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 on: Yesterday at 11:52:15 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by CAP9907
I just want to know what the SM staff role is for the course. You can keep all the super secret activities like push-ups and knifing sentries behind the OPSEC curtain.

I think everyone is missing the point we have now come to.... my man here is simply looking to see what a SM does at the activity. He is not looking for the codes to the football or secret stash; nobody wants to break your precious wall of silence. Jeez, you guys are thinking like this is a TS/SCI issue... get over yourselves already, it's a NCSA!!!

YMMV,


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 on: Yesterday at 10:50:24 PM 
Started by 1st Lt Thompson - Last post by Brit_in_CAP
And I strongly disagree with the idea of not involving parents.  I understand the idea of "doing it on her own",
but clearly she can't, and it's a parent's responsibility to help in these cases.

Any idea of hiding it from them will end badly, just like pretty much any other situation where society
has decided it's OK for minors to make life decisions without parental involvement, yet parents are still
held responsible for the outcomes.

When I see how involved my wife is with out kids Boy Scout stuff, I am always taken aback a bit with parents
we never see or hear from.
+1 here, esp the last sentence.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:49:42 PM 
Started by 1st Lt Thompson - Last post by Brit_in_CAP
Withdrawn...

 4 
 on: Yesterday at 10:44:27 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by PHall
In my experience, there are events whose particulars should come as a bit of a surprise, with a minimum of knowledge ahead of time. Two I can think of right off the bat are SERE School and USN Chief's initiation. People who have been through them don't talk about what they went through with those who haven't. There's a rite of passage involved. I think PJOC has a similar policy.


Exactly right!

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 on: Yesterday at 10:07:41 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by SarDragon
In my experience, there are events whose particulars should come as a bit of a surprise, with a minimum of knowledge ahead of time. Two I can think of right off the bat are SERE School and USN Chief's initiation. People who have been through them don't talk about what they went through with those who haven't. There's a rite of passage involved. I think PJOC has a similar policy.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:54:14 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by Fubar
This is a strange attitude.
One can get a download of what to expect @ SWCS... why not a cadet NCSA?

I wonder how parents feel about it too.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:29:48 PM 
Started by Cicero - Last post by Spam
We've got a member in the unit closest to me who has been passing operational traffic with PRWG for the past week.

It is happening, with the same caveats mentioned above. Operationally necessary at this point (limited hours due to fuel/genny issues).

V/r
Spam

PS Hey wait, Cicero - thought you weren't going to post again? (grin) You sound like Cyborg!  ;D


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 on: Yesterday at 09:28:41 PM 
Started by FNelson - Last post by CAPLTC
Yes and attempting to G2 the course from any angle is highly frowned upon (those that have attended this course or APJOC understand this).

This is a strange attitude.
One can get a download of what to expect @ SWCS... why not a cadet NCSA?

 9 
 on: Yesterday at 09:10:44 PM 
Started by Eclipse - Last post by CAPLTC
I wonder how they'll look with black boots.
They will look VASTLY better than this bizarro tiger stripe pattern currently approved.


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 on: Yesterday at 07:36:55 PM 
Started by Cicero - Last post by JoeTomasone
Right now hams in Puerto Rico are not taking inbound traffic since there's essentially no way to pass those messages - roads are impassible, fuel is scarce, phones are down, power is out.    They are, however, taking messages from locals informing loved ones about their status and passing them to stations on the mainland.   I have passed a number myself.

If you are a ham, monitor the SATERN net (14.265) and there is a ham (KK4DCX in San German) passing lots of traffic on 12.270. 


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