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#2
Firstly your avatar is a picture of basic Air Despatch wings worn by those serving (or have served with Air Despatch and who have completed the basic Air Despatch course). 47 Air Despatch Squadron RLC isn't an airborne unit, it is an air supply unit! Secondly learn to spell AIRBORNE correctly you mong.
 
#3
firstly. i used that picture to show i wanna make it to be an air dispatcher, and secondley fuk u. is really that important how i spell AIRBORNE. O and did i say AD is airborne no. its just a name that i used.
 
#4
airbourne_is_life said:
firstly. i used that picture to show i wanna make it to be an air dispatcher, and secondley fuk u. is really that important how i spell AIRBORNE. O and did i say AD is airborne no. its just a name that i used.
You'll go far with that attitude young man. I estimate back to Winchester Station on the 22 Aug.
 
#9
airbourne_is_life said:
hey just wounderin if anybody can tell me what atr winchester is like because i start basic on the 21 august and wanna get a heads up.
Rule 1. Dont gob off.
Rule 2. Dont gob off.
Rule 3. Dont gob off.
Rule 4. If you ignore rules 1-3, you will not realise your dream of being an Air Dispatcher as you will have a couple of collapsed lungs and will not pass an aircrew medical.
 
#13
airbourne_is_life said:
firstly. i used that picture to show i wanna make it to be an air dispatcher, and secondley fuk u.
Has "fu ck" now become one of those words that is just too exhausting for textspeakers to spell in entirety, and needs to be abbreviated? Or can kids no longer actually spell the word?

That's worrying.
 
#14
I'm off to Winchester soon for my training. I've been told by a couple of people it's quite nice there. Whether you survive or not is completely down to you. By the looks of things, don't count on it.
 
#15
airbourne_is_life said:
firstly. i used that picture to show i wanna make it to be an air dispatcher, and secondley fuk u. is really that important how i spell AIRBORNE.
If you want to join the RLC then why are you going to Winchester for basic training? Admit it. You're a walter mitty type who likes to think of himself as Airborne. Having recently spent two years with 47 Air Despatch on secondment from 3 PARA, i can at least vouch for their professionalism. An excellent unit who don't take on walter mitties or mongs. I guess you're out of luck then! :wink:
 
#16
Well, id have thought spelling Airborne correctly was a fairly important thing, they tend to get touchy if you cannot spell it properly, pity you didnt stay in the chat room, moody had some choice words for you :D cnut being one of them.
 

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