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11-10-10, 03:00 AM #1
About the ties between the U.S, U.K and AU...
lately australia has been getting closer to america, but i just wanted to ask what yanks really think of australians.
i've seen different opinions of the brits everywhere, some seem to think eng isn't really an ally anyway, others say anyone who criticises uncle sam's strongest ally has never been to war. i wanted to know what marines think of australia, too.
11-10-10, 07:04 AM #2
We are glad to fight beside ya
We have had the Aussies on our side and i'd rather fight with ya then against ya .
11-10-10, 08:44 AM #3
Love your women!!
11-10-10, 08:47 AM #4
11-10-10, 04:52 PM #5
I like that you guys are allowed to wear cammie shorts.
11-10-10, 05:24 PM #6
haha thanks for the response
also just feel like pointing out, because everyone seems to think i'm a guy... i'm a girl.
11-10-10, 05:31 PM #7
I have no problem with Aussies at all. We used to exchange chow in VietNam back in the day. Australia has always been a great ally of the US. They fight well, are great people to work with. And since you are a girl, the cami shorts would even look better! 8-D
Back in the day, Sydney was a big R&R destination . . . Whiskey a Go Go! I doubt anyone remembers go go girls . . . most are too young.
11-10-10, 05:31 PM #8
Post a picture
We love Aussies here. LOng story but puttin down a couple of Fosters is an art.
11-10-10, 06:21 PM #9
Any pictures of a certain Australian woman wearing above mentioned cammie shorts would be greatly appreciated.
11-10-10, 06:34 PM #10
11-10-10, 07:36 PM #11
We had an Australian in bootcamp. I didnt think he would make it. Turned out to be a good Marine. I always liked the way they talked.
11-10-10, 08:04 PM #12
I like the Australian influence of cooking on the barbie....
Not the plastic..50+ ageless doll face tramp.
Nice port of call .... beaches..... and brew
I even like the pig sticker that Mr. Dundee carried.
Never wanted to box the kangaroo....seen him the biggest of grunts...
Liked it back in the day when the Aussies made port of call/vacation stops in the Hawaiian isles.
11-10-10, 08:12 PM #13
11-10-10, 08:14 PM #14
Enlistment into the U.S. Marine Corps, or any branch of the U.S. military, by citizens of countries other than the United States is limited to those foreign nationals who are legally residing in the United States and possess an Immigration and Naturalization Service Alien Registration Card (INS Form I-151/551 — commonly known as a "Green Card"). Applicants must be between 17 and 35; meet the mental, moral, and physical standards for enlistment; and must speak, read and write English fluently.
Note: The U.S. military branches cannot assist foreign nationals in obtaining admittance into the United States. Questions concerning immigration to the United States should be asked of the U.S. Embassy. Only after immigration procedures are completed and an applicant is legally residing in the United States may an application for enlistment be accepted.
Furthermore, in order to be commissioned an officer in the U.S. Navy, one must be a native-born or naturalized United States citizen.
The U.S. government agency which is responsible for immigration and naturalization is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. Their web site is at http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm
11-10-10, 09:02 PM #15
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