I thought it would be interesting to do a search term post again since I have not posted something like that for months. These are the following search terms that I thought I would address:
1. “air force engineer” rsaf
I’ve been getting some variations of the above for the previous month. I guess it is now job hunting season again for the fresh graduates. However it seemed interesting that nobody left a comment asking for any sharing of what it is like being an Air Force Engineer, considering that I am one myself. Leave a message if you are really interested in the job and I will contact you though email to answer any queries.
2. does mindef allow dyed hair
I thought that would be quite clear cut. The answer is no.
3. acceptable hairstyle for saf
This varies depending on which stage you are at. Trainees are expected to cut a shorter and neater hairstyle during their term of training, while soldiers in the units are given a little more leeway. They are still expected to keep it short and neat.
4. citibank clear card for tertiary student to purchase apple
Well the tertiary clear card only has a limit of $500 so if your Apple product costs more than that, sorry.
5. csit interview how long
Mine took 1 hour plus! I think I nailed that interview but I didn’t proceed to the next round despite being accepted for it due to my acceptance of RSAF’s offer.
6. does going university really matter in saf
I think in any organisation linked to civil service, going to university would matter. It would affect the grade you are in and the job you are doing. However do take note that going to university does not automatically qualify you for officership. The officer role in the SAF is required to have something called leadership which is a rather abstract concept since different individuals would have a different notion.
7. dreaded OCS pool jump
That jump is actually from a platform 5m above the pool. It is extremely mind-f**king to be honest. It affected me for some days thinking about it as I didn’t like all the free-fall kind of thing. The officers in my batch told us not to look at the pool when we are on top, so I didn’t. I only remembered telling myself to jump and get it over with. When I hit the pool, I was actually happy. It was a sense of contentment and accomplishment, like I did something I was really scared about and conquered it. So if you have the chance to go to OCS, please do the jump proudly. It is an experience to take away.