Not related.The 10k+ empty positions say otherwise.
What are you going on about? Jarnhamar's exactly correct. Not everyone can handle it. The military isn't for everybody. For others, it's a really great go.. For many, probably somewhere in the middle- it pays the bills, and has job security, benefits and a pension and usually isn't too hard but very occasionally is.
Take care of yourself and make sure you land on your feet.Good day,
This will be my last post here with possibly the exception of the Communications and Electronics if I re-establish myself. I always loved military communications, I have the the digital battle box nearly memorized and I do those types of communications on my own time.
I have my marching orders.
Despite any waspishness, I very much appreciate all of you and all of your posts. It has been excellent to be here and share my knowledge. Of course it has been also excellent to be able to search for older knowledge that has been saved in this repository. Thank you all so very much for your time and effort.
I don't know where life is going to take me next. I thought when it was time to cross the bridge I would burn it to light my path forward. Fortunately, thanks to the amazing people I have worked with, nothing has caught fire.
Someday our country will have freedom again.
With my most sincerest love, I wish you all the very best.
Yes, but there is a difference in go fight this enemy, and I respect your right to make your own health decisions.You do know how an army works, right?
Why because he wants people to be able to make decisions for themselves? The whole selfish argument is pretty weak, you could argue anyone who is in the hospital for any sort of somewhat self inflicted injury or treatment taking up hospital space is selfish as well. I would argue it is pretty selfish to believe you have any right to dictate what someone has to do with their body, especially after they have refused to consent to what you want.He sounds like someone who doesn’t give 2 shits about anyone other than himself. Allowing subs to “make their own decisions” isn’t always the best COA.
It's a simple fact. Ever teach on a basic training course, PLQ or BMOQ?
Is it? I thought you eluded to being retired thus able to speak your mind on behalf of all of us who can't.It’s entertaining.
Why because he wants people to be able to make decisions for themselves?
So, you’re upset we are releasing 900 people but you’d be fine with thousands releasing because they can’t be guaranteed a work environment that won’t jeopardize their health (because they have underlying issues and need to protect themselves)? Interesting perspective.It’s the Army, don’t you know, you are told what to do. I’ll support any decision my subs have, as long as they know the consequences. Don’t want the vaccine? Well these are you options now.
Same with people who have underlying health issues. At this point they need to take some personal responsibility and protect themselves from everyone else. Expecting society to cater to your problems forever is unrealistic. We have vaccines and unlimited boosters, fill your boots and open up everything. Drop all restrictions. Majority of deaths are 70+, unvaccinated and with health issues. Enough is enough.
Speaking of enough, this thread has lost its purpose. eject eject
Since you still believe the vaccine stops transmission: How many CAF members are still working full time hours that are so sick or immunocompromised that they're at risk for severe COVID complications even though they're under the age of 60? If you're going to count all the morbidly obese people, I'd suggest the solution is release them, not someone who was never going to get really sick from COVID anyways. What are we going to do with those people when we admit COVID is endemic and we're working full time sans masks and distancing? They're still at risk and all we've accomplished is skirting ordering people to take a vaccine by ordering them to disclose medical information.So, you’re upset we are releasing 900 people but you’d be fine with thousands releasing because they can’t be guaranteed a work environment that won’t jeopardize their health (because they have underlying issues and need to protect themselves)? Interesting perspective.
Why is this even a discussion?? Of course they should be gone.....I was shocked a few years ago being at Petawawa Point and seeing some of the lard asses. Frig, I remember back in the early 80's RSM Flanagan actually noticed I got a little bigger, [from the 30 waist size I'd had since school to a 32] and suggested " to step away from the dinner table".If you're going to count all the morbidly obese people, I'd suggest the solution is release them,