Training in The HAC

#1
I had thought about training to become an officer when I leave Uni and then join the HAC, but on their website I noticed they say that officers drop rank to join so that made me think manybe it's better if I enlist with HAC as a trooper rather than an officer?

Therefore I have some questions.

a. How long does training in the HAC last?

b. What kind of training is available?

c. How long after training before I would be sent to serve in Afghanistan
or Iraq?

d. Can I specialise in the HAC?

e. Will I get to learn how to use foreign weapons?

I know I've asked a lot of questions but I think they are good questions to as before I decide what to do for certain.
 
#4
Good questions, sadly I cannot answer them.
But I fear you may have opened a mahoosive can of worms :D

What makes you think you will be using foreign weapons?
 
#5
Look here, if you have nothing sensible to contribute to this thread then don't bother, the questions I've posed are serious because I keep reading all kinds of conflicting information.
 
G

Goku

Guest
#8
a. How long does training in the HAC last?
How long is a piece of string?

b. What kind of training is available?
All kinds of warry stuff, ask about the under water knife fighting course, it’s well worth it.

c. How long after training before I would be sent to serve in Afghanistan or Iraq?
In this current political climate no one is sent anywhere, but if you ask to play sand castles you just might be allowed. However if you pass the underwater knife fighting course I mentioned earlier you’ll become indispensable in a desert environment and they’ll be sure to send you… possibly without you even knowing

d. Can I specialise in the HAC?
Hand jobs And Cum faces? I believe that’s part of selection/

e. Will I get to learn how to use foreign weapons?
Who told you ours were bonk? That’s supposed to be classified 8O
 
#10
suits_U said:
Serious question, why would it make sense?
The A2, the minimi, GPMG are all good reliable weapons.
a. Because you might lose your weapon/run out of your own ammunition.

b. The soiund retort or different weapons are distinctive.

c. It's good to know other weapons if you train with troops of other
countries.
 

Mr Happy

LE
Moderator
#12
Plunge

A. 6 months basic training includes 6 weekends, 9 day camp and every Tuesday night.
B. what do you want?
C. If you speak arabic, pretty damn quickly after you've been attested! Going to hot/sandy places would probably depend on what trade you want to go down and if there is a need for that trade when you get there.
D. in what?
E. weapons familiarisation courses exist (for the whole army) but there is no formal instruction on a regular basis. AK47's work straight out of the box though!
 
#14
tapx2 said:
suits_U said:
Serious question, why would it make sense?
The A2, the minimi, GPMG are all good reliable weapons.
a. Because you might lose your weapon/run out of your own ammunition.

b. The soiund retort or different weapons are distinctive.

c. It's good to know other weapons if you train with troops of other
countries.

I have a subtle feeling you will fit right in...............
 
#15
Mr Happy said:
Plunge

A. 6 months basic training includes 6 weekends, 9 day camp and every Tuesday night.
B. what do you want?
C. If you speak arabic, pretty damn quickly after you've been attested! Going to hot/sandy places would probably depend on what trade you want to go down and if there is a need for that trade when you get there.
D. in what?
E. weapons familiarisation courses exist (for the whole army) but there is no formal instruction on a regular basis. AK47's work straight out of the box though!
Oh please God, noooooo!!!

Tap2x is a wah and a troll - please do not feed!
 
#18
tapx2, if you're any good at Counter Strike (and I sense that you might be), I don't see why you'd need training in foreign weapons. Just crack on.
 

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