Haha, yes indeed. How you been man?
jij bent een lekkere hoer.
Hurr durr posted on my own profile
Being an 0313 is like being a basic mechanic. You don't pull parts or anything but you make sure the vehicle is running correctly and fill the fluids and change them when needed. I'm an 0313 and a gunner. I deployed as a gunner my last deployment and I have the billet again in my new platoon.
I personally have never seen a CBRN LAV and we were never taught about it. The only ones I know of are the LAV-25A2/LAV-L/LAV-M/LAV-R/LAV-AD/LAV-AT. All but the LAV-AD variant is used in the Marine Corps. If you are getting a degree in biomedical science then please do not waste your time joining the Marine enlisted and since we don't have a medical field, I honestly wouldn't join the Marine Corps. Your skills can be used elsewhere and to better effort in other branches.
Hey man, I'm actually on the west coast now. LAR is a bit of a weird combination of grunts and vehicles. If you want to be a crewman (Guaranteed to go to an LAR Battalion) just know it's a lot of working on your vehicle, doing dumb **** that doesn't make sense, and more working on your vehicle. You'll start off as a driver, then usually after your first deployment if you show that you're not a ****ing idiot then you'll be bumped up to the gunner's seat. So far I love the west coast, alot more relaxed (Even though it's 29 Palms) and everyone is chill about ****. 2nd LAR on the east coast is more anal about things because it's where the head shed generally resides and visits quite often.
I enjoy it, coming from the wing side to the infantry side is a difference but I fit right in.
Let me know if you have any specific questions and I'll answer them as best as I can.
Just as I about found the end of the internet, I somehow stumbled across this gem. I don't know how or why but it makes me LOL.
I have a weakness to booty.
So in regards to Welcome to Moes...I might have to try it again. I did try Qdoba a second time and got the queso burrito, it was good and hot unlike when I had it in the ATL airport. But this eve I thought when I got the lackluster "Welcome to Firehouse..." just had me thinking about Moes and their lackluster response and he fact you were an employee.
Ekko Fresh ghetto chef!
Yea I've known him since this song came out, in 2006.
Are you going all Türkdeutsch? Gimmie some links then, let's see what the boy is into.
Is it? Like what?
Potential Getaway Driver
Suspended for infractions
kid got gumption