- Oct 16, 2006
Uh.. "of which I post here."Nice assumption. I served in the SANDF as well as the SADF and signed the code of conduct which every SANDF member signs and carries a copy of with their force ID. An example from the internet of which I post here.
I don't think you know how this internet thing works.
Ah, so as a civilian I never get a credit history check, good to know, I have been meaning to get a 4th credit card but was nervous that someone might check if I could afford it.Any political bias in the force is kept private as revealing it will get you noticed and entered on your file. You will attract the attention of counter intelligence and your next security clearance will be affected. When your next security clearance is due, people you know, even those not in the force are interviewed regarding you. Your bank account is also scrutinised dependant on level of clearance
There are plenty of things I don't know, having not been employed by SADF as an office clerk. OTOH, there are many things you will never know about the things I have experienced in my own career. Notice, though, how I do not feel the need to claim any level of expertise or experience to impress you and others. I wonder why you feel it necessary to regale us with your alleged military experience.or if something of interest to intelligence was noted in an interview. Things you will never know having not served. And things that never get done to civilian employees like you.