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My 1500th post here!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MicroBalrog, Sep 12, 2003.

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  1. MicroBalrog

    MicroBalrog member

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    Yeehaw!

    And BTW, I completed BT.:D
     
  2. cordex

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    Good to see you, Micro.
    Congrats on completing Basic.
     
  3. El Tejon

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    So, let's see, that's 1 push-up and 3 sit-ups for every post that you owe us, right?:D

    Welcome back, Micro.:p
     
  4. AJ Dual

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    How was IDF basic?

    What are you assigned to do now, and for how long?
     
  5. keyhole

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    :D

    Congrats & welcome back.
    Your turn came around while you were out. You now have to buy a round for the room, and enough ammo for the next event.:neener:
     
  6. MicroBalrog

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    I did the simplest, 02 course. Easy.

    I cannot tell you much right now about my future deployment, except that I'll be put into a course related to fixing/maintaining vehicles or weapons, the spealisation being unkown as of now, and the name of the school/center is illegal for me to tell you (orders).

    But I could become an armorer!:D
     
  7. 4v50 Gary

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    Good to hear you're OK

    Don't think there's a future in civilian life as an armorer in Israel. Suggest vehicle maintenance. Less fun but it pays.
     
  8. MicroBalrog

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    I intend to go to university after I finish my service, and my future job will have nothing to do with this. But the laws might change - or I might emigrate...:D
     
  9. Schuey2002

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    Your always welcome to come over here.. :D
     
  10. El Tejon

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    Micro, you could come over for a Pre-Emigration Shuutzenfest in every state!:D
     
  11. Henry Bowman

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    Good on ya'! Especially on BT.

    Wish I had the time to post every relpy I wanted to. Guess I may have an over inflated estimation of the value of my opinion. (Come from being a lawyer.)
     
  12. bogie

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    Uh... How long was your basic training anyway?
     
  13. 10-Ring

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    Congratulations for the accomplishments!
     
  14. MicroBalrog

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    19/08/2003 - 11/09/2003
     
  15. chaim

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    Congratulations on your training. Too bad you had to get the short version but better than nothing I guess. Good luck in your service.

    If you can get it my vote would be the armorer's course. Oh, is your service the usual 3 years plus reserve duty until your 50s or with the short training do you also have your service shortened?
     
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