Asked out of curiosity...

Nevyrmoore

AKA Ass-Bandit
#1
Because I'm rather curious about this right now, does anyone here know how different the training in the US Armed Forces is compared to the training in the British Armed Forces?

*EDIT*
In fact, make that overall differences between the two.
 
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Merc

Certified Shitlord
V.I.P.
#3
That's about the most uneducated guess I've ever heard Alex.

Both armies are set to kill and defend.

Stop letting the media teach you about American and pick up a damned book.
 

Swiftstrike

Registered Member
#6
Well.

American Armies are built to be pre-emptive, the aggressor, or invader. American Armed Services aren't built to defend. My buddy who is a Lieutenant in the Army was talking to me about that.

The British Armed forces I thought were more centered on defense although I could be wrong.

I would not join the American Armed forces right now. They are keeping their men who fulfill their service longer and for more prolonged periods. Basically their some men in Iraq who have finished contractual obligation but the top brass is not letting them return. They are extending their terms of service and just give them more compensation. Whether or not they like it.
 
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