15 Army Survival Rules That Might Help You In Civil Life.



15 Army Survival Rules That Might Help You In Civil Life.

1. Don't look too smart before your superiors. Instead, look stupid before them. People are generally comfortable with stupid people whom they can easily control.

2. Every Superior needs your advice but not in public and If there is a competition, don't come first, and don't come last.

3. Your colleagues are the backbone of your work. Treat them well or they may betray you.

4. Remember that the smartest and most intelligent officers often do not get to the top. Only the most loyal ones do.

5. Never "contest" a woman with your superior. It is the fastest way to die and many have gone that way.

6. The wife of your superior is either a goldmine or a landmine. If you are not sure of which she is, avoid her.

7. If your superior admires your girlfriend, surrender her. If he admires your wife, stand by her. A girlfriend is an accolade. An accolade can be lost without dire consequences. Your wife is your crown. You are nothing without her.

8. Don't look for your seniors. Let them look for you. If they look for you, don't keep them waiting.

9. If you are lucky to have stumbled on "mega" money, maintain your old lifestyle. If you can't maintain your old lifestyle, maintain a low profile. Camouflage and concealment are not only for the warfront.

10. Remember that drinking, smoking and womanizing are prominent features of the job yet, no medals are allocated for them. Be wise

11. You can never be the winner in any argument with your superior. Even when you have won.

12. Know that the enemy's degree of training is dependent on yours. If he is well trained, then, you are poorly trained. If he is poorly trained, you are well trained.

13. Never reject a gift from a superior except in protest of a salient point. It is the greatest indirect show of disloyalty.

14. Do not chose where to be, but rather go  everywhere you are deployed.

15. Wait for your time. No rush

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