>>16790550 im currently a paramedic thats also fluent in Russian. Living in the states. If i took one of these courses like Ronin in south africa, how good are my chances of getting a contract in aghanistan, iraq, syria? No military experience
>>16790582 You need a previous record in something useful. If you want to use their guns and guard facilities for them, you need to prove that you won't be a liability to them. I had three years in the NZ army in my youth, but I know a guy who had nine months in the Chicago PD and that was enough to get him in ten years after he quit.
The pay is very average. 45k as a grunt, maybe 55k as a leader. The trick is in bonuses. They pay you about 15k - 20k in entitlements during your overseas contract - some of the boys spend up and burn through this eating fine food, staying at the Hilton, gambling and drinking in backroom bars on leave, but I get by on cheap market vendor grub, crash with backpackers and abstain, so I get to pocket the rest. Hazard pay is nice too, you want to pick contracts which come with hazard pay, but which involve being sent to not-so hot areas.
Last year I took in 81k all told, which I made scrimping, saving, taking a hazard deployment and eating ramen noodles.
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