Discussion in 'On Topic' started by cRaZe, Feb 7, 2007.
I can't find anything about "Accord", maybe you should look in the auto forum
Are you serious?
as serious as the finger teasing your crotch
You've seen Rudy, right?
If i'm correct, hes a guy whos talks constantly about joining the marines and had his ship date postponed for like a year.
greatest understatement of all time
jesus christ how do you dep for over a year?
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He's currently trying to defeat Accords world record.
not only did he DEP that long, he was in his own form of DEP for much longer than that, still visiting recruiters regularly , saying oo-rah all the time, learning everything there is to learn from reading about the military, sucking as much marine cock as possible, and going from a fatbodied goped geek, to a lean mean green ready to be called recruit machine...it was unreal to the rest of us...some thought it was a scam...
I can confirm he did enlist in the Marine Corps and is in boot as I type this.
In case anyone thought he might fake the letter. - you know who you are.
Just imagine how moto he will be when he returns.
Too bad he isn't there for the summer.
Sand fleas FTMFL!
We should give him a 2 week ban just for the fun of it so he will be itching to tell us all about it.
Im not even in DEP. I'm just waiting to graduate highschool and I will be gone the next week.
Be sure to give us your address.
When are you going to join DEP? Sorry for thinking more of ya!
whats the point?
the anticipation would kill him
GREAT IDEA (I was honestly and totally not being sarcastic)
Possible credit toward retirement or total commitment.
If the Marines do it the same way the AF does, Accord will retire at 20 years and have 40 on record.
Wait, wait, DEP counts towards retirement? WTF?
not sure if it counts for retirement, but it does count against the inactive portion of the cut-n-paste enlistment (4 active 4 inactive), so it might.
As it was explained to me (no documentation found) DEP counts toward active duty time AFTER you retire. So before you retire it means nothing, but they calculate your retirement based on date intitially entered uniformed service, which I is your DEP date.