Top 2 Ways to Dominate Boot Camp!

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  1. My dad was in the NAVY as a medic as a First Class for 12 and a half years, he was retired due to a brain tumor, but he's only 37 and well now, but he said it was fun, I might join, but I am only eleven.

  2. There is no secret or short cut to basic training. You are not going to learn advanced war fighting skills. It is basic break you of your personal habits and teach you the basics of military life, most of what they teach you in the first half of training you will never use again. It is just stuff to drill Attention to Detail, and Follow Orders and Try your Best. Leave the drama at home, leave the attitude at home. To succeed do not be hte nail that stands out in either a good or bad way. Those who stand out will get hammered. You want to be like camouflage and blend in. Be there to help the entire group succeed, anything you can do to make the group pass or succeed will help everyone pass, making you valuable to everyone else. If you super shine above all others at the cost of others the rest will shun you. You may hate folks your in it with you, its only a short period of time. Suck it up, get through it, dont complain. Its just a game, the stuff dont make sense when your doing it, just do it. Only thing you can really do prior to going to training is do fitness training. Run, Pushups, Situps and whatever else that the services fitness training may have. That is the only pre-training you can really do that will help you at all. The sooner you can reach the fitness standard the easier your life will be, just one less stressful checkbox pass you wont have to worry about.

  3. I am only a 15 year old, but I think I want to be in the army! I love working out and I am pretty motivated. Would I go through boot camp for the army? And also, do the drill sergeants yell at you ALL THE TIME, or is that just in the movies?

  4. At breakfast the Friday we were graduating, we kept telling all the divisions below us to check their chains and would laugh our asses off, internally of course, when they would frantically look down and slap their chests. One kid got butt hurt and told their RDC who came and yelled at us for a couple seconds before our Petty Officer came over and told him we were about to leave and he just chuckled and walked away. It was great.

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