MIL I leave for Quantico in 10 hours

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  1. Zee916

    Zee916 Engineering the world.......

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    Heading to PLC-C tomorrow morning to start my 10 weeks.

    Talk to yall in August. :wavey:

    Z
     
  2. snoodles

    snoodles New Member

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    Ooh-rah

    When you get your first libo, send me your company and platoon. I'll be sure to send you anything you need.

    Good luck.
     
  3. thesuperlurker

    thesuperlurker yes i know i have few posts... you arent the first

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    Good luck, it's going to be hot. I just finished TBS a couple weeks ago. Living in beautiful Newport now.
     
  4. thekinggovernor

    thekinggovernor OT Supporter

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    lol I will be there in a few weeks


    but just to visit
     
  5. cossack

    cossack Resident thread killer

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    PLC-C wtf is that?
     
  6. snoodles

    snoodles New Member

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    it's platoon leader course - combined. you can either do a combined (10 weeks, one summer) or do a split (6 weeks, two summers). PLC-C is usually for seniors and graduates.
     
  7. Scrooge McDuck

    Scrooge McDuck OT Supporter

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    i have PLC next summer. keep us updated with how it is.
     
  8. Godspeed

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    Good luck. I'll give you the advice I got when I went to Juniors: "Don't do anything stupid."
     

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