Armies in Germany have begun asking users to ask them about their “armies” online.
The army has long been known for its chatroom community, which has grown since the internet was invented.
It’s also an area of particular interest to German soldiers and civilians, who often discuss the tactics and history of the country’s armed forces in private.
One of the most recent threads on the Army Ask forum is an attempt to ask a member of the German army about their branch of the armed forces, or its branches.
“I am currently in the army, which is in the North-West, I am in the Air Force,” the user who answered “my army” wrote.
“How do you train?
How do you carry out a mission?
And also what is the life like for you as a person?
While there is no official record of who first suggested this question, it appears to have been made by a soldier who is known for making cryptic posts online.””
It was not a difficult answer, since I know very little about the army in general and the air force in particular.”
While there is no official record of who first suggested this question, it appears to have been made by a soldier who is known for making cryptic posts online.
“When you ask your friends for advice about how to train for an upcoming job, you should always ask for their advice,” the post reads.
“They might say: ‘It’s very hard to learn everything, especially the technical stuff’, or ‘it’s really hard to go through training’ or ‘you’re not very good at it’.”
The first time someone makes a suggestion about an area that they are interested in, I usually say ‘OK, let’s try that’.
“There is a small chance the post could have been posted by someone who was not part of the thread, but the military’s response is still being monitored by experts.
The answer might be one of the biggest successes of the Army Answer thread so far.
While it was not immediately clear if the military had any official response, the idea of asking people to tell them their military is interesting to some.”
This is a very good start to build trust with the people who are active in the German armed forces,” said Alexander Söhl, a senior researcher at the Institute for Information Security.”
It’s not just the answer to the question, but it’s also something to give people a sense of trust, that they can trust that the army is not just a bunch of guys who just want to get their boots on and be like, ‘hey, we’ll show you what we’re all about.’
“It’s unlikely that anyone from the German military will reply to the user’s question, although it’s not clear if they’ll do so on their own.”
I wouldn’t say they have any official answer.”