that i could apply for
With your skills for resurrecting old threads it should be piss easy for you to find any driver posts out there.
You can have my job if you want



Oh wait !...I'm not there anymore...in fact haven't been there for a while........
so my job may already have been taken. :soldier:
 
#12
T/J/LeGg said:
what do the lads do out in cyprus is it just exercise's ?
They work until one o'clock, then they go down the beach for the afternoon until the kebab restaurants open.

Some do Sailing or windsurfing as exercising, some just exercise their right arm :)
 
#13
Hairy_Fairy said:
T/J/LeGg said:
what do the lads do out in cyprus is it just exercise's ?
They work until one o'clock, then they go down the beach for the afternoon until the kebab restaurants open.

Some do Sailing or windsurfing as exercising, some just exercise their right arm :)


right where do i sign :D haha
 
#14
Mr_Deputy said:
Spank-It I think he is looking for driving work not Village People tribute bands on ships. :? :D

Good One - ya twat :) :)

Twas on the goodship Sir Gallahad that we decided to make up a singing/dancing troupe called "A Merry Gay Band of Men" - waaaay before the Village People nicked our idea :p
 
#15
Hairy_Fairy said:
T/J/LeGg said:
what do the lads do out in Cyprus is it just exercise's ?
They work until one o'clock, then they go down the beach for the afternoon until the kebab restaurants open.

Some do Sailing or windsurfing as exercising, some just exercise their right arm :)
Fcuk me Hairy fairy - you WERE there :)

Not sure what they get up to now but that's basically it. 58Sqn (RAF Akrotiri) worked from 5am to 1pm

then get the afternoon off, then hit the beaches until the restaurants started serving alcohol. :)

Best of all we could use the Sqn civvy van to get us to the beaches on time 8)

 
#16
Spank-it said:
Hairy_Fairy said:
T/J/LeGg said:
what do the lads do out in Cyprus is it just exercise's ?
They work until one o'clock, then they go down the beach for the afternoon until the kebab restaurants open.

Some do Sailing or windsurfing as exercising, some just exercise their right arm :)
Fcuk me Hairy fairy - you WERE there :)

Not sure what they get up to now but that's basically it. 58Sqn (RAF Akrotiri) worked from 5am to 1pm then get the afternoon off, then hit the beaches until the restaurants started serving alcohol. :)

Best of all we could use the Sqn civvy van to get us to the beaches on time 8)
I was there :) Signals though - we didn't start until 6:30/7 though!

I was an ARABS man myself - we were a small troop and the wives would already be there to meet us, the rest of us car pooling.

Chris's Kebab restaurant for a good scoff, then back to the troop bar to get ratted on cheap beer, try and get some sleep and up at silly o'clock to start it all over again...

Happy days indeed.
 
#17
Spank-it.

Hanging around by the docks is a life-style choice not a career
 
#19
It might be Micky Mouse now, but it WAS awesome in its day. I was lucky enough to be offered a two year permanent posting, not many get that offer.

January - Skiing on Mt Troodos in the morning-sunning on the beach in the afternoon. 8) 8)
 

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