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Old 28-11-2019, 10:34 AM   #7
reddevil0728
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Hmm... In addition, my thoughts are that the pay is decent, not fantastic, but allows a comfortable life.

Serving has its perks too, with benefits such as healthcare, food, and its a decent career.

I'm just not very knowledgeable about RSAF and the weekly working life...

Also...read somewhere that if SAF doesnt want to 'renew' your contract, you kinda lose your job....is that true??

If so...under what circumstances?!?!
(always thought it is a iron rice bowl)
So you want to sign on cause
1) "the pay is decent, not fantastic, but allows a comfortable life"
2) "benefits such as healthcare, food, and its a decent career"

how you know its a decent career if you are not very knowledgable about RSAF and the weekly working life...

If they don't need your service, why pay you to do nothing?

You are thinking of signing on for all the wrong reasons.
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