Originally Posted by KSigMason
You got it.
Japanese is not an easy language to pick up in 3-weeks. The interpreter was assigned to my section, that's not that uncommon when traveling in foreign countries. If I didn’t have him with me I just relied on what little I knew and using body language.
I was in an Intel section. Sometimes I was in charge, sometimes I was in charge of security, and others I was in charge of maintaining the database. It just depended on who was there and what needed to be done.
Correct. I changed my primary specialty from Intel to UAV operator.
The enlisted promotion system uses a point system. I compared my score to both of my specialties and I was on the top of the list.
I only said I had fun in Japan, not in Iraq.
Civilian education? I have an Associates in Intel Operations.
Military? I graduated top of my class, went to ASAS-L Master course, and when I get back from this deployment I will attend the Master Analyst course.
Don’t worry, BlueAngel, you disgust me as well.
I'm not worried, but, just so you know, I don't believe anything you write about yourself.
I think it's all a pack of lies.
My assessment is that you're a LIAR.
Please, do the forum a favor and go away.
Thanking you in advance,