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    My mum gonna cry when she see this thread.. my bro going in soon... LOL...
    Don't worry ... the commanders will leave a convincing ... "easy lifestyle" in camp when you send him off.

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    Originally posted by clive
    make sure u later after BMT either go OCS or SISPEC and be a commander.
    clive is instructor? i not very garang during these past 3 weeks... so i think my chances of goin very slim

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    Originally posted by SNAG
    Haha..
    Welcome back!

    Which coy are you in?


    Well, life in BMTC is very very different from unit life...
    Everyone starts from humble beginnings right?
    Although BMT is tiring, but it was rather fun...
    alpha platoon 1!

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    for the sispec thing.. the graduating date of my batch coincided with the intake period of sispec.. needless to say.. most of the people went in.. (garang or not.. haha)
    Canon 300D, 30D, 5D. 17-40 f4 L, 24-105 f4 L, 70-200 f2.8 L IS

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    Originally posted by djork
    for the sispec thing.. the graduating date of my batch coincided with the intake period of sispec.. needless to say.. most of the people went in.. (garang or not.. haha)
    Well..
    I would rather go into OCS rather than SISPEC..
    Wonder if you guys have heard of the term Suffer In Silence Plus Extra Confinement??

    OCS is a better choice IMO..
    But seriously, there are some "wayang kings" that got into OCS because of their incredible skills of "wayang-ing".
    To these people, I respect their ranks, but not them.
    heh.

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    clive is instructor? i not very garang during these past 3 weeks... so i think my chances of goin very slim
    The choice is not yours sometimes ... some people got in without any effort ... or enthusiasm ... chance is slim though if you fall in this category

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    Pokka

    Your batch has a higher intake of OCS cadets than the September ones. So you better buck up if you want to go there.

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    choice?
    if he has...not everyone was/is that lucky to have such a choice.
    Originally posted by SNAG
    Well..
    I would rather go into OCS rather than SISPEC..
    Wonder if you guys have heard of the term Suffer In Silence Plus Extra Confinement??

    OCS is a better choice IMO..
    But seriously, there are some "wayang kings" that got into OCS because of their incredible skills of "wayang-ing".
    To these people, I respect their ranks, but not them.
    heh.

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    im back! its a saturday!!!!! weeeeeeeeeeee
    my chinup improving!! after the muscles-recuperation week. my chinup before ns around 6......then drop to 5...now can do around 10!

    disruption test next week! wish me luck!!

    i not 'scholars' in poly leh. my results mediocre.

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    Actually, it is more or less pre-determined if you are going to OCS or SISPEC. Your ECAs also play a part. If I recalled correctly, there is a some test that is done during BMT by some external evaluators to see who can make the cut to OCS, that is also one of the determining factors ...

    Anyway, if you can make it to OCS then good for you. Otherwise SISPEC is also a good alternative (plus 10 yrs less reservists) ... if you did not make the cut for either ......

    (as the army song goes)
    Whacya wanna be ah?! Cook, clerk, storeman! .... HAHAHA

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    Originally posted by Retro
    Actually, it is more or less pre-determined if you are going to OCS or SISPEC. Your ECAs also play a part. If I recalled correctly, there is a some test that is done during BMT by some external evaluators to see who can make the cut to OCS, that is also one of the determining factors ...

    Anyway, if you can make it to OCS then good for you. Otherwise SISPEC is also a good alternative (plus 10 yrs less reservists) ... if you did not make the cut for either ......

    (as the army song goes)
    Whacya wanna be ah?! Cook, clerk, storeman! .... HAHAHA
    But just to ask, don't you think that the calibre of OCS officers are going down the drain?

    I am in SAFTI, and the cadets that I see everyday... hai.
    Some of my friends (who IMO CMI, and are wayang kings), got into OCS!!

    PS: I'm not a OCS instructor though...

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    Wwaaahhhhhhh!!!!!!

    Holiday Camp Ahhhhhh.

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    not smuggle la.
    tat time parents visiting can bring camera in ma. just tat cannot take pictures of sensitive buildings/objects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetShooter
    CAMERA! Aiyoh, so basic thing also can forget!

    A good attitude is also a useful thing to bring in...
    better don't bring lor, not suppose to bring any cameras or hp with camera into any army unit without any clearance, especially when u're just a recruit, unless u wanna end up spending ur wkends or PH in tekong doing guard duty

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNAG
    But just to ask, don't you think that the calibre of OCS officers are going down the drain?

    I am in SAFTI, and the cadets that I see everyday... hai.
    Some of my friends (who IMO CMI, and are wayang kings), got into OCS!!

    PS: I'm not a OCS instructor though...

    haha thats what the guys @ sispec said too!!!!

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    me too....haha....SISPEC means suffer in silence + extra confinement...
    Quote Originally Posted by Revo
    haha thats what the guys @ sispec said too!!!!

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    my pop parade...though the picture may not mean much to u. it means hell of a lot to me. =) after months of ****, the joy tat we( all the privates ) experienced is out of this world.

    http://www.geocities.com/tsguy.rm/tekong.htm
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    O R D LOH!

    It's fun lah BMT life. But start enjoying ur unit life, heehee... *rubs hands in glee*

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