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Any /b/tard ever worked in the military, law enforcement or fire

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Any /b/tard ever worked in the military, law enforcement or fire service?
Seems like it doesn't get any more alpha than these careers, but how difficult are they really?
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>>719676402
>"alfa"


Kys
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shits easy alpha no....literally getting cucked everyday till you make a high enough position to tell others what to do...

yours truly,
>Army Ranger
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>>719677337
rangers are pussies
you're literally the lowest tier of SF, standard marines are at or higher level than you fuckboys
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>>719676402

Been in the army (95B, Military Police) and in law enforcement. Both careers are fairly easy which tends to lead to a lot of people getting into them who have no business doing so.

For every Alpha you find in there you run into a dozen worthless fuckers who are cops because they got laid off at __________ and the PD was hiring.
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>>719677546
I thought law enforcement would be a difficult job to do
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>>719676402
>military
>alpha

Nothing more alpha than being a bitch to your higher ups while taking pride in it, eh OP?
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>>719677983
Got mad respect for firefighters. Also you gotta be in absolute peak fitness to be one
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>>719677815
The only ALPHA role in the American military is if you become a SEAL.
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>>719678143
what about green berets

also doesnt the air force have any special ops team?
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>>719677509
we are just next level infantry, now as far as standard marines are at our level is unlikely we are more like recon/ force recon.
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>>719678143

The alpha jobs are the police and fire fighters, people who actually work to save lives, put killers and pedophiles behind bars, and actually makes society a better place for all of us.
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>>719678228
PJ'S chairforces only badass section, pretty tough guys i got to work with them before
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>>719678258
wow, maybe you actually are a ranger
based on my obnoxious response I expected a completely different response from you

good on you, stay safe
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>>719677509

Semper fidelis
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>>719678411
what job do you do?
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>>719676402
they're really not that alpha, depending on your definition of alpha, the most likely candidates are either athletes, musicians or factory workers
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Ex NZSAS here and yes, we are definately alpha.
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>>719676402
Non military but I Studied at three Level 1 trauma centers in ER, Pediatric ER, Trauma Hall, Critical Care, Surgical ICU, and Burn ICU.

There are some hardcore places you're forgetting about.
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>>719678820
you been deployed?
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>>719678499
admin work technically, but i work for a top tier group so i get to do the cool stuff whenever i want. also help since my dad did the stuff no one is aloud to talk about lol
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>>719678848
I agree your job is pretty alpha anon but with all due respect it's depressing. Sometimes if I watch an animal abuse video it gets stuck in my head for days, cant imagine what it's like to see gruesome shit every time you show up to work.
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>>719679028
Some of it stays with you but I still can't imagine the active warzone guys/girls. Smell of blood, burning flesh, and screaming never really washes off.
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>>719678929
cool, what's the average age of the PJs you worked with? Also tell more about them if you can
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>>719678923
Was in Afganistan until we pulled out, 4 tours, mainly in Kabul training their anti terror guys.
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This is me protecting the normies.

Greetings from /fa/
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great, you made a vetfag dickwinging competition thread op. congrats.

military/police/ems is all cucked to bullshit politics. peacetime is all asskissers and minorities who know how to work the system getting ahead while decent hard working people too reasonable to participate in the bullshit get fucked over. war is the same except those good people get sent to fight and the others take credit.

jesse ventura is wacky but he was dead on talking how fucked a peacetime navy is.
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>>719676402

are they alpha though? the most important thing in the military or police is following commands without questioning.

You literally do what you are told, wther you agree with it or not. like a slave.
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>>719678407
i don't generally like cops but the more i see the more i have to agree. there are some hardcore nutjobs out there.

anyway 99% of being in the military is doing bullshit busy work.
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>>719679285
late 20's to early 30's maturity is a big thing in sf units ive seen many guys denied because of age alone
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>>719676402
Navy - stood around a lot not doing much at all.
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>>719677654

To do well yes. To get paid and mostly accomplish nothing? Takes almost no effort at all.
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>>719679407
I agree about bullshit politics. I lost a shoe in spot for Parkland Burn ICU by less than one question on one test of a 6wk crash course in jurisprudence (Medical/Nursing Law) in a new hybrid nursing program. Eventually walked away from the BS politics.
Still Respect those getting their hands bloody tho.
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>>719679420
This guy gets it.
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>>719679789
This.
You wont get in as a fresh faced 20yo after a couple years in a line unit unless you're incredibly special.
Maturity, being able to think on your feet while shit goes pear shaped around you, the ability to work well with others and able to listen to instructions and do whatever it takes to get the job done are whats valued in SF.
Guys need to be in their late 20s and early 30s to have the experience and brains to handle it.
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>>719676402
No, but due to my uniform fetish I have been fucked by guys in all three.
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>>719676402
Army. Meh. First year is mandatory for all males and voluntary for females. If you decide to stay, still meh. Fun. Valuable. Not alpha, but everybody should think: if you are not able to defend your country and your close ones, or if you do not want to defent your country, then why leave here?
Anyhow: 7/10
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>>719680424
you from kike land?
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>>719679919
idk they had to chase me around in my younger days... that couldn't have been much fun
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>>719677654

Depends on the country too.

>>719677546

Murica?
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Is it true special forces are trained to resist torture?
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>>719680164
wasn't prepared for that response but neither am i surprised.
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Firefighter/Paramedic here,

Open to questions
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Anyone from canadian forces or the JTF?
Thinking of joining the army but no one really talks about the Canadian army

>>719680164
also thats pretty damn hot pic
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It's stupid easy if your the right kind of person. I've watched idiots fail because they had stupid expectations.
Current mil. Former firefighter.
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>>719681030
which one is more difficult?
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>>719681076
what branch and mos?
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>>719681030
Prefer County or Private ER and why?
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>>719681038
Here's another
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>>719680836
Yes. Sere training shows people their breaking points in fantastic fashion.
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>>719681261
drowning is definitely the worst
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>>719680504
Nah, the 1% of population we had as kikes here were killed or fled during WWII. And also in the State of Israel, it is mandatory for both (of the two) genders.
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>>719681190
Army. Combat medic.
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>>719681222
im only into old hairy pervy dudes but thx anyway
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>>719681132
Paramedic, So many more protocols to follow, I could go to jail by pushing to much of a drug or not pushing at all. And in the heat of the moment when you got mom screaming over a dying kid you have two seconds to decide. >>719681199
I'm Canadian where I am there is no private.
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>>719681618
He speaks the truth. I do the same job on the military's side.
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>>719681532
This should be right up your alley
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>>719681430
How do you guys fit into the medical team once back from the field? I went to school with a guy who had tested up to LVN from medic prior to entering our program but he made it sound like they don't really do that now.
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Am ghetto gunslinger. Alpha, yeah some guys. I prefer to ride the beat and not chase reports that idiots want written because they think it means something.
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>>719681793
It depends. I've watched some challenged hardcore stupid people accomplish jack shit. One of my guys became a RN by going to school in his free time. His haters have to salute him now.
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>>719682115
Sounds about right. Our guy was a loner but he was always sharp as fuck in a quiet way.
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>>719681350
Nothing like a big motherfucker holding you by the skull making you breathe water to make you question your life descisions
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>>719681618
Sounds nice for the no private / county choice
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>>719682394
kek how long did you last?
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>>719682394
Damn... even hyper oxygenating prior and not wasting 02 flailing about that still sounds like a bad day.
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>>719682728
>not wasting 02 flailing about
hard to avoid that tbh
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>>719679237
No, it doesn't
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Paramedic here, most alpha of them all
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>>719682504

Theres two sere trainings. One for the sf and the helo pilots. The cadre can break small bones, sleep deprive you till you want to die and do just about whatever they want. a common one is playing a baby crying on the loudest speaker you ever heard for a few days with no food and sleep. The other sere is for the tourist. People who need it for situational or mission relevant reasons. both start with you in the woods with not a damn thing, while they play find-the-fucker-with-thermal. Everyone gets caught. I was a tourist. You don't 'last'. It's over when they feel like fucking with the guy in the room next to you.
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>>719678228

Parajumpers. Highest washout rate of any special forces in the military. Specializes in jumping into hot zones and pulling out people that are getting fucked.
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>>719683536
are you allowed to talk about what situation made you take sere specifically?
By lasting i mean how long were you drowned for before they gave up on you?
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>>719682866
Obviously keeping cool headed as long and as much as possible will reduce o2 demand but I agree once instincts kick in and your brain says fuck drowning.
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>>719683356
/thread
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>>719682866
>>719683836
So after a point you start shaking or what?
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>>719683716
Full SF training in weapons/ survival/ endurance. Not to mention medical knowledge on par with an RN... I'd love to take my trauma experience that route if the training wouldn't kick the fuck outta my old outta shape ass.
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>>719676402
DNR
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>>719684312
whats that?
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>>719683979
Keeping calm will decrease the oxygen you waste prior to Fight or flight kicking in. After that the excess movement from fighting the person drowning you will burn up O2 at a faster rate. Basically don't panic fight the seat belt holding you into the sinking car, use your head and get free.
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>>719684489
still i assume youd need some god-tier cardio
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>>719683810
Situational shit. Being attached to a unit more cool than me. i don't know tbh. I only took one gulp of water. Their version of cpr isn't fun. All in all, 9/10. Would do again if I ever decided to go through selection.
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>>719684389
Do Not Resuscitate - No CPR or cardioversion basically
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>>719676402
>but how difficult are they really

Pure high school dropout level.
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>>719684389
for when you wanna die
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>>719684595
You'd need better than me, I've never done it. Plus the guy "drowning" you has experience with just how long he can drown most fit people...
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My job is literally lit af fam
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>>719684615
Not good CPR if your not at the edge of cracking ribs. Gotta move that heart.
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>>719677509
Lol
Look guys another idiot brainwashed muhreen
Nobody cares get over yourself
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>>719677509
>>719677337
All branches of military are this. Boring and no control of your own life or anything about it until you've invested far more time than any standard service duration.
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>>719684615
was drowning the worst from your experience?
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>>719678228
Pj, cct, sowt, tier 1 tacp
Then some few peoplease at special squadrons
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>>719684808
Oh hell yeas. They are good at doing their thing without really fucking up government property (soldiers)
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>>719684931
you're* inb4 muh spellin
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>>719684808
Oh hell yeas. They are good at doing their thing without really fucking up government property aka soldiers
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>>719676402
I sit behind a desk all day doing menial tasks on a computer. I'm the REAL hero.
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>>719678411
And cct, sowt, and tier 1 tacp
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>>719678929
Lol sounds fabricated
Airfag here at the 23rd
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>>719685389
flight test?
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>>719685134
I award you:
>1 green carpal tunnel
i don't know how to purple text....
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>>719684976
Fucking this. You wanna talk about cucks? Take a look at a dude who's like 50+ in the military and tell me he doesn't look like he hates his life and would reset if he could
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My dad was a firefighter for almost 30 years before he retired. He's close to 80 years old and still in good enough shape to whoop my ass probably.
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>>719681772
Earning his merit badge.
I am not a cop, or in the military I just play with big machines all day, and build stuff. It is civilian tier alpha work. Also pays a ton more.
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>>719685509
Sts
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>>719676402
firemen here, started as a volunteer

not alpha at all, basically highschool all again

Job can be terrifying, sometimes rewarding.

Little view into my first ...what the fuck am I doing here episode

>house fire in a two story house
>lady claims her kid is inside
>end up in the middle of a fire I had no place being inside for
>piss my pants out of terror, didn't even notice at the time
>cant find kid, only a dog cowering under a coffee table
>end up putting a chair through a sliding door, the fire had melted the handle and frame shut

Me and one other guy went in looking for a child and almost died because this broad called her dog her child.

Difficult...depends on what you're calling difficult.

Tedium makes this job the hardest most days, standard day to day shit

Physical requirement is no joke.

County fire fighter, no political shit here, we also get along very well with the police department, some are cross trained in both.
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>>719686121
nigga that's badass
you been deployed to the mideast or africa?
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>>719686216
is it true ghetto trash sometimes target firefighters?
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>>719676402

Cop-fag here. Most exciting day I had was when we finally got our color printer-copier approved by the administration purchasing review committee.

Best day ever. We even did some double sided copying!!
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>>719683716
How tough is their training?
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>>719686607
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>>719680937
suzzaine say
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>>719676402
Only bullied folks have the psychological motivation to apply for a job in these sectors.
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>>719686334
Yes, both
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>>719681222
thats fake.
sorry bro.
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>>719686923
is it true operations in africa are a lot more difficult despite the conflicts not being as big there?
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>>719686988
Checkd
What do you mean
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>>719687060
i mean are they more difficult as in you get less support, smaller teams when going there
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>>719686911
You don't have to be bullied to see value in human life.
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>>719687159
Yeah, and the locals well niggers gotta nig
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>>719687394
what was your most difficult deployment so far, can you talk about it?
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>>719687485
Define difficult
Probably Africa just because the locals were so worthless and I couldn't just shoot them and leave
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>>719687996
you ever been injured on deployment or close to death?
also mind elaborating on what you were doing in africa?
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>>719684976
Or you can get a commission lol
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