Burning Conflict of Uncertainty... Seaman Specialist or Weapons Engineer...

slim

War Hero
I had free choice of all branches also, I ended up Warfare for a variety of reasons, was bored beyond belief and thankfully managed to branch transfer after a couple of years and a lot of fighting.

Go engineer.

Kinnell for the first time in yonks I find MontyP and me are in full agreement.
must go and lie down in a dark place
 

Ballistic

War Hero
Nice one @Conflicted .
I hope you get to play with the big guns - if you're still around when the Type 26's arrive you may even be working on the 5" Mk45 :cool:
I have to say I'm a bit envious.
 
Ninja_Stoker, Janner, NotAFourKnotFudgePacker, Slim, Fishhead, Monti & Trainer...

Thank You All for your inputs and for taking the time to give me some guidance and advice! It is really appreciated!

After much deliberation and further chats with my assigned CA, I've decided to go with ET(WE) and have my interview in the next couple of weeks. What can I say... the pull of the big guns and the "Guchi" equipment as my CA put it has sucked me in like a whirlpool and I just couldn't escape!

Once again, thank you for your time... I know having trawled this forum day and night for the last couple of weeks there's some hard work questions posted on here at times so hopefully I haven't fallen in to that category for any of you... but if so, then I reservedely apologise and welcome any ribbing that's comes my way...!

Cheers, L.

The new F35's are going to have big guns too :) Go AET
 

NUGAT

Midshipman
Sorry to necro this thread, but as you did a lot of research beforehand, I'd be interested in hearing how this turned out for you in the end. You of all would understand.

Cheers.
 

FunkyJunky

War Hero
Ninja_Stoker, Janner, NotAFourKnotFudgePacker, Slim, Fishhead, Monti & Trainer...

Thank You All for your inputs and for taking the time to give me some guidance and advice! It is really appreciated!

After much deliberation and further chats with my assigned CA, I've decided to go with ET(WE) and have my interview in the next couple of weeks. What can I say... the pull of the big guns and the "Guchi" equipment as my CA put it has sucked me in like a whirlpool and I just couldn't escape!

Once again, thank you for your time... I know having trawled this forum day and night for the last couple of weeks there's some hard work questions posted on here at times so hopefully I haven't fallen in to that category for any of you... but if so, then I reservedely apologise and welcome any ribbing that's comes my way...!

Cheers, L.
each branch has its pros/cons. However, (usually) should engineers at Collingwood fail during their Phase 2 module, they would be redirected to the Seaman Specialist branch......think that tells you enough

also, a crumb of context. The Sea Specs on my last ship once got their mess on a beer ban for (despite warnings and funny as it seemed for them at the time) constantly eating air freshener tabs.

good choice made IMO
 
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