who are you?


Well-Known Member
Apr 29, 2002
Rank/Last Name
Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe?
MOS - numbers and name, and military description would be cool too (i just googled to find mine)
time in service (specify if combo active/reserve/deployment)
current unit
whered you go to boot camp/tech school?
deployments? if so where?
two cents?

Lance Corporal Fodee (e-3)
United States Marine Corps Reserve
0351 Infantry (Assaultman) - The assaultman is responsible for the tactical employment of the shoulder-launched multipurpose assault weapon (SMAW), and the Dragon medium assault antitank weapon. Assaultmen provide antibunker and antiarmor fire in support of the rifle squads/platoons/companies and the infantry battalion, and are located in the weapons platoons and weapons companies of the infantry battalion. Noncommissioned officers are assigned as gunners and team, squad, and section leaders.
Jan 2005 - present
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The trouser snake is very aggressive. It will corn
Nov 15, 2004
Panama City, FL
TSgt E-6/Last Name Witheld
Air Force AD
3C271 Tech Control
3D172 Cyber Transport
Monitors and controls performance of networks and communications-computer systems (C-CS). Coordinates their configuration, operation, restoration, and service improvements. Analyzes their capabilities and performance, identifies problems, and takes corrective action. Directs and makes operational adjustments to C-CS equipment.

January will be 10 years
Current unit is at Tyndall AFB
Marksmanship? I haven't qual'd (tested) since basic.
Boot= Lackland AFB (only one boot in AF)/ techschool Keesler AFB
No deps
I plan on staying in.
I like cake.
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New Member
Nov 21, 2003
SGT Haley
Active Army
31B - Military Police
4 Years
549th MP Co
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Mosul, Iraq - Dec '06-Dec '07; Bum Fuck Afghanistan - Now
Ready to get out and move on with my life.
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Active Member
Apr 13, 2004
Del Valle, TX
SrA E-4/Last Name Witheld
Air Force AD
3C251 Tech Control
Monitors and controls performance of networks and communications-computer systems (C-CS). Coordinates their configuration, operation, restoration, and service improvements. Analyzes their capabilities and performance, identifies problems, and takes corrective action. Directs and makes operational adjustments to C-CS equipment.

Feb will be 4 years
Current unit is at Keesler AFB
Marksmanship? I haven't qual'd (tested) since basic.
Boot= Lackland AFB (only one boot in AF)/ techschool Keesler AFB
No deps
I plan on staying in. Currently though it looks like to do that and be able to reenlist i'll have to crosstrain into another field, maybe i'll go 2E2.


16-bit Ninja
OT Supporter
Apr 3, 2002
MM2 Kroupa (E-5)
Active Duty Navy
Machinist Mate 2nd Class, Nuclear Field: Nuclear-trained MMs, EMs and ETs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. The character of NF jobs is mentally stimulating and offers career growth. The NF provides opportunities to work closely with specialists in the nuclear, technology, and engineering fields.
4 yr 2 mo.s Active duty so far
Currently aboard USS Henry M Jackson
PFT = Good Low
Boot camp: Great Lakes, IL
MM "A" School: Goose Creek, SC, 3 Months
Nuke Power School: Goose Creek, SC, 6 months
Prototype:Goose Creek, SC, 6 months
USS Nebraska 1 TAD patrol
USS Henry M Jackson 3.5 yrs
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LCpl Shmukatelli
AD Marine Corps
0481 - Landing Support Specalist: [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Summary. Landing support specialists perform various duties pertaining to the establishment, maintenance and control of transportation throughput systems on beaches, landing zones, ports (air and sea), and terminals (rail, truck, and container) used in support of MAGTF exercises and operations. NCOs and SNCOs plan, conduct and supervise landing support training. Furthermore, they assist deploying MAGTFs, specifically the embarkation officer, in the throughput of unit personnel and materials.[/FONT]

1 Year, 3 Months AD
Boot Camp: Parris Island
MCT: Camp Geiger, NC
School: Camp Johnson, NC
Deployments: Japan, Korea, Thailand, Philipines
Two Cents: Eh
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Active Member
Nov 15, 2004
I'm nothing special

Active DEP Army
11x (11X isn't actually an MOS (military cccupation speciality). Instead, it's an enlistment option. The Army does not offer a guaranteed job for any specific infantry MOS. Instead, one must enlist as an 11X. The "X" means that the specific job is not known at the time of enlistment. Individuals who enlist under the 11X Infantry option attend Infantry OSUT (One Station Unit Training), which combines Army Basic Training and Infantry AIT (Advanced Individual Training), all in one 17-week course. During that training, recruits are allowed to list their specific infantry job preferences, but ultimate assignments are determined by the needs of the Army. Upon graduation from OSUT, recruits are assigned to either 11B: Infantryman or 11C: Indirect Fire Infantryman. )
Shipping within a month
Boot and AIT in Fort Benning, GA
2 cents: just got home an hour ago, i passed my e-2 promoting pt test.


PFC Wykrent
United States Marine Corps (R)
MOS - 30xx
Supply administration and operations clerks perform every facet of ground supply administration and operations. These Marines must be able to accomplish the technical duties in retail and wholesale supply accounting within every Marine Corps activity and unit. They Operate personal computers, multimedia data entry, scanning and retrieval systems functions, generate routine reports, and perform technical research functions for customer inquiries, in addition to requisition and procurement processing. They maintain and prepare necessary accounting and supply documents, maintain custody records, perform reconciliations, and take timely action to ensure corrective action of problem areas. They solve data output interpretation problems or contact appropriate sources to resolve questionable areas. :mamoru:
April 2005 - Present
current unit- 1/24 "Terror from the North" Detroit / Selfridge.
PFT- 282
Rifle m-16a2: Expert 225pts
Boot Camp Parris Island, SC
MCT: California
MOS: Johnson


Deployment: Fallujah, Iraq
Iraq Combat MOS: 0311 Rifleman
Attached to Security Platoon
Duties preformed:
-Vehicle Commander
-240G/B Turret Gunner
-Tower Sentry
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New Member
Aug 14, 2005
The LDS Republic of Mormony
Special Agent Porter
71S - The Special Investigations Career Area encompasses the functions of program formulation and policy planning; control and direction of investigations involving possible acts of espionage, sabotage, treason, and other subversive acts; investigation of major violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and applicable federal statutes, and violations of public trust, such as fraud, bribery, and other criminal irregularities, with particular reference to the procurement or disposition of government property; conduct of background investigations of Department of Defense personnel in overseas areas at the request of the Defense Investigative Service; and conduct of special inquiries directed by competent authority.
7.5 yrs.
AFOSI Det. 225, Holloman AFB, NM
Expert M-16, Expert M-9, Expert M-11
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynco, GA
Enroute to Balad in 2 months. . .
two cents.. - If everyone gave me their two cents I'd be a millionare. . .


IED Hunter
OT Supporter
Nov 23, 2004
A bad place
Current: E-6/SSG
Army National Guard
01/2006 - Present
3-172IN (MTN)
Combat deployments:
- Baghdad/Sadr City, Iraq
- Paktya Province, Afghanistan
- Kandahar Province, Afghanistan

12B Combat Engineer
  • Prepares and installs priming and firing systems for demolition and explosives.
  • Arms, disarms, and installs anti–personnel and anti–tank mines.
  • Locates mines by visual means or by using a mine detector.
  • Recognizes and neutralizes booby traps, friendly and threat mines, and firing devices. Places explosives and clears misfires.
  • Directs a mine-clearing line charge loading team.
  • Directs minefield marking party and dispensing operation of mine scattering systems.
  • Conducts reconnaissance operations, determines limiting slopes, curves, stream velocity, and gap widths.
  • Conducts the maneuver of a squad in a patrol.
  • Directs minefield installation, removal, and submits minefield reports.
  • Conducts breaching operations.
  • Collects data and calculates the requirement for explosives and related material.
12B Recon Sergeant (E6)
  • The Recon Sergeant is responsible for tracking route status, improvised explosive devices (IEDs) found or detonated, and engineer assets on the battlefield. Recon sergeants are responsible for locating and reporting enemy engineer obstacles and identifying bypasses. Additionally, they are experts in route and engineer reconnaissance, this includes gathering critical data about bridges, fording sites, and assets along routes that would be useful in engineer missions.
    • Advise the commander.
    • Track the status of all routes.
    • Coordinate, track, and make recommendations on force protection measures.
    • Assist the S-2.
    • Oversee the cache collection point.
    • Track enemy IED activity.
    • Gather essential data on routes within sector.
    • Report composition of enemy obstacles and bypass locations.
Battalion Battle NCO
  • Provides technical and doctrinal advice to the S3 and commander.
  • Serves as shift NCOIC for main Command Post.
  • Supervises MCS/CPOF operators.
  • Prepares main Command Post for orders, drills, briefs, and rehearsals.
  • Executes Command Post security and movement.
  • Briefs attachments on TOC standing operating procedures (SOPs).
Currently in Afghanistan doing things I can't talk about.
Two Cents: Army > Air Force x 11ty

Prior Service: E-5/SSGT

1978 - 1983 (active)
1987-1989 (reserve)
  • 322X2b Tactical/Real-Time Avionic Sensor Systems
    • Maintains, repairs, inspects, or supervises maintenance actions on avionic sensor systems equipment.
    • Infrared detection sets, closed circuit and low light or all light level television, optical cameras, data display sets, infrared mapping sets, videotape and digital recorders, laser target designator, laser receivers, terrain following radar, sensor control systems, and associated support equipment.
  • Active Duty: 1978 - 1983; Reserves: late 80's.
  • Main duty station: RAF Bentwaters, UK, with TDY's throughout Europe.
  • Tech School: Lowry AB, Denver, CO.
  • My AFSC (322X2B) is no longer active. The latest version of it is 2A1X1, which is what I copied the description from.
  • Two cents: My nickname was "Zap". I earned it by having two electronic test units literally blow up in my face. One of my claims to fame was that I was "influential in the field trials of a laser targeting system prototype." (Part of the Pave Penny system used on the A-10.)
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New Member
Jan 31, 2005
United Stated Marine Corps, out for 6 years
2841/ ground radio repair
Active '95-'99 talking to recruiter about going back in
Main duty station: Camp Lejuene NC
4 award expert rifle, 4 award expert pistol(2 years on battalion rifle/pistol team)
I love it, didn't realise how shitty the civilian world is, gots to go back. I was 21 when I got out and no idea what life was like out here. I hate all the slackers that are out here. I just want to light them up for being stupid but can't its so touchy feely out here it sucks, I'm going back


OT Supporter
Aug 10, 2001
San Diego
*Edited for Fucking Fags*

Deployments: Phillipines, Korea, Thailand and now Iraq
2 Cents: Fuck the Corps as much as you can cause it will fuck you as long as you're in it and probably long afterwards as well, :run: .... and I plan to do 20 ... :mamoru:
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Active Member
Jan 19, 2004
Rank/Name: E-3 Lance Corporal / withheld.
Branch: United States Marine Corps
MOS: 0351 Assaultman/Demolitions
TIS: 1 year
Current unit: Withheld
PFT: 287
Rifle: 209
Boot Camp: MCRD Parris Island
Deployments: 6 weeks and counting
Two cents: Go fuck yourself
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Active Member
Sep 9, 2004
FCC(SW)/withheld (E-7)

US Navy Active

1101/1102/9526/9527 FFG Class gun and missile fire control system (radar/computers/display/all that assorted nonsense) 2M miniature/micro electronics repair technician

12.5 years

Great Lakes IL for Boot/Core/A-Schooling
San Diego CA for class C Schooling (mk 92/2M)

Deployments: 6 deployments, including 4 in/from 7th fleet, and 2 of them in 6th...
wearing silver on the deployment ribbons kinda makes me :hs:
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Rank/Last Name SSgt Noneyabiz
Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe? AF AD
MOS - 3E5x1 (google it there is to much to put) Right now I am the only EA at fairford and I runt he geobase shop plus a full list of extra duties that come with being on a base of 200 AF.
time in service 6 years 4 months
current unit - 420 CES
PFT/marksmanship - Marksman in m16 and m9 (ce shoots yearly)
whered you go to boot camp/tech school? Lackland and FT lenoard wood missouri for tech
deployments? if so where? 01 Mar-June PSAB Saudi, oct 02 - april 03 - Saudi, march -jun 04, Qatar AL Udeid AB (few other secret locations to build bare bases that I cant talk about)
two cents? dont eat yellow snow


The grey fixer
Dec 2, 2001
Colorado Springs, CO
SSgt. Johnson (E-5)
Air Force, Active Duty
Current AFSC: 2A676 - Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Systems Craftsman.
In January I will be cross-training into 1A3x1 - Airborne Communications and Electronics Systems which recently just merged with 1A5x1 - Airborne Mission Systems.
6 years in, just re-enlisted for another 5
Currently with the 435 Material Maintenance Squadron at Sembach Annex, Germany
Bootcamp was at Lackland AFB, TX. Tech-school was at Sheppard AFB, TX. For my new AFSC, I'll be going to Basic Aircrew Training at Lackland, SERE and Water Survival at Fairchild AFB, WA; and then my actual tech-school at Keesler AFB, Mississippi.
Deployed to Karshi-Khanabad, Uzbekistan for three months in support of OEF.


right near da beach, Boiiiii
Nov 21, 2004
Ewa Beach, HI
Rank/Last Name Former E-5 Sgt,Civilian now / Domec
Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe? Army Nat Guard, Active

MOS - 11B (Infantry ground) 11M (mech Infantry) 31S ( Satellite communication)
time in service, 2 guard, 4 active

current unit N/A last unit was 125th Sig 25 Infantry Div Schofeild Barracks, Hawaii

PFT/marksmanship: Max APFT score, expert on marksmanship

whered you go to boot camp/tech school? Basic/ AIT was at Ft Benning, Sat Comm school was Ft Gordon

deployments? too many to list

202 Stroker

We watch the lightning crack over cane fields ..
Aug 20, 2001
NSW, Australia
Rank/Last Name : Sub Lt/withheld
Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe? : Submarine Arm, Royal Australian Navy (retired)
MOS - : Marine Engineer Officer ; As a Marine Engineering Officer, you are the technical authority on board ship and responsible for the ship's structures, propulsion systems, electrical generation and distribution, domestic and associated mechanical services. Your responsibilities will also include the main and auxiliary machinery, engines, automatic and remote control systems, hydraulics, air conditioning and refrigeration, ventilation systems and electrical power generation and conversion equipment.
time in service : 2 years
current unit : HMAS Dechaineux ,

whered you go to boot camp/tech school?:HMAS CRESWELL at Jervis Bay on the NSW south coast (Officers/Basic), HMAS CERBERUS at Western Port, Victoria (tech)
deployments? if so where? mainly Australian Defence Force exercises, operations and the government's strategic directives.:sleep:
two cents? Life is hard on a sub , but it's also damn rewarding
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OT Supporter
Oct 8, 2005
Active Duty Army
25S - Tactical Satellite Communications Operator/Maintainer
2 Years, 10 Months
A. Co. 307th Intergrated Theatre Signal Batallion, Fort Richardson, AK
216 on the APFT (Scared of my next one), 38/40 Marksmanship (M16)
Basic: Relaxin' Jackson/AIT: Fort Gordon
Deployments: Iraq
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we need a montage!!
May 19, 2000
Rapid City, SD
2.5 years in
AFSC: 12F1G (Bomber Navigator)
Aeronautical Rating: Navigator
Quals: Weapons Systems Officer/Electronic Warfare Officer
Job: B-1B WSO, currently waiting to start Initial Qualification Course
28th Bomb Sq (ACC)
Dyess AFB, TX


I will ebay O/T!
Oct 5, 2005
Brentwood, TN
A1C Medically Seperated/Finney
Air Force/Vet
2E251 - Computer Network and Cyrpto; Helped ensure the lines of communications for the computer networks of Stratcomm in Offutt AFB; Monitored IDS Systems; Firewall admistration; Event Logging; honeypotting, router-switch admin, blah blah, lots of crap.
2.5 Years
I was USAF, it doesn't matter.
Lackland/Keesler for 8 months
I am a self-proclaimed expert in the field of MEB/PEB and the process of, as well as anything involving VA Benefits.


OT Supporter
Jul 8, 2005
Oklahoma City
AC2 (e5) Park,
USN Active
Air Traffic Controller, 6902 NEC (Carrier Controller). guess what my description is. was also an operations specialist. basically tracked surface contacts on a radar scope
been in 7years 2 months
currently assigned to USS Harry S. Truman CVN-75
PFT? i passed.
Pistol-236 out of a possible 240
Rifle-28 out of a possible 30 (first two shots the sights were off)
went to boot camp at Great Mistakes, IL. school in both damn neck, va and pcola, fl
3 six month mediterranean/gulf deployments. visited numerous nations, and a year long trip to diego garcia in '02/'03
my .02-shoulda gone to college. i miss getting stoned.


New Member
Oct 10, 2005
Trooper Pooper
MOS - R013
Armoured Soldier serves as a member of the crew of an armoured fighting vehicle (AFV). His or her primary duties are to operate and maintain the AFV, its weapon systems, and its communication equipment. There are the armoured, and the armoured recce divisions to this. I am the latter.
Joined: 28 Sept 04
Canadian Forces, unit withheld
21/25 (It's a grouping score)
32 CBG Battle School for BMQ and CFB Meaford for SQ
No Deployments, but planning on the ROTO 07 for Afganistan.
two cents? Two cents dropped from CN tower is a WoMD.


Not right... in the head.
Feb 8, 2002
Japan again, Kanagawa-ken
(Former) Corporal mrmephistopheles (E4)
United States Marine Corps (Inactive Reserve)
5811 Military Police - I'm the guy who checks your ID at the gate, busts up your fight at the club, inspects your car at a random checkpoint and gets to cuff you when you're beating your wife.
21 Sep 98 - 21 Sep 02 (Active)
March 03- June 03 (Recalled from Reserve)
July 03 - April 06 (waiting for contract to expire)
Camp Couch, Golf Co. NCOIC of Television and Refrigerator Depts
PFT: -4000 (Highest was ~275?)
Rifle: Expert x 3 (when I was active)
Pistol: Expert x 5 (when I was active)
Boot Camp: Parris Island, SC
School of Infantry: Camp Geiger, NC
MOS School: Fort McClellan, AL (now closed Army base, MP school is now at Fort Leonard-Wood, MO) (known to residents as Fort McMuffin and Fort Lost-in-the-Woods, respectively)

Currently in Japan with my AD Navy wife.

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