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Recent content by simzara

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    General Medical Questions [Merged]

    No problem. My post was a bit confusing, I should have been a bit more clear on that. In regards to the medical, I've heard stories of people having a psychological interview, and career interview with high ranking officers in addition to the medical. It's something similar to an RCMP medical...
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    General Medical Questions [Merged]

    The recruiter said that in regards to security clearance the lived outside of Canada only counts if you've lived after you turned 16 for 6 or more months. We have not lived outside or traveled for long after coming to Canada. I was born in India, and this is why I was concerned about security...
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    General Medical Questions [Merged]

    I turned 5 on the day we landed.
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    General Medical Questions [Merged]

    Thank you for the reply. I was expecting all of that examination. In my birth country they do all of that, in a lot of cases you spend a few days in an army hospital where they do almost every test imaginable.
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    General Medical Questions [Merged]

    Is the medical test for reservist different from the Reg force? At the medical they checked my joints but there was no blood test, urine test, no questions on family history and they didn't do a prostate exam or asked me to take my clothes off to check for any unusual marks or somethings.
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    Army Communication & Information Systems Specialists (Sig Op, Lineman and LCIS Amalgamation)

    What kind of security clearance is required for ACISS and how long does it take? I have not lived out of Canada, don't have relatives out, and have not done anything wrong but the thought of it makes me nervous.
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    Army Communication & Information Systems Specialists (Sig Op, Lineman and LCIS Amalgamation)

    Have you seen people who were once in my shoes who have changed their view on the trade later on? How do infantry view sigs? Yes, the complaints about being in sigs have what's discouraged me. So, even infantry get bored on their jobs and and are not always deployed or taking "cool courses?"to
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    Army Communication & Information Systems Specialists (Sig Op, Lineman and LCIS Amalgamation)

    Thanks again, have you had the opportunity to travel a lot and build strong friendship while your time in the trade? Also, I assume that they might not let me switch to infantry since aciss is an in demand trade. And I've even heard that reserves infantry have a harder time switching over to reg
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    Army Communication & Information Systems Specialists (Sig Op, Lineman and LCIS Amalgamation)

    Thank you for taking the time to reply. So just because someone is in a combat trade doesn't mean that they'll get to travel more than someone in ACISS? If I stay in aciss can they make me do a speciality that I don't enjoy? Such as fixing computers or will they let me decide? I've heard...
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    Army Courses List

    For the courses that have MOC Common, can someone from ACISS take them?
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    Army Communication & Information Systems Specialists (Sig Op, Lineman and LCIS Amalgamation)

    I applied for ACISS reserves and have been accepted. I Will start my BMQ soon but I have started my parade nights two months ago. ACISS is not the tradeI had hoped it would be. I want a trade where I can be outside more instead of just doing boring repetitive stuff and have a strong brotherhood...
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