Rules during a training session

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Rules during a training session

Ok, you will see more training sessions now on TG1. Players with access are welcome. And I will try to post the sessions here when scheduled.

However, there are some simple "rules":

- When the instructor is talking, look at him
- Do not run around, stand still
- Do as told, eg: if you are asked to HOLD, then hold yntill new instructions
- Phones... they are banned. Unless VERY important
- Bathroom. I will try putting in breaks. Do not run away when the instructor are explaining stuff.

And last:

Welcome to training hehehehehe

SAS_Ezbass
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Roger that and Thanks for the Welcome!

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I guess it was about time someone codified that, before Sniper gets his rifle Wink

Pitman
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Neeeeed a pee-break, URGENT, Sir !!!

(lol)

SAS_Ezbass
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brb, someone at one of the doors :roll: Lol

SAS_Nick
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Sry brb i have a phone call! HAHA!

Don't know if it's important though.

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Added a special ringtone to my phone for urgent and important calls

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Nice one Medic Realism is the best way forward!

If a million people say a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing. Anatole France [Jacques Anatole Thibault] (1844-1924)

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Nice one Medic Realism is the best way forward!

To all of you who makes jokes about my rules... get a grip and follow Dallers example...

One more rule.... Chatting with others while training, also not a good thing... eg xfire, msn etc

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Yes, it's generally a good idea to pay attention when someones conducting a session your participating in. It really makes life easier on the teacher to be able to focus on the subject, then have to worry about keeping people from playing cards.

I'm sure most NCOs could find plenty of other things that need doing besides shouting atten'shun every five minutes Wink

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To all of you who makes jokes about my rules... get a grip and follow Dallers example...

It was only a joke, I understood all your rules there medic don't worry.

SAS_Nick
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