The Pros and Cons to a combat deployment

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With the current events you might be thinking about the possibility of getting deployed to a combat zone and whats the good and bad about it. In this video im giving you the pros and cons to a combat deployment.


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  • bichon bèach
    Posted at 15:56h, 17 January

    Chris, this has to be one of your best videos. It brought tears to my eyes, when you described the landing in Texas! You all are so greatly appreciated, especially in times like these. I thank you for your service. Keep making these great videos.

  • Jalen Birkett
    Posted at 16:48h, 17 January

    My dream is to join and do special forces and I always say I’d rather die than come home injured, bad mindset?

  • MadWolf1980xxx
    Posted at 16:50h, 17 January

    I feel like any job in the military, combat or not, has got to be better than a typical minimum wage job.

  • mac burger
    Posted at 16:55h, 17 January

    and as I've been called a troll many times over about, keep in mind that at least nine months, we generally have the longest deployments of all branches. even marines generally don't have deployments as long as we do. so thats something to consider especially if you have dependents and worried about being away from them for the longest time periods. special forces get six months but they are on rotations where they have to deploy again every six months.
    You also may not do your MOS much on deployments. I've known people who were not EOD's being assigned details of looking for roadside bombs, for example.

  • Joseph Brzuska
    Posted at 16:55h, 17 January

    A combat deployment will be a dream come true

  • jthavorn
    Posted at 17:18h, 17 January

    Hey Chris I was never deployed but I know that feeling when traveling through an airport in uniform. Some people wanted to come up and just shake our hands and thank us for our service. A few people (trolls) would shout things like “Bush Supporter!” or other “Baby killer!” It can definitely go both ways. To those haters I would always say “you can say whatever you want about us. Either way, I will defend your right to free speech regardless if you support me or not.”

  • Nova Sky
    Posted at 17:41h, 17 January

    How lenient are they when you are deployed to another country that is not a combat zone such as Germany or Korea? Is it pretty much the same as being stationed somewhere like Texas?

  • Kaziel KaBuki
    Posted at 17:54h, 17 January

    19D I ship to Fort Benning on the 27th of January

  • NazgulWitchKing
    Posted at 20:31h, 17 January

    Love the vids man. Could you do a video about what mos are in the engineering corps

  • Derron Coleman
    Posted at 20:56h, 17 January

    Have you been in combat?

  • old reliable
    Posted at 21:13h, 17 January

    when i was at ft.lewis i was" on levy to germany! i did not ask to go but i went! 80's

  • Jeremy Ontiveros
    Posted at 21:22h, 17 January

    love your videos Chris they helped me get through everything, quick question? what happens if someone gets injured or family members die or pregnancy anything like that before deployments?

  • Shane Thornton
    Posted at 22:54h, 17 January

    What age did you start?

  • Tyler Wickwire
    Posted at 02:59h, 18 January

    Love the like/dislike ratio 159 to 0

  • Nicolas Salvador
    Posted at 04:54h, 18 January

    Getting merked

  • The Chillmaster
    Posted at 05:27h, 18 January

    your trip to Afghanistan didn't count as a combat deployment?

  • Theodur Nayne
    Posted at 06:35h, 18 January

    Hey Chris! Just a question in general. Do you know if it is possible for a soldier who's generally a Fobbit (such as myself, I'm an analyst) to go on patrols outside the wire? I know that combat is at an all time low atm, but I want to participate in those types of operations. (I'm considering reclassing, but I'll likely deploy before I get the chance.)

  • Lil Fert
    Posted at 06:59h, 18 January

    No dislikes? Wow, congratulations.

  • Luis Fontan
    Posted at 13:54h, 18 January

    Can you talk some about Army Reserve?

  • Erik Rodriguez
    Posted at 20:30h, 18 January

    You forgot one of the biggest cons Jody 😂

  • sean lim
    Posted at 04:46h, 19 January

    I think Id like to see a video from you about fellow Soldiers who actually took someones life during a combat deployment and their coping mechanisms. I think thats a very serious topic I havent seen yet

  • Platinum Bars
    Posted at 15:39h, 20 January

    As of right now 6 months into deployment
    Been to Syria for a month and Iraq the rest so far

    -Tax free pay
    Basically double what I get paid in the states
    -The sense of brotherhood since you are around people from your company going through the suck together
    -You gain appreciation for the little things you got back in the states, like certain foods, good WiFi, predictable schedule etc
    -Combat patch to cover up that slick sleeve
    -You are held to a higher standard when you get your Combat patch, even more so if you get a CIB
    -lots of gym time if you arent currently going on missions

    If you do not have a dfac it’s going to suck extra hard, but if you don’t have a dfac you also get per diem so it makes it worth it

    -Details, tons of connex details, layouts, Tent building and tear down details, I am going to have nightmares about reading off serial numbers from the SI Connex.
    -daily efficiency training
    -Cafes or restaurants in the Middle East do not hold decent health standards
    -Barely anywhere to check your SRB or MyPay so I’d recommend buying a cac reader

    PS, marines are wafflestompers.

  • Pop a perc Like my back hurt
    Posted at 04:46h, 23 January

    One of my moms co-workers was actively deployed and he I not the same because he got his entire platoon wiped out in front of him and he was the only one left in his convoy and he had to return to base by himself

  • Mr.M1Garand 25
    Posted at 16:16h, 24 January

    Can you volunteer for a combat deployment in any branch of the military?