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Old 05-15-2009, 09:06 AM
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You know....I'm starting to strongly dislike your tone


so sorry
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Old 05-15-2009, 09:17 AM
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so sorry
It's okay..I'd be more upset if you weren't as sassy.
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Old 05-15-2009, 09:25 AM
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It's okay..I'd be more upset if you weren't as sassy.
I guess I'll have to be kind from now on.
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Old 05-15-2009, 12:07 PM
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I'm heading out there in just 4 days now, probably will never see you but this is what I've been told. Head down, eyes up. Just remember, when your out in the field and its hot as hell, I'm probably gunna be out there too, but stuck inside a tank
you're training to be a tanker?!?! that's what my bf is! did his BCT at Fort Knox for 4 months, came home for...just over 2 weeks...and is in South Korea right now. Still driving the tanks of course, but he has been able to shoot them too. Best of luck out there!
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Old 05-16-2009, 10:59 PM
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i spent 3 months at fort knox. i got injured on the confidense course. fell off of a 12 ft wall and hurt my back pretty bad. the doc then put me on 3 days bed rest and doing that i was informed by my ***** *** ds that i was going to b recycled. keep in mind i was already in my 6th week so it really pissed me off. if u miss 3 days of training they will make u start all over. well i then spent 3 weeks in fat camp (rehabilitation platoon) its where soldiers either train to get better or a soldier will be placed there if he cant pass the pt tests and then b recycled. well anyway the doctors finally concluded that it was best if i was discharged and maybe come re-joined at a later date. so i ended up staying a total of 13 weeks. i had to watch my company graduate and move on to ait while i was stuck in a building with other ppl waiting to go home. it sucked bad. but anyways about bct. i really hope u understand the full extent of the physical, mental, and psychological hell ur about to endure. u think u can handle ppl yelling at u lol with all do respect... u have no idea. the very best peice of advice i would like to give to u is just this, whatever u do try to make it where ur ds doesnt know ur name for the entire 9 weeks. ur gonna get smoked until u think ur arms r gonna fall off. ur gonna clean ur weapon so many times u will know it inside and out. another peice of advice. when they say learn ur insignea's, ranks, etc. dont take it lightly learn it like its part of u. and pls if u dont remember anything else pls memorize the soldiers creed. its not that its hard to learn its just so damn long. u will recite it atleast every morning. and it u so much as get one word wrong ur gettin smoked. but anyways if u have any other specific question ask me i remember those 13 weeks like it just happened. im in the process of gettin back in. im was gonna be 25U but im going in this time as MI if possible. but anyways
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Old 05-17-2009, 12:18 AM
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I bet that did your confidence the world of good...Good luck on your next journey in the US Army mate...
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Old 05-17-2009, 08:22 AM
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i spent 3 months at fort knox. i got injured on the confidense course. fell off of a 12 ft wall and hurt my back pretty bad. the doc then put me on 3 days bed rest and doing that i was informed by my ***** *** ds that i was going to b recycled. keep in mind i was already in my 6th week so it really pissed me off. if u miss 3 days of training they will make u start all over. well i then spent 3 weeks in fat camp (rehabilitation platoon) its where soldiers either train to get better or a soldier will be placed there if he cant pass the pt tests and then b recycled. well anyway the doctors finally concluded that it was best if i was discharged and maybe come re-joined at a later date. so i ended up staying a total of 13 weeks. i had to watch my company graduate and move on to ait while i was stuck in a building with other ppl waiting to go home. it sucked bad. but anyways about bct. i really hope u understand the full extent of the physical, mental, and psychological hell ur about to endure. u think u can handle ppl yelling at u lol with all do respect... u have no idea. the very best peice of advice i would like to give to u is just this, whatever u do try to make it where ur ds doesnt know ur name for the entire 9 weeks. ur gonna get smoked until u think ur arms r gonna fall off. ur gonna clean ur weapon so many times u will know it inside and out. another peice of advice. when they say learn ur insignea's, ranks, etc. dont take it lightly learn it like its part of u. and pls if u dont remember anything else pls memorize the soldiers creed. its not that its hard to learn its just so damn long. u will recite it atleast every morning. and it u so much as get one word wrong ur gettin smoked. but anyways if u have any other specific question ask me i remember those 13 weeks like it just happened. im in the process of gettin back in. im was gonna be 25U but im going in this time as MI if possible. but anyways

Man, that really stinks you got injured and everything. I'm not really worried about BCT for a few reasons. 1. I am niave and have no idea what is in store for me...and by the time I do, it will already be over. 2. I welcome the challenge and getting smoked will be difficult but I want the training to be demanding and tough..it will make me stronger. 3. I feel everything in life is what you make of it...you can chose to enjoy things or the oposite. I personally think I will enjoy learning to take apart and clean my weapon. I will enjoy being treated like I am 10 years old and slowly gaining the respect of my DS.

I have heeded the advice of my recruiters and buddies whom are already in and learned most of what I need to know.

The Army rank structure (off the top of my head)
Enlisted::Private::Private 1st class::Specialist::Corporal::Seargant::Staff Seargant::Seargant 1st class::Master SG::1st SGT::SGT Major::Command SGT::SGT Major of the Army

The Army Creed (off the top of my head)
I am an American Soldier
I am a warrior and a member of a team
I serve the people of the United States and live the Army value

I will always place the mission first
I will never accept defeat
I will never quit
I will never leave a fallen comrade behind

I am disciplined, physically and mentally tough, trained and proficient in my warrior tasks and drills
I am an expert and I am a professional
I stand ready to deploy, engage, and destroy the enemies of the United State of America, in close combat.
I am a guardian of freedom and the American way of life.
I am an American Soldier


I hope I got that right...otherwise feel free to make me do push ups!
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Old 05-17-2009, 11:14 AM
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Man, that really stinks you got injured and everything. I'm not really worried about BCT for a few reasons. 1. I am niave and have no idea what is in store for me...and by the time I do, it will already be over. 2. I welcome the challenge and getting smoked will be difficult but I want the training to be demanding and tough..it will make me stronger. 3. I feel everything in life is what you make of it...you can chose to enjoy things or the oposite. I personally think I will enjoy learning to take apart and clean my weapon. I will enjoy being treated like I am 10 years old and slowly gaining the respect of my DS.

I have heeded the advice of my recruiters and buddies whom are already in and learned most of what I need to know.

The Army rank structure (off the top of my head)
Enlisted::Private::Private 1st class::Specialist::Corporal::Seargant::Staff Seargant::Seargant 1st class::Master SG::1st SGT::SGT Major::Command SGT::SGT Major of the Army

The Army Creed (off the top of my head)
I am an American Soldier
I am a warrior and a member of a team
I serve the people of the United States and live the Army value

I will always place the mission first
I will never accept defeat
I will never quit
I will never leave a fallen comrade behind

I am disciplined, physically and mentally tough, trained and proficient in my warrior tasks and drills
I am an expert and I am a professional
I stand ready to deploy, engage, and destroy the enemies of the United State of America, in close combat.
I am a guardian of freedom and the American way of life.
I am an American Soldier


I hope I got that right...otherwise feel free to make me do push ups!
You got it wrong.
[url]http://www.army.mil/soldierscreed/flash_version/index.html[/url]

Drop and give me 8 million!
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Old 05-17-2009, 11:33 AM
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Man, that really stinks you got injured and everything. I'm not really worried about BCT for a few reasons. 1. I am niave and have no idea what is in store for me...and by the time I do, it will already be over. 2. I welcome the challenge and getting smoked will be difficult but I want the training to be demanding and tough..it will make me stronger. 3. I feel everything in life is what you make of it...you can chose to enjoy things or the oposite. I personally think I will enjoy learning to take apart and clean my weapon. I will enjoy being treated like I am 10 years old and slowly gaining the respect of my DS.

I have heeded the advice of my recruiters and buddies whom are already in and learned most of what I need to know.

The Army rank structure (off the top of my head)
Enlisted::Private::Private 1st class::Specialist::Corporal::Seargant::Staff Seargant::Seargant 1st class::Master SG::1st SGT::SGT Major::Command SGT::SGT Major of the Army

The Army Creed (off the top of my head)
I am an American Soldier
I am a warrior and a member of a team
I serve the people of the United States and live the Army value

I will always place the mission first
I will never accept defeat
I will never quit
I will never leave a fallen comrade behind

I am disciplined, physically and mentally tough, trained and proficient in my warrior tasks and drills
I am an expert and I am a professional
I stand ready to deploy, engage, and destroy the enemies of the United State of America, in close combat.
I am a guardian of freedom and the American way of life.
I am an American Soldier


I hope I got that right...otherwise feel free to make me do push ups!
wow..thats long. and isn't that whay they have on the Army commercials?!
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Old 05-17-2009, 11:34 AM
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You got it wrong.
[url]http://www.army.mil/soldierscreed/flash_version/index.html[/url]

Drop and give me 8 million!
thats right...he didn't put the enters in the right place. but he got it correct word for word...
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