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Whats the difference ?

#1
Hi I'm new to all the forum thing.
i have just started to apply for the army and just finished my barb test.
I'm going for my Maths and English test tomorrow.

I'm really interested in joining the signals but i was just wondering
whats the difference between the communications system operator and the communications system engineer?

Thanks James
 
#3
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer


Got it now ;)
 
#5
Dammj said:
Do the operators get to go on patrols with infantry etc?
Does your mum take it up the wrong'en?
Probably depends on his girth/length.

Corps is the same, you may well do with some units be Tac Sig or deploy with BRF.
There are many different scenarios and options for all trades as well as numerous chances to support other elements within the military.
Ask again after training.

P.S She did with me.
 
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Bollock-chops said:
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
Operator - Engineer
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Got it now ;)
Operator----Engineer.

Break it---- non 252- fix it.
Break it---- non 252- fix it.
break it---- 252-fix it. PM & N. Have a chat with the OC, (No coffee. no chair, but a little bit of drill).
 
#8
ThomasFowler said:
Dammj said:
Do the operators get to go on patrols with infantry etc?
Why do people always ask this when looking to join a Corps?

Mate if you want to go on patrol with the Infantry, then just join the Infantry.
Because they want to go on a patrol but not just everyday! Gives some people peace of mind that they're nails or something. :)
 
#10
Fallschirmjager said:
ThomasFowler said:
Dammj said:
Do the operators get to go on patrols with infantry etc?
Why do people always ask this when looking to join a Corps?

Mate if you want to go on patrol with the Infantry, then just join the Infantry.
Because they want to go on a patrol but not just everyday! Gives some people peace of mind that they're nails or something. :)
We never went out on patrols every day, oh, wait a minute! :p
 
#15
operator now has knob twiddling finger ,nailed to knob :eek:

engineer now chats to twiddling knober, :soldier:

operator sees that twiddling knobs mite be a wrong career 8O

engineer informs twiddler that spactards need not apply :soldier:
 
#16
Fallschirmjager said:
ThomasFowler said:
Dammj said:
Do the operators get to go on patrols with infantry etc?
Why do people always ask this when looking to join a Corps?

Mate if you want to go on patrol with the Infantry, then just join the Infantry.
Because they want to go on a patrol but not just everyday! Gives some people peace of mind that they're nails or something. :)
a spades a spade and a remfs a remf hey? You've been drinking with my brother again havent you!
 

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