I feel you. I'm dealing with the same situation. We just gotta work through it (;^ω^). I'm glad you're well at least.
I'm alright thanks for asking. Not ready to go back to school because of the workload (Yay AP and IB Exam cramming month). How about you?
Hey Maru, well, Omega now. I haven't spoken to you in 3 years so I thought I'd pop in and say Hello. Good to see you again.
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Fair enough, it's only 2 more years of schooling.
Ah, fair enough. Seeing as he has a degree already (hopefully a Bachelors), if he likes it enough after the initial 4; he can look into becoming an officer (if he wants). The benefits are well worth it.
Fair enough, at least he wanted it. I know way too many that either got suckered into it from a recruiter or they just ended up getting it because they went Open General. I don't know he if has a degree or not, but being that he will be SF; it may behoove him to look at the CCAF, even if just to see what credits he will be getting and what it will be good towards (Being the CCAF only hands out Associate degrees, it may or may not be interesting; but it definitely was a help in knocking off about 25 or so credits on my degree when I went for my Bachelors) especially if he wants to look at a degree in law/law enforcement. But it will be best for wait on doing any actual college work until he has his 5-level (skill level base towards his job), mainly because he'll need to maintain focus on his job related training until then.
Security Forces? That sucks. At least he'll be able to play with more guns than just the M16 and M9. I am an AF vet myself, so if y'all have any questions about the job, being in the service, or anything like that, feel free to hit me up. I know the recruiters like to tell folks a lot things, half of which is false and the other half is true under certain circumstances.
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