You and the Foreign Legion

YOU and the FFL

  • No plans on joining

    Votes: 30 12.0%
  • Plans on joining

    Votes: 167 66.8%
  • Tried to join, got rejected - not going back

    Votes: 2 0.8%
  • Tried to join, got rejected - going back

    Votes: 10 4.0%
  • Served less than 5 years

    Votes: 9 3.6%
  • Served 5 years or more

    Votes: 30 12.0%
  • Serving now

    Votes: 2 0.8%

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good luck, have fun :p
 

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adrian said:
Hey are Charles Lovelace and Danny still around here?
no, they got tired of the B.S. that went on for while :mad:
 

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Well not a surprise. I can now see the things differently because i'm serving now myself. Atleast they know i made it :)
 
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My relationship with Legion? my next home for atleast 5 years and my job for 15 years and my retirement payer for the next up coming years for the rest of my life. i have no other options for myself than Legion i shit you not but i cant get any jobs in my home country cause i have had stroke, but what you dont say to them they dont know about it? ;) :confused: :D
 

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I'm thinking of joining for a change in life, but I do have some regrets maybe.
Rightnow I'm kinda nervous on the situation but I taking alot of consideration about it, or I might just join the U.S Army. :confused:
 

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Join the U.S. Army: you´ll see more ground fire and deal with live-fire ambushes and no mock-ups....
 

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engagé volunteer said:
My relationship with Legion? my next home for atleast 5 years and my job for 15 years and my retirement payer for the next up coming years for the rest of my life. i have no other options for myself than Legion i shit you not but i cant get any jobs in my home country cause i have had stroke, but what you dont say to them they dont know about it? ;) :confused: :D
They read these forums.

Am I joking? :p
 

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As long as you don't you plaster your face/ass on this board plus dates of departure to France and arrival in Aubagne (real names go without saying), you're not really traceable....
 
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Comando84 said:
i going to Marseille in june 15,,shit finally..

i.m a wannabe but finally I am going to fulfill my dream.
Commando 84,
Goood luck to ya in the lead-up to yer departure, if you're still set in yer path in the FFL....Keep the board posted when/if you can at Castel....
 

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Can a young man with a small criminal history in the U.S. join the Legion? This young man needs total structure in his life.
 

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Can a young man with a small criminal history in the U.S. join the Legion?
Answer is yes. If he meets the Legion criteria he'll be taken if he committed only minor offences.
 

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If I decide to go, it will be in December of this year or, if not then, possibly in December of next year. If I don't go this December, it's unlikely that I ever will, though. I haven't made up my mind yet. I'm waiting to see how things turn out over the next 6 months.
 

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You take my best wishes with you mate good luck.
2REP, 5RMP, 1RE, honourable discharge. Je ne regrette rien :cool:
 

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Who are the ones that got rejected? Could these persons please give some advice on how to act and behave, what to do, and don't do during selection?

And when are you going back?
 

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Slivovitz said:
I dunno boys. I don't trust this Administration further than I can throw it. We might not even get a chance to head for France. Dubya's talkin bout Iran the same way he was talkin bout Iraq back in the day. It's either a political tactic to further convince the American public that we're in some sort of imminent danger, or it's war. If it's war you can bet yer ass there's gonna be a draft... we're spread too thin as it is.
Anyway, if I CAN join the Legion I WILL join the Legion. Mark my words.
Cheers,
William
This administration is just fine thank you. It's better than if Al "invented the internet" Gore or Joe "2 wives/divorced" Lieberman were in office.

You want action gentlemen? Join the U.S. Army, there is plenty more to go around than in the Legion.
 

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Mason said:
You want action gentlemen? Join the U.S. Army, there is plenty more to go around than in the Legion.
... I couldn't agree more provided that you can join the U.S military.....
 

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But I don't think it's an easy life in legion! Anyway, I would like to join it after four years
 

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The Dude said:
... I couldn't agree more provided that you can join the U.S military.....
Yeah, some of us considered that, but then again, when you ain't an american, you'll have to apply for an immigration-permit, and then, you have to prove that you can be american enough to join the US armed forces... Then the legion is much easier...
 
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