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    Quote Originally Posted by leejay View Post
    Only Jehovah Witnesses don't carry firearms, but then they have to serve three years at DB.
    and they have to wear boots everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakon09 View Post
    That's why got baton and wicker shield...
    it can protect you from rocks and pebbles only..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003 View Post
    excused firearm? nonsense. still call a soldier!
    Got... I remember one such case, he had a violent tendency... so safer for the rest if he didn't carry any arms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Got... I remember one such case, he had a violent tendency... so safer for the rest if he didn't carry any arms.
    instant pes F

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    Quote Originally Posted by advrider View Post
    instant pes F
    More like excuse firearms... then was transferred to a non-combat vocation after the BMT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Got... I remember one such case, he had a violent tendency... so safer for the rest if he didn't carry any arms.
    ya got excuse firearms pple..some of them have shoulder problems that cannot absorb the impact of the recoil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprintist View Post
    ya got excuse firearms pple..some of them have shoulder problems that cannot absorb the impact of the recoil.
    some cry when they fire the weapon. really got problem. instant medical review.

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    Most classic 'medical excuses' I had came across as excuse sunlight or excuse grass. Duh!!!

    Or should I say most ridiculous excuses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bored Dad View Post
    Most classic 'medical excuses' I had came across as excuse sunlight or excuse grass. Duh!!!

    Or should I say most ridiculous excuses?
    Tat I have heard of too... some even allergic to sweat... so cannot even exercise..
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Tat I have heard of too... some even allergic to sweat... so cannot even exercise..
    Sweat I can understand cause some skin condition could really be very sensitive to perspiration and sweat, once I had a NSF clerk who had such condition that I can believed, but excuse sunlight? Forever hide in the room? Excuse grass? Don't eat vegetables?

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    but i think some are really like this. though many are trying to emulate them...lol..

    kenging is everywhere..but so many just cannot be caught. if they can be caught i think 1/4 of NSF in DB..

    and can someone share why jehovah witness got to serve DB for 3 years just because they don't serve army? simply cos they dont have the pure intention to serve?

    i'm still abit dumbfounded by this. that time was at the court at kranji camp. saw this JW guy..he was there to defend himself, very knowledgable and studious looking but v skinny. got to serve DB..really got alot of suffering

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    but seriously, i dunno if it is just my unit, or the whole saf, but the number of psychological problematic nsf seems pretty high, be it twang or not. cos in my unit, i have 1 psychotic, 1 phobia, 2 declared gays, 1 severe adjusment disorder, and plus me, makes a total of 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by satay16 View Post
    but seriously, i dunno if it is just my unit, or the whole saf, but the number of psychological problematic nsf seems pretty high, be it twang or not. cos in my unit, i have 1 psychotic, 1 phobia, 2 declared gays, 1 severe adjusment disorder, and plus me, makes a total of 6.
    have any excuse sunlight? I have seen one case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Tat I have heard of too... some even allergic to sweat... so cannot even exercise..
    excuse uniform. another classic one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by advrider View Post
    have any excuse sunlight? I have seen one case.
    nope. my unit either psychological reasons, or real physical problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bored Dad View Post
    Sweat I can understand cause some skin condition could really be very sensitive to perspiration and sweat, once I had a NSF clerk who had such condition that I can believed, but excuse sunlight? Forever hide in the room? Excuse grass? Don't eat vegetables?

    Lupus Erythematosus

    Protection from Direct Sunlight

    An abnormal reaction to the ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun, photosensitivity results in the development or exacerbation of a rash that is sometimes accompanied by systemic symptoms. Photosensitivity is common in Caucasian patients. All people with lupus should avoid direct, prolonged exposure to the sun. Sun-sensitive patients should frequently apply a sunscreen. The best sunscreen is one that protects against both UVA and UVB rays. To get adequate protection, patients should be advised to select either a “broad-spectrum protection” sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, or one that contains micronized zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, both of which block UVA and UVB light. Sun-sensitive patients should also avoid unprotected exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and wear protective clothing, such as wide-brimmed hats and long sleeves. In severe cases, patients may wish to purchase special UV-blocking clothing. People with lupus should be aware that UV rays are reflected off water and snow, and that glass, such as car windows, does not provide total protection from UV rays.

    People with lupus should also know that fluorescent and halogen lights may emit UV rays and can aggravate lupus. This may be an issue for patients who work indoors, in places with these kinds of lights. Sunscreen and protective clothing can help minimize exposure, and plastic devices are available that block UV emissions from fluorescent or halogen light bulbs.

    SOURCE: National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, USA


    On a side note, my mother-in-law has Lupus, so i can see where "excuse sunlight" is coming from. Besides, as far as sunscreen goes, slick fingers don't work well with hand grenades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reflection View Post
    Lupus Erythematosus

    Protection from Direct Sunlight

    An abnormal reaction to the ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun, photosensitivity results in the development or exacerbation of a rash that is sometimes accompanied by systemic symptoms. Photosensitivity is common in Caucasian patients. All people with lupus should avoid direct, prolonged exposure to the sun. Sun-sensitive patients should frequently apply a sunscreen. The best sunscreen is one that protects against both UVA and UVB rays. To get adequate protection, patients should be advised to select either a “broad-spectrum protection” sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, or one that contains micronized zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, both of which block UVA and UVB light. Sun-sensitive patients should also avoid unprotected exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and wear protective clothing, such as wide-brimmed hats and long sleeves. In severe cases, patients may wish to purchase special UV-blocking clothing. People with lupus should be aware that UV rays are reflected off water and snow, and that glass, such as car windows, does not provide total protection from UV rays.

    People with lupus should also know that fluorescent and halogen lights may emit UV rays and can aggravate lupus. This may be an issue for patients who work indoors, in places with these kinds of lights. Sunscreen and protective clothing can help minimize exposure, and plastic devices are available that block UV emissions from fluorescent or halogen light bulbs.

    SOURCE: National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, USA


    On a side note, my mother-in-law has Lupus, so i can see where "excuse sunlight" is coming from. Besides, as far as sunscreen goes, slick fingers don't work well with hand grenades.
    I feel sorry for these people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reflection View Post
    Lupus Erythematosus

    Protection from Direct Sunlight

    An abnormal reaction to the ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun, photosensitivity results in the development or exacerbation of a rash that is sometimes accompanied by systemic symptoms. Photosensitivity is common in Caucasian patients. All people with lupus should avoid direct, prolonged exposure to the sun. Sun-sensitive patients should frequently apply a sunscreen. The best sunscreen is one that protects against both UVA and UVB rays. To get adequate protection, patients should be advised to select either a “broad-spectrum protection” sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, or one that contains micronized zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, both of which block UVA and UVB light. Sun-sensitive patients should also avoid unprotected exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and wear protective clothing, such as wide-brimmed hats and long sleeves. In severe cases, patients may wish to purchase special UV-blocking clothing. People with lupus should be aware that UV rays are reflected off water and snow, and that glass, such as car windows, does not provide total protection from UV rays.

    People with lupus should also know that fluorescent and halogen lights may emit UV rays and can aggravate lupus. This may be an issue for patients who work indoors, in places with these kinds of lights. Sunscreen and protective clothing can help minimize exposure, and plastic devices are available that block UV emissions from fluorescent or halogen light bulbs.

    SOURCE: National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, USA


    On a side note, my mother-in-law has Lupus, so i can see where "excuse sunlight" is coming from. Besides, as far as sunscreen goes, slick fingers don't work well with hand grenades.
    i have came across these cases...its really really bad...their whole life trying to battle this condition...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reflection View Post
    Lupus Erythematosus

    Protection from Direct Sunlight

    An abnormal reaction to the ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun, photosensitivity results in the development or exacerbation of a rash that is sometimes accompanied by systemic symptoms. Photosensitivity is common in Caucasian patients. All people with lupus should avoid direct, prolonged exposure to the sun. Sun-sensitive patients should frequently apply a sunscreen. The best sunscreen is one that protects against both UVA and UVB rays. To get adequate protection, patients should be advised to select either a “broad-spectrum protection” sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, or one that contains micronized zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, both of which block UVA and UVB light. Sun-sensitive patients should also avoid unprotected exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and wear protective clothing, such as wide-brimmed hats and long sleeves. In severe cases, patients may wish to purchase special UV-blocking clothing. People with lupus should be aware that UV rays are reflected off water and snow, and that glass, such as car windows, does not provide total protection from UV rays.

    People with lupus should also know that fluorescent and halogen lights may emit UV rays and can aggravate lupus. This may be an issue for patients who work indoors, in places with these kinds of lights. Sunscreen and protective clothing can help minimize exposure, and plastic devices are available that block UV emissions from fluorescent or halogen light bulbs.

    SOURCE: National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, USA


    On a side note, my mother-in-law has Lupus, so i can see where "excuse sunlight" is coming from. Besides, as far as sunscreen goes, slick fingers don't work well with hand grenades.
    how about excuse uniform? what is the medical condition?

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    ok 2 pix for ppl like me who never held a SAR21 b4 :

    Weapon stripped :




    Fully assembled :




    looking at the weapon itself, it's quite easy to strip and it weights juz abt 4.4kg roughly abt a small packet of rick (5kg) so wouldn't be surprised if he's juz put it in his backpack and carries it around.

    Juz wondering, how could be be on guard duty and left his camp in Mandai and ended up in Cineleisure ?? ........ planning to play Ghost Squad at the game arcade izzit ??

    Now the top brass from the CO of the camp down to the DO will get grilled for this guy's garang / foolish act......... ROD loh.... sorri ORD ..... wait long long liao... probably Court Martial serve his time then Civilian court and serve time again, gonna be a waste of tiz guy's prime..... his youth.....sad
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