who are you?

L Shaped Ambush

Active Member
Oct 8, 2006
2/7 G Co.
MCRD San Diego/Camp Pendleton
Balu Bulak, Farah Province, Afghanistan, OEF 2008
two cents?
Oct 24, 2000
ENS Park
Active USN
Student Naval Aviator. Don't know what I want to fly yet
time in service: Total of 5 years now. 4 years as Enlisted, 1 as an Officer
Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom. deployed with USS Carl Vinson and USS Nimitz. Airwing 11
Currently in VT-6 but was part of VFA-97 as Enlisted
PFT: Passed
Navy OCS in Newport RI, API in NAS Pensacola, Primary in NAS Whiting, Great Lakes for Enlisted Bootcamp and AD school also in NAS Pensacola
two cents? Don't take NO for an answer!:wavey:


servus publicae
OT Supporter
Aug 30, 2002
Dayton, OH
SrA Long (E-4)
Air Force, Active Duty
2G051 - Logistics Planner (base deployment manager)
3 years TIS
436 Air Wing - Logistics Readiness Squadron, Dover Air Force Base, Delaware
Basic Training and Tech School in Lackland AFB in 2006
Deployed Dec 08 to July 09 to Kirkuk Iraq

I can't afford to put in my 2 cents.. didn't you see i'm an E-4 :)

AF Loggie crew :wavey:


OT Supporter
Jan 8, 2004
oh hi, i am worse than a DEPer, i like to fart around on this forum and usually don't know what the hell i'm talking about

i'm in dental school, and since the army is paying for it and want to give me a stipend they decided in their infinite wisdom that I should be commissioned. So officially i'm an O-1 in IRR status. What is even more unfortunate is due to my school schedule I will only get to go to OBLC (for med/dental officers :hsugh: ) after i graduate (may 2012) before I report to my first duty station for a year (12 mo AEGD).



New Member
Mar 16, 2008
Stanley, ND
SGT (Removed for privacy), Billy
Army, Active Duty
92f2O (POL)
6 years TIS
108th QM Company, Fort Lee, VA
Basic: Fort Jackson, SC 2003
AIT: Fort Lee, VA 2004
Been stationed at Fort Lewis, Fort Wainwright and now Fort Lee.
Deployed 04-05 with 513th Trans to Tallil, Iraq.
Deployed 07-08 with B co, 1/52 avn bn to TQ, Iraq
Currently deployed with 108th QM to COBB Adder, Iraq. Aka tallil, changed the name I guess.
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New Member
Feb 4, 2007
Rank/Last Name: Witt
Branch/active: USAF DEP Active Duty
MOS - 1A0X1
time in service 5 months DEP
PFT/marksmanship N/a
BMT is at Lackland AFB for 8.5 weeks
AIT:According to the paper from my recruiter will be:
Shepard AFB 3 weeks
Fairchild AFB 4 weeks
Altus AFB 16 weeks

2 cents: Im excited to join and serve!


OT Supporter
Aug 31, 2003
Just realized I've never posted in this thread. :wavey:

Army, Active
MOS-35T(formerly 33W)-A 35T performs or supervises unit, direct, or depot support and provides maintenance of Intelligence/Electronic Warfare (IEW) subsystems, receiver subsystems, and processing/storage subsystems at fixed stations or remote sites.
4 Years TIS
Basic- Ft. Jackson AIT- Ft. Huachuca


New Member
Mar 30, 2005
Ft. Bragg
Rank/Last Name: PFC/E-3
Branch: Active Army
MOS: 11B - Infantry
TIS: 7 Months :hs:
Current Unit: 1st/325th AIR (Red Falcons), 2nd BCT, 82nd Airborne Division
APFT/Marksmanship: 240 (Not a PU Stud)/35 BRM
Basic/AIT: OSUT @ Ft. Benning
Deployments: None
Two Cents: Being as cherry as they come, hopefully I will learn a thing or two from the people on this forum.
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New Member
Feb 27, 2010
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

SSG US Army/inactive res

MOSC 68J4O. Supervises aircraft weapons and fire control systems maintenance and technical inspection activities. Determines manhours, personnel, parts, and facility requirements to repair aircraft weapons systems and associated equipment. Plans aircraft maintenance areas, component repair shops and facilities. Instructs subordinates in aircraft weapons systems repair and technical inspection techniques and procedures according to directives, technical manuals, work standards, and operational policies. Maintains supply economy and discipline. Supervises the armament/missile systems technical training program. Prepares evaluations, special reports and records pertaining to aircraft weapons and fire control systems maintenance and relate activities. Recommends and administers plans and policies. google ftw!

Boot: Ft.Knox
Ait: Ft Useless (Eustis)
FAAF, Finthen West Germany 78-83

I don't have 2 cents atm :cool:
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The Mhmm

New Member
May 24, 2008
Fort Drum
CPL Jorgensen, Ryan

In title

Active duty, 68W (Medic) Been in about 3 years, deployed 8 months, currently a line medic with 1-89 Cav part of the 2nd BCT 10th Mountain, 291 PT, 40/40 M4, 29/30 M9 (Not bad for a medic!) Basic was at Jackson, AIT Fort Sam
Currently deployed to south Baghdad, been here since October. Good times...:wavey:

Drunk Bastard Audio

New Member
Oct 19, 2002
Southern Talibanistan

Originally Posted by Drunk Bastard Audio
Navy - Active
NEC: 1121
9 years (June 16th, 1997)
West Pac and South Pac (aka Crack Pac)...to many countries to list

Enlistment is up next June, 2007...but I'm currently trying to get picked up for Army OCS.


How times change...

I did get selected for Army OCS, got my commission and now my new bio update is as follows:

Army - Active
2LT, Transportation Corps
I'm going to be assigned to Ft Knox w/ the 233 HET.

Picked up Captain (23MAR10 - date of rank)
still Transportation Corps
Currently deployed to the Kandahar Province, Afghanistan - OEF

This is my 4th deployment and by far the most draining. Somehow by attrition, I've become the S3 (Operations Officer) for my Battalion - normally held by a senior Major.

Can't wait to get back to the US in June.
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New Member
Rank/Last Name: AMN Villa
Branch/active: AD AF
MOS: 2A7X3 Aircraft Structural Maintenance(haven't received my occupational badge/level since I'm still in tech school(graduate jun 8th)
Time in service : 4 months since entering BMT
Current unit: Currently at tech school on NAS pensacola AF detachment from keesler.
PFT/marksmanship: n/a
whered you go to boot camp/tech school? San Antonio, see above for tech school
deployments? if so where? n/a
two cents? The air force has been everything my recruiter promised(which isn't what I usually hear) He didn't lie to me about everything that goes on at BMT, tech school is actually looks like what the pictures he showed me and the dorms are in even better condition. I'm getting stationed overseas(england) and the med benefits plus free food are awesome.


New Member
Nov 20, 2009
Update: I just sewed on Senior Airman. Will be deploying in Sept. Will be researching other jobs to xtrain in to.


Death before Dishonor
Jul 21, 2001
Omaha, NE
Can't believe I never participated in this thread....

Rank/Last Name SGT TYPE(really CPL though, got SGT in IRR:mamoru:)

Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe?USMC; reserve, but fuck you if you're active and thought you were better than me faggot. Been out for about 20 months.

MOS - 0341 MORTARMAN Mortarmen are responsible for the tactical employment of the 60mm light mortar and the 81mm medium mortar. Mortarmen provide indirect fire in support of the rifle and LARS quads/platoons/companies and the infantry and LAR battalions. They are located in the weapons platoons of the rifle and LAR companies and the weapons company of the infantry battalion. Noncommissioned officers are assigned as mortar gunners, forward observers, fire direction plotters, and squad and section leaders.

Time in service Signed up 2 weeks before 9/11. 11/01-11/08

Deployments: Triangle of Death(Muhmadiya, Lutifiyah, Yusifiah)09/04-03/05; Habbiniah, etc 01/08- 08/08

PFT/marksmanship Low first class/ High second class(got worse as the years went by). High Expert 6 years in a row

whered you go to boot camp/tech school? Hollywood Marine/School of Infantry, Camp Pendleton

two cents? It sucked, but I wouldn't trade the experience for anything.
-Semper Fidelis-


Death before Dishonor
Jul 21, 2001
Omaha, NE
I wanted to make my first post in the thread I would probably be in the most and care about the most so here it is.
Rank/Last Name: LCpl Ryan Connor
Branch/active: USMC Veteran
MOS: 0612/0621 Field Wireman/Radio Operator
Time in service: 4 years
Current Unit: Was with 1st Batallion 8th Marines 2nd Marine Division
PFT/Marksmanship: Hell if I remember, I think my final PFT was around 255. And I'm a pizza box. Was expert in Boot Camp but went downhill from there.
Where did you go to boot camp/Tech school?: San Diego and then off to 29 Palms for Comm School.
Deployments? If so where? I went on one float on the USS Iwo Jima to many different countries, too many to remember right now but I'll list a few. Iraq, Spain, Liberia, Malta, Greece, Dijibouti (however the hell u spell that). Then went on an 8 month deployment to Iraq where we swept through the whole city of Fallujah for the first time November 2004. Since the first day I got sent to 1/8 I was attatched to a Weapons Company and basically did everything they did while we were deployed.
Two Cents? To all you guys still in SAVE YOUR DAMN MONEY. Don't spend it on stupid shit. Trust me when you get out you will want it, and the more you save the better. I'm not saying don't have fun but don't be stupid.

There is a special place in my heart for those who were in Fallujah in NOV 2004. Semper


OT Supporter
May 2, 2007
Cadet / Name Witheld
Army ROTC - Ideally positioned Active Duty
Hoping for MI / SG - open to learning more about other branches too.
Will be at least 8 years starting sometime in 2010.
Currently MSII - going to LTC at Fort Knox this summer to make up for some lost time, looking forward to it a lot.

Commissioned last week, time for an update I suppose.

Signal Corps Regiment
Active Duty Army
Report to Ft. Gordon for SOBC in August 2010
260 / No marksmanship scores yet.
Will be attached to a support brigade accompanying 1st Cav at Ft. Hood.


New Member
May 8, 2010
Sgt, USMC. Served from 2001-2007. Stationed in Twentynine Palms, Ca.,. Meritoriously promoted to Cpl in March, 2003. Deployed to Iraq in 2004, stationed at Camp Fuji, Japan in 2005. Promoted to Sgt in August, 2005. Camp Lejeune, NC 2006. Got out 2007.

Went to community college, graduated with my AA in 2009, about to graduate with a BA from UNCW. While I did serve my time in the service, I have also largely moved on in my life ad feel no compelling need to brag about it on a constant basis. My service was what it was, and I'm not the same person now that I was while in.


New Member
May 23, 2010
Currently a junior in college, trying to join the Marine Corps Reserves for when I graduate. I'm trying to get into OCS, but if I can't I'll just enlist. Not sure what I want to do for my full time career through.


New Member
Mar 21, 2006
Rank/Last Name: 2LT
Branch: Active Army
MOS: 21/12 Series (Engineering)
TIS: 1yr
Current unit: EBOLC
PFT/marksmanship: 266/expert
whered you go to boot camp/tech school?: BCT at Ft Knox, OCS at Ft Benning
Deployments?: None


I don't feel like saying anything cute.
EM1/SS White (E6)
Electricians Mate 1st Class (Submarines)
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.

Boot: Orlando Naval Training Station
EM-A School Orlando Naval Training Station (13 weeks)
Nuclear Power School: Orlando Naval Training Station (26 weeks)
Nuclear Prototype Training: D1G, Ballston Spa, NY (6 months???)
USS Augusta (SSN-710) Developmental Squadron 12 out of Groton Ct (3 yrs)
USS Louisiana (SSBN-743) Initial Manning, Electric Boat Shipyard New London Ct. Later Relocated to Kings Bay GA (4yrs)

They don't let the Nukes touch the guns :rofl:
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Taking BRC to the EXTREME. Bitch I operate.
OT Supporter
Jul 17, 2007
Somewhere near the Pentagon...
Updated again. :big grin:

SrA (E-4)/ AD USAF
3D052/ Cyber Systems Operations
Basic: Lackland AFB, TX
Tech School: Keesler AFB, MS (Went through with Koby.)
Current: 754th ELSG
Deployments: 11 June - 12 Dec 2009 / U.S. Central Command HQ, MacDill AFB
Been in just over 4 years.
2 cents: Don't hate, commiserate.


New Member
Apr 18, 2005
Commissioned last week, time for an update I suppose.

Signal Corps Regiment
Active Duty Army
Report to Ft. Gordon for SOBC in August 2010
260 / No marksmanship scores yet.
Will be attached to a support brigade accompanying 1st Cav at Ft. Hood.

You have so much to learn :mamoru:

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