• Why are all the legitimate questions disappearing from the military section?

    Best answer: The imbecile Ninefinger (aka Little Nancy Ninefinger) pretends he is combating this with all his imaginary friends. He claims that the trolls are being "hammered on all fronts" and that he and his imaginary friends have a "coordinated attack" on trolls. He claims that trolls are "losing... show more
    Best answer: The imbecile Ninefinger (aka Little Nancy Ninefinger) pretends he is combating this with all his imaginary friends. He claims that the trolls are being "hammered on all fronts" and that he and his imaginary friends have a "coordinated attack" on trolls. He claims that trolls are "losing accounts daily."

    I am totally serious that he used those words. I am not kidding. He said:

    "hammered on all fronts"
    "coordinated attack"
    "losing accounts daily."

    Little Nancy is the dipshit who pretended to have a Facebook group here is all his imaginary playmates.

    ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Yes or No: Was Iraq better off when it was under Saddam Hussein's rule?

    Saddam was a horrible dictator that has used WMD on his own people, but he would have destroyed ISIS and ISIS would have not existed under his rule.
    Saddam was a horrible dictator that has used WMD on his own people, but he would have destroyed ISIS and ISIS would have not existed under his rule.
    8 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Should I call my recruiter or just text him?

    A couple months ago I decided I wanted to join the United States army. Thinking back now I think I was just at a bad state and wasn't sure what to do with my life so I figured I'd join. Now I just wanna go to college and do something I'm actually passionate about. I'm super anxious to tell my... show more
    A couple months ago I decided I wanted to join the United States army. Thinking back now I think I was just at a bad state and wasn't sure what to do with my life so I figured I'd join. Now I just wanna go to college and do something I'm actually passionate about. I'm super anxious to tell my recruiter this. How should I go about doing it?
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • I want to join the Air Force, I truly believe it is the best option for my kids and I.?

    I know that if I ask their father to allow the relocation, he will deny it. He does not truly care about the girls being here, he just wants to make sure I dont get what I want, regardless of what it is. He is behind on child support, doesnt have his own place, or a stable home for the kids, he lives at home with... show more
    I know that if I ask their father to allow the relocation, he will deny it. He does not truly care about the girls being here, he just wants to make sure I dont get what I want, regardless of what it is. He is behind on child support, doesnt have his own place, or a stable home for the kids, he lives at home with his parents and the girls have a random storage room in the basement without a window as a bedroom. How difficult will it be to get a judge to allow the relocation? I do have a family care plan: 1. my mom will be moving where I go, depending on the location. 2. I have a boyfriend and are willing to get married before I join. The girls love him and even call him dad (by own choice). Also, he is a disabled veteran and can be a stay at home parent.
    7 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Can you reenlist after being kicked out of the army for an injury?

    My boyfriend was going to make the army a career before he was kicked out for a knee injury. He was in for three years and his last deployment he came home with a knee injury that stopped him from passing a PT test, therefore, he was not fit to stay. His knee is not torn. If he can pass a PT test now, would he be... show more
    My boyfriend was going to make the army a career before he was kicked out for a knee injury. He was in for three years and his last deployment he came home with a knee injury that stopped him from passing a PT test, therefore, he was not fit to stay. His knee is not torn. If he can pass a PT test now, would he be able to rejoin?
    7 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Why did soldiers in the first half of the 20th century shoot sidearms one-handed?

    Is this still taught in today's militaries? What's the real reasoning behind doing so? Thanks
    Is this still taught in today's militaries? What's the real reasoning behind doing so? Thanks
    5 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Why can't a soldier become an officer or general?

    In most of the countries there is a direct pathway from Soldier -> Gefreiter - > Sergant -> Captain > Mayor > Colonel > General. Why in Britain or USA it's based on the enthy method instead of equal starting point, quality and lenght of your service? I want to join as a soldier, and then... show more
    In most of the countries there is a direct pathway from Soldier -> Gefreiter - > Sergant -> Captain > Mayor > Colonel > General. Why in Britain or USA it's based on the enthy method instead of equal starting point, quality and lenght of your service? I want to join as a soldier, and then become an officer. But I can only join as a soldier and be a loser whole my life, or an officer and tell people that work in army for like 10 years what to do. If feels immoral and wrong. Why a good working soldier, a hero can't become a general? Why he must always be commanded?
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • When I was in the military during the Vietnam "War", I came into contact with nuclear bombs. Question follows:?

    Best answer: Those bombs were probably decomissioned years ago. The only nuclear bombs (as opposed to warheads on missiles) that the US still uses are the B61 and B83. The B83 didn't come online until the early '80s. While the first B61s came out in the late 60s, there have been about a dozen variants produced since... show more
    Best answer: Those bombs were probably decomissioned years ago. The only nuclear bombs (as opposed to warheads on missiles) that the US still uses are the B61 and B83. The B83 didn't come online until the early '80s. While the first B61s came out in the late 60s, there have been about a dozen variants produced since then. The US nuclear arsenal is also pretty small compared to what it was back then.
    The DoD and DOE have a lifecycle management plan for nukes. Besides the routine maintenance that the AF and Navy do on their nukes, weapons and components are constantly shipped back to the DOE to be replaced. The DOE then disposes of any radioactive isotopes that are no longer usable.
    5 answers · 14 hours ago
  • How long does the MEPS physical take?

    I’m taking the asvab in a recruiting office then I have to go to meps and take a follow up shorter exam but I’m just curious how long is the physical?
    I’m taking the asvab in a recruiting office then I have to go to meps and take a follow up shorter exam but I’m just curious how long is the physical?
    5 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Which US Military Service would you join?

    Best answer: I would join the Air Force.
    Best answer: I would join the Air Force.
    25 answers · 7 days ago
  • I am 18, and I was wondering if I joined the National Guard as infantry, could I change to special forces-?

    -whenever I'm qualified to do so? I know that you must me at least 20 years of age in order to join the special forces. What all do I need to know about this? What are the other qualifications? Thank you very much !
    -whenever I'm qualified to do so? I know that you must me at least 20 years of age in order to join the special forces. What all do I need to know about this? What are the other qualifications? Thank you very much !
    4 answers · 7 hours ago