weapons engineer.

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  1. lucky

    lucky New member

    im applying as a weapons engineer,just got medical and fitness to go.is anyone on here a weapons engineer,if so could you tell me more about the job and life as a WE. thanks
     
  2. Jimmy_Green

    Jimmy_Green War Hero

    Being a W.E. you're unlikely to get a high bunk light bill.
     
  3. Fighting_Sailor

    Fighting_Sailor New member

    Are you joining as an Officer or an Engineerig Technician?
     
  4. lucky

    lucky New member

    Not as officer, Engineering Tech. Could you tell me more about it? Thanks
     
  5. soleil

    soleil War Hero

  6. lucky

    lucky New member

    yeah seen it,just wanted to talk to another WE. Thanks anyway!
     
  7. drunken_engineer

    drunken_engineer New member

    You'll be lucky. They're all playing golf......those of them who are out of bed.
     
  8. lucky

    lucky New member

    sounds like the job for me then lol
     
  9. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    It does indeed. Ask the question from your chair & then wait for the answer to appear in front of you.

    Apart from the WNCBC* aspects, you've cracked-it! :thumright:







    *WNCBC=Willy-Nilly Circuit Board Changes.
     
  10. Polto

    Polto War Hero


    More comedy genius! This is a fun week in 'forum land'!! :rendeer:
     
  11. hilly

    hilly New member

    hello there,

    did you manage to talk to a W.E. (backbone of the fleet, when upright lol)?
     
  12. lucky

    lucky New member

    no such luck as yet,could you help????
     
  13. tommo

    tommo War Hero

    When I was an OM and worked in the various WE departments we did various things from system checks, to hydraulic pipe changing, to circuit board making, to greasing, to cleaning, to sleeping, etc. Depending which section you work on depends on what type of engineering we did i.e electrical or mechanical if that makes sense.
     
  14. hilly

    hilly New member

    I am a CPOET(WE), started life as a WEM then went on tiffs course and just recently ended up being an ET.

    What questions do you have lucky? Would be glad to assist in any way, shape or form.
     
  15. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    Gasp! Friday afternoon too!!!

    (Welcome Hilly, good to have you here.)
     
  16. hilly

    hilly New member

    In my defence, i did take thursday off, just in case an emergency like this happened, lol
     
  17. wurz

    wurz Badgeman

    I was a WE tiff for 23 but left and got an easier job that paid more!!!! Tis true.
    Sorry for the digression but couldn't help the OP as they have changed everything in the last 2 years.
     
  18. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    Ah, now it makes sense.

    Your trolleys are truly ablaze! :thumright:
     
  19. Of course when WNCBC fails to sort it they resort to the other tried and tested WE repair technique - CTC*









    *CTC = Call The Contractor
     
  20. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    Gosh, I'd fogotten about that one!
     

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