After two moths of main-instruction we were transfered to the place where we do our work.
In the first two months at the new location I got the instruction I need to do some work.
From now on most days will be routine. But I don’t care as long as I can get home for the
weekends. As I am on my own again (me and my girlfriend did part on october 16th)
i’ve got lots of time to meet all my friends. Living at the barracks has also got easier.
Now I’ve got a TV with sattelite-reciever and a chest of beer at my room.And we are allowed to
use mobilephones even while on duty.But I only answer calls in the evening.

Military Service

I peter passed the first few weeks of my military service and
I must say that it isn’t as hard as I expectet it to be.
Maybe it’s that easy because I pass my duty at the German Airforce.
The weekends I usually spend at home, so if you want to ask me something
by e-mail don’t wonder if it takes me some days to reply.
I’m not allowed to use my mobilephone weekdays, so don’t try to call me there,
If it hurries try to send a SMS. Well … thats all for now folks!


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