who are you?

Reign

No
Nov 17, 2003
35,747
CO
ET2(SW/AW) Dunham (E-5)
Active Duty Navy

Electronics Technician 2nd Class: ETs are responsible for the electronic equipment used to send and receive messages, detect enemy planes and ships, and determine target distance. They maintain, repair, calibrate, tune, and adjust all electronic equipment used for communications, detection and tracking, recognition and identification, navigation, and electronic countermeasures.

Surface Search and Rescue Swimmer: Pretty self explanatory

4 yr 4 mo.s Active duty so far

Currently aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN69)

PFT = Outstanding High

Boot camp: Great Lakes, IL
ET "A" School: Great Lakes, IL, 6 Months (Somewhat Self paced, I went through fast)
ET METOC School: Biloxi, MS, 3 months
ET CVT-SC School: Virginia Beach, VA, 1.5 months
Navy SAR School: Jacksonville, FL: 1 month

Deployments: 06/07 Operation Iraqi Freedom, 09 Operation Enduring Freedom, 2010 Operation... I don't know or care. I've been deployed for 13 of the last 18 months...
 

tb2883

New Member
May 9, 2006
399
In a shack down the street
I saw another civilian post so i thought i should. I am a DOA civilian contractor
Rank/Last Name - CTR/Last name withheld
Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe? - Work with Army Signal Company
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) First deployment 8 mos so far - 4 to go
current unit - Defense company
PFT/marksmanship
whered you go to boot camp/tech school?
deployments? if so where? - Currently IRAK
two cents? I hate how hot it is out here
 

OsirisMajor

E-4 Corporal Major
USMC / was AD,now in my reserve time
5711 CBRN Defense Secialist -Job Description: CBRN defense specialists' primary responsibility is to ensure their unit is trained and ready to survive and operate in a CBRN environment. CBRN defense specialist assists, conduct, and supervise training in CBRN defense monitor, survey and reconnaissance, chemical detection and identification, biological agent collection and sampling, decontamination of personnel, equipment and casualties, and in individual protective measures and firs aid for unit personnel.
TIS :
5 years. Ben off Active for just over 1 year now
Low 1st Class PFT / Multiple and current Expert
Parris Island, SC / Camp Geiger, NC / Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Deployed During OIF 06-08. Fallujah from Feb 3rd 2007 - Feb 6th 2008
.02? It's a lifestyle only if you want it to be. Well, after you move out of the Barracks anyways. LuLz.
 
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DesertLegion

New Member
Aug 23, 2010
12
CPL FQ

31B - Military Police, if you don't know the description too bad. No, I have never checked an ID at a gate.

JAN99 - NOV02 / SEP07 - Current

currently I am stationed at none of your damn buisness

APFT - None / Marksmanship - expert

Basic - E 3/47th Inf. Ft. Benning

:fawk: Been to Japan (PSD), El Salvador (PSD), Egypt (PSD/Convoy Escort), Cuba (cage kicker), Iraq (combat patrol)

I like the Fobits, they are a great sense of entertainment, I even got a few of them thier CABs. They got to see shit that they didn't even know existed.
 

Hooligan76

New Member
Aug 27, 2010
7
Rank/Last Name: SSgt (TSgt select)/Last name withheld
Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe? USAF AD
MOS - 3D073 Cyber Surety
3D0X3, Cyber Surety AFSC is officially established on November 1, 2009. Cyber Surety personnel supervise or operate fixed and deployed information technology (IT) resources to monitor, evaluate and maintain systems, policy and procedures to protect clients, networks, data/voice systems and databases from unauthorized activity. They identify potential threats and manage resolution of security violations. 3D0X3 personnel enforce national, DoD and Air Force security policies and directives; employ hardware and software tools to enhance the security by installing, monitoring and directing proactive and reactive information protection and defensive measures to ensure Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) of IT resources. They administer and manage the overall Information Assurance (IA) program to include Communications Security (COMSEC), Emissions Security (EMSEC) and Computer Security (COMPUSEC) programs.

time in service: 11 yrs

boot camp/tech school? Lackland AFB/Keesler AFB

two cents?: Work Hard. Only shitbags get ahead being lazy.
 

el3ment

New Member
Jul 14, 2005
112
Colorado Springs, Co
68W Combat Medic

Rank/Last Name
PFC/KARIM

Branch/active, reserve, DEP, retired, wannabe?
ARMY/ACTIVE

MOS - numbers and name, and military description would be cool too (i just googled to find mine)
68W COMBAT MEDIC

time in service (specify if combo active/reserve/deployment)
1 YEAR

current unit
4TH INFANTRY DIVISION

PFT/marksmanship
278 / EXPERT

whered you go to boot camp/tech school?
FORT KNOX FOR BCT AND FORT SAM HOUSTON FOR AIT

deployments? if so where?
JIPPED OUT OF CURRENT DEPLOYMENT, FINISHED AIT AND HAVE BEEN ON ALL THE MANIFESTS TO GO OVERSEAS AND IT HASN'T HAPPENED (5 MONTHS) o_0

two cents?
I'VE BEEN IN FOR ONLY A YEAR, WHAT DO I KNOW RIGHT :naughty:
 

crucial_fiction

Active Member
Sep 9, 2004
8,224
JAX, FL
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:

updated...
 

Fail

New Member
Sep 6, 2009
275
Wisconsin
Sgt. Jake W
Army National Guard
68W20
3 years, 1 deployment
32nd IBCT
286/Sharpshooter
Ft. Knox/Ft. Sam Houston
Baghdad. 115th CSH Emergency Room
Crossing my fingers for flight medic school soon.
 

Overkill

New Member
Nov 6, 2010
17
England
TSgt K
USAF/AD
3P071 - Security Forces
15 Years
532 EOSS/SFcurrent unit
Lackland AFB, TX and Ft Dix, NJ
Tours - 2 Saudi, 4 Kuwait, 4 Iraq

Heading to Mountain Home, ID...FML
 

ArchAngel56M

New Member
Nov 12, 2010
22
SPC/(name withheld)
U.S. Army AD
42A (Human Resources) Reclassing to 56M (Chaplains Assistant)
3 yrs + in service
2-30 IN BN/4th BDE-10th MTN
256 PT score/34 range score
Boot Camp - Lackland AFB/WTC Fort Sill
Tech School - Lackland AFB/AIT Fort Jackson
Deployed to Afghanistan currently
 

jetblack

New Member
Nov 14, 2010
24
2LT/Last name withheld
AF/Active
21R (Logistics/Readiness)
Time: 6 months in service
Unit: withheld
PFT: 95/100
M9 Expert Marksman, haven't had a chance to qualify on M4/16
ROTC Field Training, Maxwell AFB, Summer 2008. Commissioned May 2010.
Deployed: Not yet.
I haven't been in long enough to give my two cents.
 

MassiveGas

🤙 Butt Puffs 🤙
OT Supporter
May 15, 2007
24,107
Raleigh, NC
SPC
Active Army
94F Computer/Detection systems repairer (NVGs, chemical/nerve agent detectors, BFT etc)
TIS: 4.5 years
4ID STB
Fort Benning - Bravo 2/47, Fort Gordon - Bravo 73rd Ordnance Bn
OIF 07-09, New Dawn 10-11, deployed right now.
updated
 

eu4ia

Active Member
Jul 15, 2004
10,839
Update:

Rank: CW2
Branch: Active Duty Army
MOS: 153D - Blackhawk pilot
TIS: 2.5 years
Unit: 12th CAB
PFT: Not good, I'm a lazy pilot
Marksmanship: marksman or whatever is the lowest with M4/M16, expert with M9
Deployments: A short one through the end of OIF and a couple months into New Dawn
 

geekboy

Target™
Sep 10, 2005
45,267
Socal
Rank: 2nd LT
Branch: ARNG
MOS/Branch: infantry (light)
Time in service: 6 years
Unit: 79th Infantry Brigade Combat Team
APFT: 330
BCT/AIT: Sills in 2000
Deployment: Operation Noble Eagle 2001-2002
 

Wilshire

New Member
Dec 26, 2010
276
Everywhere and nowhere
Rank: Sgt
Branch: USMC
MOS: 2651 (Special Intelligence Communicator); Special intelligence communicators' duties encompass all aspects of special intelligence communications including the utilization of equipment. Special Intelligence communicators duties include support to: special compartment intelligence computerized network transmissions, network administration, cryptologic security, computer network defense, conducting preventive maintenance of assigned area network equipment and circuit connectivity, the transmission and receiving of special intelligence via the Defense Special Security Communications (DSSCS), and the Defense Messaging System (DMS).
MOS: 0916 (Martial Arts Instructor)
Time in service: 4 years, 10 months
Unit: 1st Radio Bn
PFT: 239
Rifle: Chronic Expert (Pistol Too)
2 to Iraq, currently in Afghanistan.
2 Cents: that's about what I make per hour
 

tunes

OT Supporter
Nov 16, 2006
26,536
GA
I guess to update:
1LT(O-2)/ AD USAF
11M2A/ Mobility Pilot
Basic: Dover
Deployments: Haven't necessarily deployed but i have participated in OIF/OEF/OND/whatever they are going to call pakistan flood relief :mamoru:
 

Mordaine

New Member
Dec 27, 2004
16,917
Jakarta, Indonesia
PFC. Rugen
USMC / Active
MOS - 6114 Cobra Mechanic
6 Months
PFT - 265/ Expert - 232
MCRD San Diego / Camp Pendelton CNATT


:wavey:

Wow, it was a while ago i posted this. Ill update

Cpl. Rugen
USMC/Active
MOS 6114 - Cobra/Hue Mech
8156 - MSG (Current)
Been in now for 3 years
All the rest is pretty much the same. Im now in Jakarta, Indonesia. Pretty much waiting for SGT and enjoying my last few years left!

O and i went to Afghanistan for 9 months.
 

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