MIL This spring / summer / fall is going to SUCK

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  1. Insdav3

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    -End of semester (april 27th)
    -AT @ Pendelton (12 days for setup)
    -MOS @ N.C. (actually looking forward to)
    -MCT @ Camp Pendelton ~june/july
    -I-LOC / Mojave Viper @ 29 Palms
    -Fucking Iraq


    All this "muscle weight" i put on I can kiss goodbye :wtc:
     
  2. scottiemac

    scottiemac It's time to shoot some hot dogs!

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    good luck and have fun
     
  3. gtcrispy

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    What kind of MOS training do you do for Supply? At least you are getting some other good training like MCT before you head over.
     
  4. Insdav3

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    everyone who's gone to the damn supply admin school said it was confusing as hell and they still didn't know wtf was going on. It's basically a on-the-job training MOS but I need the basics and structure, you know?
     
  5. Insdav3

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    There's only four things that depress me about training.
    1. Being hungry all the time.
    2. Not being able to properly work out for my body structure (i'm small, but I need to be lifting weights)
    3. Missing my girlfriend.
    4. Not getting enough sleep.


    Other than that I could care less :)
     
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    Well, on the bright side, right after/before (can't remember) Mojave Viper, we get to come home for 10 days.

    On a good note, we'll be able to lift weights a lot while in Iraq. Most of the Marines I know who went to Iraq got really big while they were over there.
     
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    Is it just additional schooling ontop of your previous MOS school or have you not been to MOS school at all? regardless anything to help you do your job is good. I'll be dealing supply as far as the team goes when I get finished. Not really looking forward to it.
     
  8. Insdav3

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    Good. To be honest with you, my body is a bitch. I'm 155lbs right now and I'm telling you I will go down to 135 at MCT.

    I wonder how long shifts are going to be in iraq, sleep plays a huge factor.
     
  9. Insdav3

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    1st mos school evar. :hsugh:

    It's cool though because it's right on the beach- so you know where I will be spending my weekends.
     
  10. Insdav3

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    :dunno: I've already got a year in. But yes, it's true.
     
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    They are making you do AT even when you have "active duty" schools to attend?
     

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