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#13 - Isn't america retiring these beastly creations?  [+] (1 new reply) 12/27/2014 on Ohhhhhh 0
User avatar #19 - Blackrain (17 hours ago) [-]
Not yet, Congress put in the spending bill to keep them going.
#7 - Skanky bitch 12/18/2014 on She's got her priorities... +1
#50 - I feel sick 12/14/2014 on /guns/ +4
#9 - Help!!! Help!!!  [+] (1 new reply) 12/13/2014 on Mark Powell's Art +3
User avatar #27 - speacher (12/13/2014) [-]
Get'um!
#154 - Mate, I cant even imagine the sense of pride you get as soon a… 11/20/2014 on Random Interesting Facts... 0
#152 - How was the all arms commando course for you? it looks merciless...  [+] (2 new replies) 11/20/2014 on Random Interesting Facts... 0
User avatar #153 - mrwalkerfour (11/20/2014) [-]
it was shit. the worst for me was the BF assault course, lots of upper body strength bits, I'm a decent runner but i struggled on that, i got it by a hair.

rope climbs easy, you'll have climbed up ropes loads by the time you do commando test
load carry at night was hard, we nearly got lost.

9 mile speed march was hard, but not too bad for me really, i was comfortable with the pace, so i managed alright there

I had to do the regain over water twice , just cos i went the wrong way round he rope and ended up falling because of it.

firemans carry wasnt that bad

endurance course is tough as fuck, alot of people end up hurting their ankle in the assault course bit, then on the 4 mile run back they end up dropping because their ankle is knackered, so watch your footing on the 2mile cross country bit



30 miler is obviouslyl horrible, you rin about 70% of it. but you get into a rythme by mile 10, at that point i was just counting the miles, til the last water stop, then it jsut hurt the whole way to the finish, had massive blsiters,

the Tarzan course is more fun than difficult haha, i actually enjoyed it. all the jumping onto rope and climbing. still a ruthless pace though

i cant put into words the feeling when you get the green beret though after the 30 miler, you feel on top of the world.
#154 - bombadier (11/20/2014) [-]
Mate, I cant even imagine the sense of pride you get as soon as you put that green lid on. Iv got a massive long way to go yet but I cant wait to give the whole thing a try. Cheers for the advice though
#39 - Thanks mate, did you have to do the 32 weeks to get into 29 co…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Random Interesting Facts... 0
User avatar #151 - mrwalkerfour (11/19/2014) [-]
failing on fitness isn't so bad so long as you gave 100%, in youre marine training, never ever get down or drop out of something because you might be the guy at the back during a run, so long as you push yourself, and end up collapsing at the finish, all the NCO's will respect you, more so than the ones who breezed through it, i was like 100m behind my platoon in a 12 miler once, our platoon commander was a para and he set the pace at just less than sprinting it, the guy was a machine and he pushed us like fuck. but I finished (and threw up for 10 minutes after) and our platoon commander commended me for putting all my effort in and not dropping because about 14 people dropped and went in the jack van
User avatar #150 - mrwalkerfour (11/19/2014) [-]
no, 29 is royal artillery, we give light gun support for royal marines in combat. so i just did basic infantry phase 1 at catterick, then i did my artillery training at lark hill,

about a month or two after that i did a "beat up" for 6 weeks to get me fit to do commando tests, which is basically the same as what you'll do before you do your'e commando tests where they just give you nothing but fitness training every day,
#152 - bombadier (11/20/2014) [-]
How was the all arms commando course for you? it looks merciless...
User avatar #153 - mrwalkerfour (11/20/2014) [-]
it was shit. the worst for me was the BF assault course, lots of upper body strength bits, I'm a decent runner but i struggled on that, i got it by a hair.

rope climbs easy, you'll have climbed up ropes loads by the time you do commando test
load carry at night was hard, we nearly got lost.

9 mile speed march was hard, but not too bad for me really, i was comfortable with the pace, so i managed alright there

I had to do the regain over water twice , just cos i went the wrong way round he rope and ended up falling because of it.

firemans carry wasnt that bad

endurance course is tough as fuck, alot of people end up hurting their ankle in the assault course bit, then on the 4 mile run back they end up dropping because their ankle is knackered, so watch your footing on the 2mile cross country bit



30 miler is obviouslyl horrible, you rin about 70% of it. but you get into a rythme by mile 10, at that point i was just counting the miles, til the last water stop, then it jsut hurt the whole way to the finish, had massive blsiters,

the Tarzan course is more fun than difficult haha, i actually enjoyed it. all the jumping onto rope and climbing. still a ruthless pace though

i cant put into words the feeling when you get the green beret though after the 30 miler, you feel on top of the world.
#154 - bombadier (11/20/2014) [-]
Mate, I cant even imagine the sense of pride you get as soon as you put that green lid on. Iv got a massive long way to go yet but I cant wait to give the whole thing a try. Cheers for the advice though
#38 - Comment deleted 11/18/2014 on Random Interesting Facts... 0
#35 - Trying to be, got my PRMC in february  [+] (8 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Random Interesting Facts... 0
User avatar #36 - mrwalkerfour (11/18/2014) [-]
good luck mate, im in 29 commando, you should get in if youve got youre fitness down, the rest is basic bollox. if youre fitness is above the standard, thats like 90% of the hard work done for you. ive only ever seen PRMC once though, i was shadowing a corporal in prep for becoming lance bombadier, you dont get treat bad or anything really, they dont get nasty unless you give them attitude, dont do that cos itll make them want to drop you.
#39 - bombadier (11/18/2014) [-]
Thanks mate, did you have to do the 32 weeks to get into 29 commando?

Iv failed one PRMC because I was ill prepared, smashing the fitness even more now though, press ups and pull ups are the devil..
User avatar #151 - mrwalkerfour (11/19/2014) [-]
failing on fitness isn't so bad so long as you gave 100%, in youre marine training, never ever get down or drop out of something because you might be the guy at the back during a run, so long as you push yourself, and end up collapsing at the finish, all the NCO's will respect you, more so than the ones who breezed through it, i was like 100m behind my platoon in a 12 miler once, our platoon commander was a para and he set the pace at just less than sprinting it, the guy was a machine and he pushed us like fuck. but I finished (and threw up for 10 minutes after) and our platoon commander commended me for putting all my effort in and not dropping because about 14 people dropped and went in the jack van
User avatar #150 - mrwalkerfour (11/19/2014) [-]
no, 29 is royal artillery, we give light gun support for royal marines in combat. so i just did basic infantry phase 1 at catterick, then i did my artillery training at lark hill,

about a month or two after that i did a "beat up" for 6 weeks to get me fit to do commando tests, which is basically the same as what you'll do before you do your'e commando tests where they just give you nothing but fitness training every day,
#152 - bombadier (11/20/2014) [-]
How was the all arms commando course for you? it looks merciless...
User avatar #153 - mrwalkerfour (11/20/2014) [-]
it was shit. the worst for me was the BF assault course, lots of upper body strength bits, I'm a decent runner but i struggled on that, i got it by a hair.

rope climbs easy, you'll have climbed up ropes loads by the time you do commando test
load carry at night was hard, we nearly got lost.

9 mile speed march was hard, but not too bad for me really, i was comfortable with the pace, so i managed alright there

I had to do the regain over water twice , just cos i went the wrong way round he rope and ended up falling because of it.

firemans carry wasnt that bad

endurance course is tough as fuck, alot of people end up hurting their ankle in the assault course bit, then on the 4 mile run back they end up dropping because their ankle is knackered, so watch your footing on the 2mile cross country bit



30 miler is obviouslyl horrible, you rin about 70% of it. but you get into a rythme by mile 10, at that point i was just counting the miles, til the last water stop, then it jsut hurt the whole way to the finish, had massive blsiters,

the Tarzan course is more fun than difficult haha, i actually enjoyed it. all the jumping onto rope and climbing. still a ruthless pace though

i cant put into words the feeling when you get the green beret though after the 30 miler, you feel on top of the world.
#154 - bombadier (11/20/2014) [-]
Mate, I cant even imagine the sense of pride you get as soon as you put that green lid on. Iv got a massive long way to go yet but I cant wait to give the whole thing a try. Cheers for the advice though
#38 - bombadier has deleted their comment.
#26 - Royal Marines Commando!! yeah buddy  [+] (10 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Random Interesting Facts... 0
User avatar #33 - mrwalkerfour (11/18/2014) [-]
you in the marines?
#35 - bombadier (11/18/2014) [-]
Trying to be, got my PRMC in february
User avatar #36 - mrwalkerfour (11/18/2014) [-]
good luck mate, im in 29 commando, you should get in if youve got youre fitness down, the rest is basic bollox. if youre fitness is above the standard, thats like 90% of the hard work done for you. ive only ever seen PRMC once though, i was shadowing a corporal in prep for becoming lance bombadier, you dont get treat bad or anything really, they dont get nasty unless you give them attitude, dont do that cos itll make them want to drop you.
#39 - bombadier (11/18/2014) [-]
Thanks mate, did you have to do the 32 weeks to get into 29 commando?

Iv failed one PRMC because I was ill prepared, smashing the fitness even more now though, press ups and pull ups are the devil..
User avatar #151 - mrwalkerfour (11/19/2014) [-]
failing on fitness isn't so bad so long as you gave 100%, in youre marine training, never ever get down or drop out of something because you might be the guy at the back during a run, so long as you push yourself, and end up collapsing at the finish, all the NCO's will respect you, more so than the ones who breezed through it, i was like 100m behind my platoon in a 12 miler once, our platoon commander was a para and he set the pace at just less than sprinting it, the guy was a machine and he pushed us like fuck. but I finished (and threw up for 10 minutes after) and our platoon commander commended me for putting all my effort in and not dropping because about 14 people dropped and went in the jack van
User avatar #150 - mrwalkerfour (11/19/2014) [-]
no, 29 is royal artillery, we give light gun support for royal marines in combat. so i just did basic infantry phase 1 at catterick, then i did my artillery training at lark hill,

about a month or two after that i did a "beat up" for 6 weeks to get me fit to do commando tests, which is basically the same as what you'll do before you do your'e commando tests where they just give you nothing but fitness training every day,
#152 - bombadier (11/20/2014) [-]
How was the all arms commando course for you? it looks merciless...
User avatar #153 - mrwalkerfour (11/20/2014) [-]
it was shit. the worst for me was the BF assault course, lots of upper body strength bits, I'm a decent runner but i struggled on that, i got it by a hair.

rope climbs easy, you'll have climbed up ropes loads by the time you do commando test
load carry at night was hard, we nearly got lost.

9 mile speed march was hard, but not too bad for me really, i was comfortable with the pace, so i managed alright there

I had to do the regain over water twice , just cos i went the wrong way round he rope and ended up falling because of it.

firemans carry wasnt that bad

endurance course is tough as fuck, alot of people end up hurting their ankle in the assault course bit, then on the 4 mile run back they end up dropping because their ankle is knackered, so watch your footing on the 2mile cross country bit



30 miler is obviouslyl horrible, you rin about 70% of it. but you get into a rythme by mile 10, at that point i was just counting the miles, til the last water stop, then it jsut hurt the whole way to the finish, had massive blsiters,

the Tarzan course is more fun than difficult haha, i actually enjoyed it. all the jumping onto rope and climbing. still a ruthless pace though

i cant put into words the feeling when you get the green beret though after the 30 miler, you feel on top of the world.
#154 - bombadier (11/20/2014) [-]
Mate, I cant even imagine the sense of pride you get as soon as you put that green lid on. Iv got a massive long way to go yet but I cant wait to give the whole thing a try. Cheers for the advice though
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