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cheez_1

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Unread post07 Oct 2010, 22:29

Just wondering if anybody knows of any weapons/armament jobs available overseas or middle east somewhere. I've got experience on F-22; F-16, and A-10...so if anyone has any leads or job openings, it would be greatly appreciated...spent some time in Europe, so don't know if it helps...
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Unread post02 Nov 2010, 06:40

Iretired from PAF. I have 15 Years experience of f-16 A/C.
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Unread post19 Nov 2010, 11:39

There are plenty of opennings Now with the Royal Saudi Air Force, With the ALSALAM AIRCRAFT COMPANY.

Go to www.alsalam.aero and fill out your application if you know of any one else interested have them apply all you need is 5 years fighter aircraft experience.
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Unread post19 Nov 2010, 20:21

I have a question for you, why are you recommending the company that you just said all those negative things about in another post...is it an ok place to work or not...is the work very hard...what....
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Unread post20 Nov 2010, 07:30

I am not recommending this company for ANY British, Canadian or American.
But if you ARE a TCN Pakistani and Muslim then this is THE RIGHT COMPANY FOR YOU.
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Unread post20 Nov 2010, 18:09

All jobs are the same. It just depends on what your looking for. Do you want a job to pay the bills? A job so you can eat? A job that will give some more experience?

Apply for all the jobs you see. When they call. Ask them what they are offering. If you have a good job right now. Tell them to take a hike if its not enough. If your hungry and need money. A job for one year with Alsalam would be ok.

The main thing is to not wait for the perfect job. It may never show up. So keep at it. And you never know. The guy your working for now. Knows a guy at your perfect job. And gets you in.
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Unread post20 Nov 2010, 23:37

Appreciate that honest a$$ answer finally from some one...
thanks MakoWes
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Unread post21 Nov 2010, 03:43

If you go on vacation either in or out of country you will lose 1/3 of your pay. Now I don't know of any place in the states where prices are lower than saudi.

This is dirty dealing on the part of al salam and it tells me they don't give a rats a$$ about you
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Unread post23 Nov 2010, 04:02

Ed
Just a question. If they treat you so badly. Why dont you quit?

I did a year in At Taif working for the RSAF. And its not like like your a hostage. Just say you have an emergency at home. Sell your stuff. Leave your crap. And go back home.

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