Would you be able to say when 254 troops pass out is for definite yet?
That's exactly what we want but my fiancée isn't exactly pleased about me wanting to join, but she's understanding that it's what I've always wanted to do, threw away all educational options and stuck to minimum wage warehouse work for this, so she understands that I don't want to let it go, we get married on the 29th September this year too, so that's not exactly helping with me wanting to join! But at times she is unbelievably supportive, but there are times where she's not a happy bunnyCouldn’t be more proud if I’m honest. My family have always been in the forces so to find out my partners ambition was the marines was amazing and well respected from my parents! Want us both to be successful and stable for the future with whatever our paths are.
Thank you! I want her to feel that sense or pride that I want to feel! I'm a very proud person so I tend to do what I can for myself on my own, but this is one of those situations where I can't! I don't suppose you have any word of advice for her about being away from your partner do you? What is life like away from each other, how often do you see each other etc.?Aw firstly congratulations! My partner tells me I’m the most supportive person that surrounds him which I always wanted. It was hard to digest but then it really hit once he left in November. All in all for how we want our life to go this step has to happen. We feel doing this will allow us to be where we want in a few years. I will always support him and I now whenever anyone asks I been with pride.