What do you work with/study?

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Valroe
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What do you work with/study?

There are lots of members in this clan I have no clue about what are working with or studying in real life.

Non-SAS you are welcome to write it down as well.

What do you all do??

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I'm going in a steiner/waldorf school.
And I'm working in a supermarket called Netto with stores in Denmark, Germany, England and Sweden..

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SAS_En4cer
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Well lets see...

I have been working in prisons since June 13th 1988. I am currently a Captain in rank, I have just over 15 years operational experience in CQB tactical engagements. I have studied, Karate, Coga, Ju-Jitsu, Aikido and now I am studing Hapkido (Korean) and I go for my Blue belt soon.

I am married (still) and have 2 kids and 2 cats.

Despite being no longer active in the field I continue to study CQB engagements and keep my mental skills active through my cyber life at SAS. I love paintball and enjoy studing the movements of another player just before I kill him !

Yeah, I think that pretty much covers it. Oh and yes, I am old, but not the oldest here, still have to respect a few elder to me !

Que -- - - JB & Blade for starters !!

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I work as a paramedic. At that job I teach and guide other EMT's and paramedics in how the perform their jobs skill wise and attitude wise etc... But the primary objective is to be there as a team for the patient... and hopefully save some of them also.

My second job I organize and promote first aid classes for the Red Cross. I manage the instructor group and maintain their quality. Hopefully I will get promoted there and start to work as first aid director in a new nation wide company owned by Red Cross. I will get that answer within some weeks.

My "third" job is as Sgt for the great 22 EVR. To bad I cant make money on it, cause I would love to have that as my 100% job.

I also study. I study girls hehehehehe

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Well.....I am currently a serving paratrooper of her majesty's Parachute Regiment.

I have been a soldier since the tender age of 16, i liked the fact that i got paid running around in green and shooting guns. My first tour of duty was in Kosovo where i was stationed in Pristina as part of the MNTF-C. I have also seen action in Sierra Leone, Borneo, Omen, Iraq, Afganistan, Senegal. i am a instructor in soldiering, and fieldcraft.

There are more details to what i do but you need to be signed up to the Offical Secrets Act to hear them

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Hmm not much for me... I'm at high school in Australia Biggrin
Currently Year 7 (13 Yrs old)

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I put criminals behind bars for a living.

As one of the King's prosecutors, it is my job to contribute to punish the guilty, and per the innocent off the hook. I have mostly been working with aggrevated violence, vice and homicide. Leading police investigations in a good, old crime mystery, is both interesting, brain challenging and exiting. Taking the crime into the courtroom, and present the facts in an easy-to-understand manner, and fighting aggressive defense solicitors, is quite challenging too.

I also serve in our territorial army, and have done so for 21 years. I started as an artillery observer, sending grids to the howitzers and then put on ear protection when the shells came in overhead. I moved on to a military unit with Close Protection as main task. I have also been abroad on NATO-missions, and worked closely with officers from the Nordic countries, UK, Germany, Canada, US and even Russia.

Now, I serve approx 30 days a year, mostly weekends. I have retired from the most active duty, and I am now in the operations branch as chief current ops in a well-equipped and highly motivated task force-unit.

Neither being an officer or a prosecutor earn respect at home. I have a Mrs Rouge, several Miss Rouges, a female Cat Rouge -- and my respectful companion: Tango the dog.

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Im work as a training oficer and EMT b/a instructor for the EMT aprentices. Same company as Medic.
I teach them all that Medic needs to corect later...haha

I'm married, got 3 boys and a dog. Like hiking, fishing and do some hunting. We got a cabin in the mountains that we visits as often as we can.

My military background is slim, like all other boys in Norway i got drafted for 12 mnth. Served my time as squad leader in Provost Marshall branch at AFNORTH.

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What do I work with, as in what I get paid to work with... A swiffer duster, can of EndDust, a magic eraser, windex, clorox, rags, and paper towels lol.

What I work with and study, but don't get paid for... I'm a self-educat(ed/ing) geek of computers specializing in computer science and software engineering matters.

Some years ago I started to teach myself to program using C++, and started to pick up many other languages. Most of my time outside of SAS is spent using PCs running a BSD Unix based operating system; writing code in vim while chatting with friends. A lot of the stuff I work on coding are front end / back end style applications, creating filters for processing data, and designing tools to get things done eaiser.

I have an intense interest in compilers, communications protocols, and systems; I would very much like to formally study mathematics and telecommunication /networking stuff one day... but that's unlikely to happen in my life time.

My idea of the perfect future: an equally geeky girl by my side and several kids Wink

I maintain a near omni-presence habit of checking several forums several times daily:

sasclan.org -- this forum
forums.pcbsd.org -- pc-bsd support forum
daemonforums.org -- forum for BSD Users

And formally a few others on various matters. Most of my time on the computer side of forums, is generally spent trying to help people with unix issues, and when possible to be aware of things that may bite me later (e.g. the 64-Bit version of nVidia drivers for FreeBSD suck, but the 32-Bit ones are fine).

I'm also a proud member of The Mighty [SAS] 22nd Elite Virtual Regiment. Currently serving as a Warrant Officer Class One and assigned to Webmaster duties.

Training people for and taking part in "serious" tactical games as a team, is one of my joys past and present. I also try to conduct myself in a mature and professional manor, inside of the virtual world and out in the real world, and probably owe that to being apart of this team.

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Welp, Most of my schools days were spent bouncin around the states as a Navy brat, then after college I climbed poles for 22 years for CATV and one day in 1991 I opened my eyes and was layin in a hosiptal bed all busted up and I knew nothin, Brain had took a vacation from bein pulled off of a telephone pole. I studied Shoto Kon, Judo and boxin since 1974 and some wrestling and Kenpo with my two boys.
I now just fish Bass tourneys and fish with my Long time Best friend JB when we can get out there,I have been married for 29 years to a Great wife and I got two boys and a Fine Golden Ret named Buck.
I have also with JB's help gotten to game with some Mighty Fine people on RVS! I hang around the house and tinker with boats and motors and do some gardening, I also make a mean batch of Beef Jerky.

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After Serving in the US.Navy (4 Years), VietNam ERA Vet, I took up Automotive Mechanics. Did'nt like it, but found I was very adept in Management.
Since then I have been in the Management Field Dealing in Automotive Repair, Currently a Manager for a Automotive Parts Company.
Studied Ju-Jitso, Kung-Fu and hold a Black Belt in Karate.
As a Hobby I play FPS games and I am also a Member of the SAS 22nd EVR
I have 5 Kids (4 boys and the youngest a Girl), Divorced and currently live with my Girlfriend of 5 years and my Cat...

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I am a chemist. I am hoping to start working on a Ph.D. sometime within the next ten years.

Echo (Christopher)

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Wow you guys have almost all experience in the army lol. For my part I'm studying in mechanical engineering and I will specialize my self in aeronautics.

My hobbies are fixing cars (if someone wants to talk of that with me, I'll be glad to improve my knowlege), girls and of course [SAS] 22nd EVR!

I'm an old semi-pro Counter-Strike:Source player and now I just play it for fun (played CAL-M if anyone knows what it is)

And you valroe what do you do?

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SAS_Spawn
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Yea..I Agree...

Valroe, your Next..:)

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Valroe
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Hello everyone. Im Valroe, and im an alcoholic.

23 years old, served in the northest north of norway at 18, in a HM Attack/Recon unit called STORM. Enjoyed freezing my ass of so much that I signed contract as a "volunteer" with the same unit. I`ve had 2 tours to Afghanistan, first tour as QRF operating out of Kabul [see training & tactics - "Basics on CQB" :D], second tour as part of a MOT Military Observation Team = long range recon/HUMINT, operating our of Meymaneh.

In my spare time I enjoy playing golf, and I try to go to the beautiful city of stavanger to Surf as often as I can. I occasionally also do some cross country skiing and snowboarding in the mountains of Norway.

I am currently serving under the same AO as Rouge in a National Guard task force unit, specializing in CQB [Rouge controls the show from TOC and we breach the doors :)]. Im also studying something called Digital Media/Representation (In lack of a better translation).

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I am currently 16 years old, and just started college. (Different to the US format).

I am studying Maths w/ Statistics, Chemistry, Biology and French, in hopes to do something Medical.

I studied Judo for about two years, I play cricket regularly for a local side

Currently loving college, get some numbers Dirol

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As you see from my current sig, I was a airforce guy. I was serving in 338 fighterplane sqv in 96 as a medic. I did a lot of training with the MP's and dog unit to make the time fly. We also trained with the sqv's anti terror unit.

I had a 2 year contract with NATO's IRF, bu I quit just before they got deployed to Italy. Sad

did some service in the territorial army as a medic and in a special group who attacked positions during exercises. That was a lot of fun.

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Hello all

I am old
But not to old
Married
2 kids
No cats

Relevant background:

Army
MP in the airforce.

Profession
Police since 1994.
Got into a special unit in 2004.
The unit deal with high risk situations.

Been in one other clan.
It was a Swat 3 clan came from SAS back in 1998.
Been more or less active the last 2 years.

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About 20 years ago, I participated in a survival-camp in our local woods - so much about military-experience... Blum 3

When I was young I made several things like canyoning and climbing.

A favourite of mine are Middle-Age-markets. The really best event is the Knight-tournament in Bavaria --> http://www.ritterturnier.de (the homepage is in german, but you'll find there many pics...) Wink

With the age of 21 I joined my fathers company, which was founded by my grandfather in 1932.

In 2004 I took over leadership in the third generation. We are producing high-quality silverchains (basic, fantasy and hand-made) for the german and international market.

It is a very busy and challenging job and I am often on business-trips in order to present and sell my products. The time left I spend with friends and gaming.

I am nearly 36 years old, being single and fine with it most of the time... Dirol

DUKE, Germany

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Track'em, find'em, kill'em!"

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Nice to know there are a few people here of U.S.N. relation hehe Smile

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well im not too glamourous.

Lets see..by day i drive HGVs all around the UK. I am an experienced nightclub DJ, playing to a maximum of 800 people (so far) on a regular basis, i own my own web hosting company and am qualified in Computer Science, Physics and Design Technology. I hold a brown belt in judo, am a competant rock climber, and at the age of 14 was ranked 13th in the country for my division in Kayak marathon racing, i was also instructing groups of people (sometimes twice my age) in kayaking at the age of 14.
And yes....i can swim..;)

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Hello, I was told I should let people get to know me by posting in the forums, so I choose this topic for my first post!

I have nowhere near as much military experience as most of you, I was in the RAFs' training group - the ATC, when I was 15, learned basics of piloting and got experience with .22 calibre rifle, but I quit and after high school pursued a career in music. I got a higher national certificate from college and am currently in 3rd year at uni studying for a degree in popular music.

I haven't had much military experience, but I have been described as the best guitarist in Scotland on several occasions :O if I'm not boasting too much Blum 3

Slow is smooth, smooth is fast

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Now Scias, create your Own Introduction Forum as I am sure many SAS would like to say Hi, and please...Put Pants On Mate...hehe

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Scias
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Affirmative. Pants equipped.

Slow is smooth, smooth is fast

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ROTFL

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SAS_Hostile
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I'm a mailman.......... I bring the mail Lol

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Scias
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I'm a mailman.......... I bring the mail Lol

Really? I could use some more pants. Cheers bro! Lol

Slow is smooth, smooth is fast

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To paraphrase the Khan of an ol'gang of steel vipers,

There is nothing more frighting on the battlefield, then a drunkin, screaming, and hollering Scotsman in a kilt charging over a hill at you, out for blood!

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Something of my life

Hi guys,

i am just 43 and work as network system engineer. After finishing school i learned "foreign agent". 1989 i decided to bring my computer skills more professional and changed to an IBM system house. 1993 this brought my the chance to work at our local radio station. We got 3500 active network clients and have chance to bring in up to 6500. 1 Gig to the desk and 10 gig in the core.

In the meantime i made my PADI Instruction an take it to level of an IDC Staff Instructor and a CMAS 2* instructor. Worked many years in the summer in mediterean sea on a english dive base.

I have no military experience, spend 8 years at the red cross and was i educated to an ambulance officer.

Start sport shooting about 1990 and 2001 i decided to make my hunting license. Married with witch great wife, 1 daughter of 12. no dogs (to busy).

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Re: Something of my life

I have no military experience, spend 8 years at the red cross and was i educated to an ambulance officer.

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COOL Biggrin

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