MIL I hate being told we have to give classes

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  1. TRN

    TRN Well-Known Member

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    There is nothing wrong with the occasional hip-pocket class but seriously....every minute of the day doesn't need to be taken up with that shit.

    Lord forbid we stand around for 10 minutes not doing anything. :squint:


    Anyone else have a command that seems obsessed with them?
     
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    SoCaLlove New Member

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    lol. i gotta teach a mout class tomorrow. Just going through some old mci's for info.
     
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    What is the class for? My old unit was the same exact way, I guess they figure they'd just squeeze every second of your time that they possibly can.
     
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    Anything you want to give it on
     
  5. brackac

    brackac Fuck all of this. OT Supporter

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    When I was stationed in Hawaii, the SGM made it mandatory that every E5 and E6 carried around a CTT manual, so that hip pocket training could been done during any down time.
     
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    As a landing support specalist in a logistics regiment the only time we actually do our job is when a unit and/or their gear is moving from one place to another for a deployment and we're requested by MMCC/LMCC.

    Obviously that means we don't work very much while in garrison. Every minute of every fucking day while not on an op is spent doing classes to include a monthly training schedule that includes exactly what we'll be doing every minute of the day and which NCO will be in charge of/teaching said class so if the planned class isn't going on they know who to point the finger at.

    :rl:


    cliffs: yeah i know how ya feel
     

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