SAS Dudes or Dudettes

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Hi I'm new on this board. I want to speak to some real live SAS people, to find out if that's the sort of thing I wanna do.

Please if you are out there reply. It will be very interesting.
 

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Oswald said:
Hi I'm new on this board. I want to speak to some real live SAS people, to find out if that's the sort of thing I wanna do.

Please if you are out there reply. It will be very interesting.
Well when I was first though the window it was kinda tight getting past the rest.
 
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Dont listen to him,i was first through the window.he was stuck on his line.The boathouse is the colour *******(OPSEC).The black nasty over the eyes is a pain in the ARRSE when jumping out of planes.come to think about it,everything is.
 
#7
Does she enjoy it?

I've got a few questions...

Are the working hours long? I live on an estate in Leyton and don't want to leave my wife and kids alone for too long.

I'm quite healthy, I eat well, but am worried if late thirties is too old. I feel young though.
 
#9
It’s pretty much nine to five. She's normally home in time to cook my dinner - or else!!

Late thirties should be OK - you get special dispensation if you’re over 35.
 
#10
Oswald,

If anyone on this site is a genuine member of the Surrey Ambulance Service, they will certainly not be prepared to chat about it on an internet discussion forum. I'm afraid that you will draw a complete blank here.

Friends, and relatives is the only way to go here.

SLR (Not to be confused with SLR Boy).
 
#11
As a fully paid up memeber of the Sock knitters ASsociation i would be more that happy to discuss the finer points of turning a heel
 
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Oswald said:
Are the working hours long? I live on an estate in Leyton and don't want to leave my wife and kids alone for too long.

I'm quite healthy, I eat well, but am worried if late thirties is too old. I feel young though.
It depends on whether you would like to be aircrew or cabin crew, but I believe an elementary grasp of Scandinavian may be beneficial:

Link.
 
#13
You have got to admit, Swedish Airline Service does have some tidy looking cabin crew, I dont think many of them are in their late 30's though.
 
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Oswald said:
Hi I'm new on this board. I want to speak to some real live SAS people, to find out if that's the sort of thing I wanna do.

Please if you are out there reply. It will be very interesting.
Meet me by the boathouse at 2300.
 
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jack-daniels said:
Oswald said:
Hi I'm new on this board. I want to speak to some real live SAS people, to find out if that's the sort of thing I wanna do.

Please if you are out there reply. It will be very interesting.
Meet me by the boathouse at 2300.
Will you be wearing the high heels and stockings again JD?
 
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Oswald said:
don't want to leave my wife and kids alone for too long.
Why not all join together, I'm sure F (families) Squadron will be more than happy to have you.
Kit your clan out in old school dessy boots and North Face T's, and get down your local. The Regiment recruiter (theres one in every pub) will have you on the bus before you can say "Leave off Trevor!!"
 
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scotlass said:
jack-daniels said:
Oswald said:
Hi I'm new on this board. I want to speak to some real live SAS people, to find out if that's the sort of thing I wanna do.

Please if you are out there reply. It will be very interesting.
Meet me by the boathouse at 2300.
Will you be wearing the high heels and stockings again JD?
Of course and a nice floral pattern scarf.
 
#19
I find this thread extremely insulting to myself and the nine thousand eight hundred and seventy six mates of mine who were on the balcony of the embassy. Do not carry this any further because there's at least one of us in every pub.
 
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