• I'm a liberal in california, and I think the US military is useless to the country?

    WHat use is there to a bunch of killers in society? What use is there to going to war? What use is there in protecting borders that should be open and not heavily guarded? What use is there in making KILLERS in our society? I think the US military should disband all its soldiers and "marines" and start... show more
    WHat use is there to a bunch of killers in society? What use is there to going to war? What use is there in protecting borders that should be open and not heavily guarded? What use is there in making KILLERS in our society? I think the US military should disband all its soldiers and "marines" and start funding the American Red Cross and Peace COrps
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do so many people talk about "fighting for our freedoms" when so many people nowadays just acknowledge the war-oil connection?

    "Fighting for our freedoms?" Not according to the experts who say U.S. interventions are about oil: a. "Iraq possesses huge reserves of oil and gas-reserves I'd love Chevron to have access to." --Kenneth Derr, Chevron CEO, 1998 b. "I am saddened that is it politically inconvenient to... show more
    "Fighting for our freedoms?" Not according to the experts who say U.S. interventions are about oil: a. "Iraq possesses huge reserves of oil and gas-reserves I'd love Chevron to have access to." --Kenneth Derr, Chevron CEO, 1998 b. "I am saddened that is it politically inconvenient to acknowledge what everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil." -- Alan Greenspan, former FED chair c. "Well, we're in Libya because of oil." -- Congressman Ed Markey d. "We are not there for figs." -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hegel e. "Of course it’s about oil, it is very much about oil, and we cannot really deny that." -- General John Abizaid f. "...the critical oil and natural gas producing region that we fought so many wars to try and protect our economy from the adverse impact of losing that supply or having it available only at very high prices." --John Bolton I observe that people don't know the difference between freedom versus stuff. Or freedom versus safety. Two very different things.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do so many people talk about "fighting for our freedoms" when so many people nowadays just acknowledge the war-oil connection?

    Best answer: those people are sheep
    Best answer: those people are sheep
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • I'm an Afro-American enlisting in the army. Will they let me keep my afro hair after they shave it off in basic?

    Best answer: The forum is full of some the dumbest mother f*ckers I ever met. LOL!!!
    Best answer: The forum is full of some the dumbest mother f*ckers I ever met. LOL!!!
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • What should i do?

    I am 16 and i want to join the army (irish) when i am 18 but people keep on telling me that i should be a teacher (i am a girl) It is my dream to be in the army
    I am 16 and i want to join the army (irish) when i am 18 but people keep on telling me that i should be a teacher (i am a girl) It is my dream to be in the army
    8 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Will I have access to my husband's pay while he is at USMC bootcamp?

    My husband leaves for boot camp in San Diego in about 20 days. When he was first looking into joining, his recruiter sat us down with another recruiter to go over my concerns. My top concern was financial because we are married and have many bills together (some which are just in my name because I have the better... show more
    My husband leaves for boot camp in San Diego in about 20 days. When he was first looking into joining, his recruiter sat us down with another recruiter to go over my concerns. My top concern was financial because we are married and have many bills together (some which are just in my name because I have the better credit) so I depend on his income to pay mortgage and bills. They told us that while in boot camp he will have the option to wire money home and they made it seem like every time he got paid he d have the option. Now upon further research and after a letter I had to write stating that I understand that I ll be financially independent while he is there I am starting to worry that they lied. So what is it? Can he wire me money?? Will I have access to his account? As far as we know they said he will get an account at pcmu for his pay. I also was made special power of attorney. Does that give me access to funds? He already is getting some things paused while he s gone but I cant afford the rest just on my own. His recruiter seems to just say everything will be fine but if he can I will barely be scraping by. (He's doing reserves so housing pay doesn't apply)
    8 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Joining the Army being a former pothead.. Do I lie about how often I smoked?

    I m 18 and have no criminal record and once I got my GED I decided I wanted to join the Military. I knew then I would have to give up this lifestyle of smoking everyday and so I did just that. I ve been clean for nearly a month now and have no plan to return to it what so ever.. But when I speak to my recruiter do... show more
    I m 18 and have no criminal record and once I got my GED I decided I wanted to join the Military. I knew then I would have to give up this lifestyle of smoking everyday and so I did just that. I ve been clean for nearly a month now and have no plan to return to it what so ever.. But when I speak to my recruiter do I tell her how much I actually smoked? I do plan on being honest but I m worried the fact that I smoked everyday pretty much since 15 will ruin my chances. I guess I m not as dependent as I thought I was because I ve given it and my friends up just for this dream. But should I alter the truth just a little bit? Maybe say I smoked 2-3 times a week with friends for a couple years? Or does it make no difference?
    8 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Can I have these tattoos in the Air Force?

    Best answer: No. You can't have tattoos on your neck or head. Also, if you are looking at a commission, you should also look at AFROTC at your school. OTS boards are unpredictable and more selective and you could be looking at 2-3 years before your start date even if they did take you (after you paid to have the tats... show more
    Best answer: No. You can't have tattoos on your neck or head.

    Also, if you are looking at a commission, you should also look at AFROTC at your school. OTS boards are unpredictable and more selective and you could be looking at 2-3 years before your start date even if they did take you (after you paid to have the tats removed).


    -Daniel
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why did so many soldiers in World War 2 cry out for their mommies when the going got tough?

    And that generation has the nerve to call us millenials “the p**sy generation”. Lol, hilarious
    And that generation has the nerve to call us millenials “the p**sy generation”. Lol, hilarious
    31 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do they make AIT stressful and difficult just like BCT?

    Best answer: People create their own stress. Everything is more condensed, so we create that stress. You are more of a drone in BCT. You're still a zombie when you get out, but now you are a totally controlled zombies. Controlled by Zionists. Controlled by defense contractors who are laughing at you because you are... show more
    Best answer: People create their own stress. Everything is more condensed, so we create that stress.

    You are more of a drone in BCT. You're still a zombie when you get out, but now you are a totally controlled zombies. Controlled by Zionists. Controlled by defense contractors who are laughing at you because you are fool for them.
    6 answers · 9 hours ago
  • If a couple just got out of high school and got married, and the male went into the military, what are the chances it will work?

    Just wondering if this seems like it will work. I mean right out of high school btw. Both 18. I want to marry my girlfriend of 3 years and go into the navy. Our connection is strong and I believe it will work, but advice would be appreciated on this.
    Just wondering if this seems like it will work. I mean right out of high school btw. Both 18. I want to marry my girlfriend of 3 years and go into the navy. Our connection is strong and I believe it will work, but advice would be appreciated on this.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • I'm afraid of what will happen when it's time to get out of the military?

    Brothers and sisters in arms. I've been in the army for close to 3 years. I have been very successful, becoming an nco in 2 years, and I truly love the military life. I plan on making a career out of it. while it hasn't come without struggle. My body has broken down quite a bit, I've lost an inch of... show more
    Brothers and sisters in arms. I've been in the army for close to 3 years. I have been very successful, becoming an nco in 2 years, and I truly love the military life. I plan on making a career out of it. while it hasn't come without struggle. My body has broken down quite a bit, I've lost an inch of height, aged a lot in the last couple of years, and have grown physically tired from the workload. But I truly believe it is my calling. I am aware that at some point, I will have to get out, whether from a full career or physically breaking down. I have grown so attached to the lifestyle, the brotherhood, the adrenaline, and even the grind of it all. My brother was in for 8 years and got out several years before I came in and he felt the same way. He is very successful outside, but I know he misses it and I know he feels empty without it. I'm worried that when the time comes, I will not be able to successfully transition out of the life. I had a job before, and I can hold down a living and provide for my family, but I don't want to live in a lonely shell. What has helped some of you that feel the same?
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Recommendations about joining the military?

    Best answer: You used the phrase "serving the country." The military does not have a monopoly on the word "serve." You can serve in ANY job, volunteer effort, project, or even every day interaction. Joining the military means you will "serve" money and dubious political interests. Examples are... show more
    Best answer: You used the phrase "serving the country." The military does not have a monopoly on the word "serve." You can serve in ANY job, volunteer effort, project, or even every day interaction.

    Joining the military means you will "serve" money and dubious political interests. Examples are defense contractors and Zionists.
    6 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Will my husband be able to wire me money while in USMC boot camp?

    My husband leaves for boot camp in San Diego in about 20 days. When he was first looking into joining, his recruiter sat us done with another recruiter to go over my concerns. My top concern was financial because we are married and have many bills together (some which are just in my name because I have the better... show more
    My husband leaves for boot camp in San Diego in about 20 days. When he was first looking into joining, his recruiter sat us done with another recruiter to go over my concerns. My top concern was financial because we are married and have many bills together (some which are just in my name because I have the better credit) so I depend on his income to pay mortgage and bills. They told us that while in boot camp he will have the option to wire money home and they made it seem like every time he got paid he d have the option. Now upon further research and after a letter I had to write stating that I understand that I ll be financially independent while he s there I m starting to worry that they lied. So what is it? Can he wire me money?? What are the options? He already is getting some things paused while he s gone but I can t afford the rest just on my own.
    6 answers · 20 hours ago