Vetmaxxing and Military Service, Future for Young Frogs
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Guest Wrote:weak last men be like, ooga booga I needs to get rich from the coinscam lottery so I can send superchats to BAP!!!!

“Yes, wealth is soyjak. Poverty and stupidity gigachad. I am smart.”
BillyONare
Quote:weak last men be like, ooga booga I needs to get rich from the coinscam lottery so I can send superchats to BAP!!!!

You will be singing the same wignat song when bitcoin hits 1 million. You are 35 years old, bald, have known about bitcoin for a decade and never put even $100 into it because you're resentful and larping as "strong soviet man".
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Guest Wrote:
Guest Wrote:weak last men be like, ooga booga I needs to get rich from the coinscam lottery so I can send superchats to BAP!!!!

“Yes, wealth is soyjak. Poverty and stupidity gigachad. I am smart.”

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Aizen
BillyONare Wrote:I was addressing OP. I’m agreeing with you.

My bad, it seemed targeted towards me because of the use of the word millionaire and because it was right after my post.
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Cathal
If you want a post-military career in defense contracting, join the Air Force and find something with a Top Secret security clearance.
If you want to do infantry shit, join the Army and go airborne.
If you want to do SOF, make sure it's what you want.
If you want to be a Marine, that's the only good reason to choose the Marine Corps.
If you want men, join the Navy (or bonus points if you go Brokeback Mountain and join Army cav).
If you want a sense of belonging, join a book club, not the military.

Army infantry will teach you the basics of fire and maneuver, CQB, how to organize and move under gear, patrol base ops, any small arms, maybe mortars if you get a Chuck contract. You'll train on night vision, grenades, machine guns, all that fun shit. Unfortunately, the Army finds a way to make the most exciting aspects miserable. Ranges will be organized in the most homosexual fashion possible, you may find yourself dreading all the cool guy stuff by the end of it.

Warning: You will be surrounded by drunken loudmouths in any combat arms field. It varies from group to group. Some of my closest friends were from the military, but it's mostly mouth-breathers who watched too many movies.
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There are a variety of factors that come into play for someone considering a military career in the US. The first is age; the older you are the more limited your options become. 

For High Schoolers:

You can either enter the military as an officer or as an enlisted man. In general I think people who read forums such as this would benefit from a college education and belong in the kinds of jobs that require college degrees (like running the government) and so I would recommend becoming an officer first. There are three routes to becoming an officer; go to a normal college and then join the military afterwards through officer candidate school, attend a service academy, or attend a normal college on a ROTC scholarship. Of these three routes, ROTC scholarship is unequivocally the best option. If you are an able-bodied white man and not a retarded lazy fuck-up then you'll find earning the scholarship to be super easy. Additionally, applying to a good school as a ROTC cadet significantly improves your chances of admittance; colleges love students that already have a means of paying, of course, but a number of prestigious school's administrations have recently caught the 'military bug' and love ROTC cadets as a new source of diversity (I know it sounds like I'm joking but I'm not) and as potentially exciting notable alumni. Princeton is quite proud that the current EUCOM commander is one of their alums. Also, the ROTC programs at Ivies and the like are usually run by good networkers who can lean on the admissions committee to let in more of their potential cadets. 

Now you may be thinking "but I don't want a military life, I just want a few years of experience," well, officer contracts are only 4-5 years in duration. It's very, very common for junior officers to leave the service after a few years and transition to a life of prosperous bourgeois gentility as lawyers, investment bankers, and consultants. Typical career of a high-achieving public-minded guy who did a few years as an officer is someone like Robert Kimmitt

If against all my advice you still want to enlist because you don't want to contract the woke mind virus at college then here's my recommendation: 18x or Option 40 contract in the Army. This is fastest and most reliable route to doing cool hardcore little dark age music video edit cool stuff. 

For guys in college:

If you're still young enough to join ROTC and potentially earn a scholarship then go for it. If not, your option is OCS to become an officer. This could still be worthwhile. Out of all the prestigious jobs for power-hungry young college graduates, I would rank military officer the highest; the work-life balance is pretty good, the job is interesting, and there's an emphasis on physical fitness and lots of opportunities to challenge oneself. 

Don't drop out and enlist. You'll be around a bunch of recent HS grads with very juvenile senses of humor and poor social skills. You'll probably become depressed. It'll only be worth it to do this if you pursue the 18X contract and then only if you succeed. If you do succeed it'd be pretty cool, though.

For older guys out of college:

I personally would be depressed getting bossed around by people my age or younger than me. There's not much of a reward at this point and your body will likely rebel against you at many points. I don't recommend becoming an officer unless you're super connected like Hunter Biden and can get a direct commission. I certainly don't recommend enlisting.
Evil Kittie Rapist
(04-13-2024, 10:54 PM)hoshinogroyper Wrote: This was suggested a while back in the shoutbox, and I forgot the original user who responded. The main discussion for this thread is the U.S. armed forces, and military career. Input for young frogs weighing decisions helpful. 

I already know the obvious. Vets don't send their kids, woke, competency and the very real chance of being killed by retarded bureaucracy. My most recent refresher on the dysfunction is when BAP hosted Erik Prince, and seeing a fucking foid give a PowerPoint on queerness at Annapolis. On the other hand, Tom Cruise is very convincing. 
I am a new arrival american, there would be no reason for my service other than the fact that they're offering it to anybody, and the reasons to serve are self explanatory. I don't know where or with who I should cut my teeth, but I can't grow up being a nobody. My ideal would be finding some way to get in on PMCs after my years, or like Peter Camp joining Nationalists in Spain. Some adventure in that sense. 

If I join right out of high school, it'll be with Trump as my Commander in Chief or not at all.

I highly recommend the military incase when time of opportunity comes like PMCs or Trump deportation squad. i just graduated HS and in process of joining the Air Force. Im currently picking a job that's security/Law enforcement related. After my 4 years ill either get into a random PMC or third world law enforcement agency and abuse niggers. Good example is after your 4 years you could join the Brazilian police military and get into regular gun fights with nigger favela thugs, if your looking for a life of adventure and fun

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd3HrbjaVMk
TroubadourD'Oc
(04-16-2024, 06:35 AM)hoshinogroyper Wrote:
Aizen Wrote:
hoshinogroyper Wrote:It sure beats half-heartedly trying to keep afloat in some STEM field against striving bugmen. I would much rather put in a full pivot, which means further distancing from college and a degree job.

I don't know what your situation is, but if you're able and intelligent I'd suggest going to school for STEM--not to have a normal one and get a job, but because it gives you options. If you have some engineering degree, you will be that much more valuable in any future contract work for one thing. I'm not satisfied with where I'm currently at in life, but I know after I graduate that I'll be good for money even if certain projects fail.

I must've been just that demoralized by school to forget the value of a degree. Reason sort of leaves you when you start pulling hairs sitting through it. I had those blues going in where you start to realize intelligence is not 1:1 academic performance, and you have no idea what you're worth.

Civil engineering is good, and is easily applicable as a sapper.

Is it? I do not think this is true at all, in fact Sapper school has nothing to do with Civil Engineering.
TroubadourD'Oc
(06-07-2024, 12:57 AM)Evil Kittie Rapist Wrote:
(04-13-2024, 10:54 PM)hoshinogroyper Wrote: This was suggested a while back in the shoutbox, and I forgot the original user who responded. The main discussion for this thread is the U.S. armed forces, and military career. Input for young frogs weighing decisions helpful. 

I already know the obvious. Vets don't send their kids, woke, competency and the very real chance of being killed by retarded bureaucracy. My most recent refresher on the dysfunction is when BAP hosted Erik Prince, and seeing a fucking foid give a PowerPoint on queerness at Annapolis. On the other hand, Tom Cruise is very convincing. 
I am a new arrival american, there would be no reason for my service other than the fact that they're offering it to anybody, and the reasons to serve are self explanatory. I don't know where or with who I should cut my teeth, but I can't grow up being a nobody. My ideal would be finding some way to get in on PMCs after my years, or like Peter Camp joining Nationalists in Spain. Some adventure in that sense. 

If I join right out of high school, it'll be with Trump as my Commander in Chief or not at all.

I highly recommend the military incase when time of opportunity comes like PMCs or Trump deportation squad. i just graduated HS and in process of joining the Air Force. Im currently picking a job that's security/Law enforcement related. After my 4 years ill either get into a random PMC or third world law enforcement agency and abuse niggers. Good example is after your 4 years you could join the Brazilian police military and get into regular gun fights with nigger favela thugs, if your looking for a life of adventure and fun

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd3HrbjaVMk

This is the naivety one would expect of someone who believes a military recruiter, I do not expect that it will be a bad experience for you, and it contents me that you are not dumb in picking the airforce, however if you believe this to be a universally beneficial experience, you will not have the amor fati required to give you a positive career in any of these things. In careers like this, you have to roll with punches, and sometimes those punches hurt a lot.
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