Starting At Raf Halton March 2010 Watch
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I think until you've finished your Further Training course (Not Fitters), then you might find the job quite boring, however, its all valuable experience in my eyes, getting to know the jets, how things work on a day to day basis and going on det, its a worthwhile first posting. Im looking forward to going back on my FT course and doing the proper maintenance work but lineying in the summer is one of the best jobs going, pity in the winter the same cant be said.
The girls don't have it done so that means they can function with this really bad hindrance that we've put up with all our lives and got on fine with called hair, but us men are deemed incapable of being able to work with hair that's an inch longer than what they want?
Any reason for this?
Suppose girls do have some bonuses after all! lol
- CV Helper
hey i have my intelligence analyst specialist interview in two weeks , very very nervous and just wondering if anyone has got any reccomendations on websites , books etc that i can look at to improve my chances of success ??
Hey, I hope this reply isn't too late, but there's a good group on Facebook, if you are a member, called RAF Intelligence Recruiting, which has loads of useful info', especially regarding Spec Interview prep', through website, and literacy recommendations (downloaded from on-line or otherwise ordered through www.amazon.co.uk) etc. Probably best not to buy them all unless you want to buy another book case aswell. Be selective.
Anyhow, hope your Spec Int goes/went well
- Community Assistant
The MoD discriminates against men by cutting their hair very short during basic training.
Dry your eyes
- CV Helper
So MTFU and grow a pair.
Once you finish basic training you can have your hair a little longer as long as it doesnt touch your collar.
Its another way of making you all the same along with wearing a uniform, for you to become "one".
Threeportdrift... the hair thing is 100% discrimination. That cannot be denied. On the other hand not letting women do certain jobs is 100% not discrimination they jsut simply can't do it, again there's a difference.