|Current mood:|| frustrated|
|Current music:||SUM 41- "Hell song"|
just antoher one...
well i mjust sittin here at 10:00pm doing nothing cause there really isnt that much to do at this time. but this is when i think the most so im going to write it down so i wont forget. im just thinking of the things i can do and the choices that i have that will hopefully be good for me...
1. marine force RECON- These guys pretty much go in before everyone else behind enemy lines and gather reconnasience for are other guys waiting for us and they will infiltrate if needed.
2. Marine scout sniper- man, always wanted to be a sniper. these guys will go into jungle, desert, whatever it might be and perform some recon and well.... kill people.
3. Navy SEALs- SEAL Platoons have a training cycle which includes 18 months of training work-up, then a six month deployment overseas in an operational "combat ready" ststus at a Naval Spec War Unit or Detachment. These platoons are superbly trained and can accomplish most, if not all, of the tasks thrown at them.
4. Army Airborne Rangers- The cornerstone of Ranger missions is that of direct action. More specifically, Rangers are the premiere airfield seizure and raid unit in the Army. In order to remain proficient in all light infantry skills, Ranger units also focus on mission essential tasks that include movement to contact, ambush, reconnaissance, airborne and air assaults, and hasty defense.
5. Army Green Berets- Pretty much the same as the SEALs.
6. Army Delta Force- Hell yeah! The vast majority of the unit operatives come from the United States’ elite Ranger battalions and Special Forces groups, however candidates are drawn from all branches of the Army, including the Army Reserve and National Guard. Those initially selected are usually chosen in one of three ways. The first of these is in response to advertisements posted at Army bases across the country. The second method is by word-of-mouth, or personal recommendation from sources whose opinions are important to Delta screeners. Finally, on occasion the unit will require the skills of individuals who might not fall into one of the first two categories. If, in the instance that Delta’s commanders feel that an individual would make a valuable addition to the team (for example someone who speaks an obscure language or possesses hard-to-come by technical skills), a representative from Delta will be dispatched specifically to interview that person.
I guess those are pretty much my options. i might think of going into the army and going to the special foreign languages program in cali and learn arabic. and then go into ranger school and get the breifing for the delta foce maybe that will be an easier way to do it. i dont know its hard to decide but ill get there. Not much else going on just thinking about alot of stuff. LOTS!!! i cant stand it. but i guess i have to you know.