For the benefit of the non speakers that are german's what the video says basically: With pen, charm, and a pistol. She joined in 2002 and is one of the first officers that are female. She and her brother accustomed ...
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- For the benefit of the non German speakers here's what the video says basically: With pen, charm, and a pistol. She joined in 2002 and is one of the first female officers. She and her brother used to do lots of things together as children and so she ended up joining the military with him. He's proud of her. She works setting up the German military media online now. (German isn't my first language, sorry if I got any of it wrong.)
- The camo is better, as is the dress uniform. The work uniform looks like our air force's but the Class A coat is stellar.
- Ive never heard that a military academy could provide a non military related major. Is this common?
- Yes. The Bundeswehr has two Universities where all the Officers candidates should obtain a masters degree in "normal" courses. More Info
- doing it right.
- Let's be honest here: it's not good as long as your degree matches your role in the bundeswehr. If you study 'machine technics' and your job in the army is to rebuild damaged tanks/ IFVs/ etc. Then yes, you're one of 5% of the officer candidated who are lucky. The rest studies something which will be useless for them while serving, or does a mechanized infantry officer need to know hoe to programm a computer because he studied IT ? facking bullshit. You sign up for 13 years as officer in which it takes 4 years to study, the first two years are military service, then you go to college. So after studying you have 7 years to go...in which you will completly forget what you've actually studied since you didn't needed it while serving... Who is the better officer ? The one who studied something 4 years or someone who actually served in this time ? Ask your sgts or grunts but it's obvious I could rant on, but yeah. Source: officer candidate in the bundeswehr
- Every commissioned officer in the American Military has at least a bachelors degree. You can't commission without it. Source: American military officer candidate currently trying to finish his degree so he can actually go do something
- and that differs from my statement how exactly?
- oh, let me back up - oh, i see - someone deleted my comments. id stated that in the american armed forces, only officers were required to have a college degree.
- You said it's good, i told you why not. But seems like you young internet warrior care more about the internet points haha
- You're a candidate... But you're awfully full of yourself. How can you be complaining about "young kid's"? Are you a really old candidate? Held back a few years, maybe?
- You're calling me out for being full of myself yet you call me "a few years back", i mean really ? You know why i call him that ? Because i try to explain why i don't agree with him yet he writes such an awful response, i just tried to explain things...because i actually know them, unlike other ppl here on reddit
- So you're saying that you are entitled to be full of yourself because you think you're smarter than. Everyone else?
- Who is the better officer ? The one who studied something 4 years or someone who actually served in this time ? Ask your sgts or grunts but it's obvious I could rant on, but yeah. Source: officer candidate in the bundeswehr "who was only accepted without academic education".
- Most armed forces have programmes that allow their soldiers to study pretty much anything really, it is one of the reasons people join the military.
- Pedant hat on: most WESTERN militaries will provide for their soldiers' education. Cant imagine you get many university graduates from African, Asian and south American militaries. Sorry, pedant hat off.
- The military in those countries get the same results, loyalty, by providing a way out of poverty. Naturally gifted men are weeded out to be groomed as officers. That explains why a lot of military dictators have humble origins. Read more comments