Can I split army reserve training over months?
In US Army
You can split it into two parts, BCT and AIT, it's for reserve components only
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Why are you having such a horrific time getting over your narcissistic husband of six years when you split up six months ago at his insistence?
Answer . I need not tell you that narcissists are chameleons and can charm the devil himself if they want too, yet turn around to their spouse and be brutal and cruel. Narcissists are selfish, egotistical, controlling to a point of mind-games and it can even turn into physical abusers. YOU hav…e been mentally abused and you've been walking on egg shells for years. It's normal to have the feelings you do.\n. \nNo matter whether you ex husband was narcissistic you had some good times at the beginning and therefore good memories. You may have had children together and that is a bond no one understands, but it's there. You are in the "blame mode" and that's normal. You wonder how things could have changed so drastically and it had to have been your fault! Not true! You should get a medal for putting up with this guy and it's a wonder you lasted this long. Thank him from the bottom of your heart (just literally) that he insisted you split-up ... he did you a favor!\n. \nYou have invested a great portion of your life in this man and sometimes good relationships turn sour. I was married to an abusive/physically and cheating man for 3 1/2 years. The sad part about it is I saw these traits in him before we got married, but being young I really thought I was "the one" and I could change him. Let me tell you, that was the best lesson I ever learned! I finally got the courage up to leave him. I found an apartment (never lived on my own before), decided to stop seeing the friends my ex and I had chummed with, made new friends and got a new job. I must admit it was tough for awhile and I would cry myself to sleep many nights. I felt like an old rag that had just been thrown into a garbage can and I wondered what was wrong with me???? Later I wondered where my brain cells were! LOL After going through all that I realized that those feelings I had were like losing a loved one to death and indeed I was mourning a death ... the death of a marriage. In time I stopped blaming myself and realized that we don't have control over others and we can't change people if they don't want to change. It isn't always our faults, although in society we are often led to believe part of it had to be our fault. Not true! \n. \nWhat you are going through is very normal and try going with the flow. When it gets you down, get busy! Throw yourself into work, meet new friends and try to have a little fun. You are worth something! Go get a new hairstyle and buy a few new clothes just to make yourself feel better. Get a new outlook on life. Give yourself a chance to know who you are, what your strengths and weakness' are and I can tell you, you'll be pleasantly surprised. You got along just fine before you met your ex and you can do it again!\n. \nGood luck & God Bless (MORE)
Answer . \nNot getting a hair cut every 6 weeks will cause split ends. The shampoo has nothing to do with it.
In South Carolina is it legal for a 17-year-old girl to move out if she has enlisted in the Army Reserves but has not yet gone to basic training?
Answer . \nNo, the enlistee does not become emancipated until he or she is placed on active military duty.
How can you get over your ex if you split up six months ago and it still hurts but you were not happy with your relationship?
Answer . With time. Keep yourself busy, go out with friends, take up more hobbies. Keep yourself occupied.. Date other people . It's been long enough. The risk of "rebound" is low. Date other people. It'll help you put the hurt behind you. Since you admitted to being unhappy in your old relat…ionship, dating other people will help you better appreciate how unhappy you were and how fortunate you are to be out of it.. Answer . Time heals all wounds. Grief will end. Forgive that other person. Forgive yourself. Be fully in the moment, in the now. Release the negatives and rise free of them to be a "newer" you. Set about other activities as a substitute for ones you used to do as a couple. And make those activities your own.. Answer . Humans are creatures of habit. You state you were not happy, so what you are missing is the routine of a relationship and what little good times you did have. Just like a bad habit, to break it, you have to change your complete routine and your surroundings. Go to places you haven't visited before, and with people who you don't associate with your ex. Enjoy parks, museums, art galleries, festivals, fishing, playing billiards or any other sports. Go see an oddball movie, and go to flea markets, antique shows, or anything that will teach you something and be interesting at the same time. Just have some plain old good fun and enjoy yourself. You are still you, even though you are not with that other person. Define yourself and be the best for you. Do it NOW! Life is too short to fret over someone who couldn't and didn't make happiness as a couple a priority. Run, don't walk, and LIVE!!!!!! (MORE)
The employer must give the soldier whatever the orders state. I can't find the US Code that covers this subject, but look at www.userra.org for more info or call them at 800-336-4590
What should you do if you just came back from a month-long army training and your girlfriend of two years said she wants and indefinite break?
Let her go... . Let her go...if you just returned and she wants 'a break' I get the idea she may have found another person to spend the break with.. It hurts like hell, I truly know, but better to move on and meet some new ladies than wait for her when the chances are she will only want another… break later; possibly after you two have commited yourselves to each other.. I wish I had taken my own advice. He wasn't a bad guy, I just couldn't admit he was ready to move on.. Good luck, and as my last word of advice, holding a resentment is like taking poison and waiting for the other guy to die. Keep your chin up and you'll be way ahead of the pack!. Totally agree, most likely she found someone else while you were gone and want to explore that relationship. If she is willing to do it once, she would do it again. When she comes back, she will come back, don't take her back.. Thanks for the help so far. I think it might help to add she has said that another guy isn't the reason and I mostly believe her. She said more specifically that the fact she got to hang out with her friends again, as she is usually really busy with school or work, was the main reason. She said we spent too much time together and she just needs a break to be figure things out. One other note, nost of her friends were my close friends too but almost all of them would chose her over me if it came down to it since they are mostly her friends from high school and such. (MORE)
1. Air traffic controller. 2. Wheeled vehicle mechanic. 3. Aircraft mechanic. 4. Food service. 5. Medical. 6. Administration. 7. Dog handling (K-9 Corps). 8. Aircraft crewmen. 9. Engineers. 10. Electricians
If you are in the Army your fulltime job is to be in the Army. If you are in the Reserves you go through the training then go back to your civillian life until needed (train one weekend a month). Two separate gigs- army and army reserves. Lots of people will stay in reserves after their time as full… time. (MORE)
you have to really work at it! It takes a lot of practice, start with laying down an raising one leg at a time for 30 sec then gradually increase the time it will work i promise! But depending on your age, this can take up to about 2-4 months. be patient!
The napoleon army was trained in Briton and trained by push ups and running until they were fit and strong.
Reservation Against Cancellation. This is the list which is given after the reservation list. If someone has confirmed ticket but he cancel it due to any reason then if you have RAC you will be given reserved seat. The waiting list is made after RAC.
You wouldn't. The only people who do some of the training are civilians trying to lose weight. However they don't do the actual training they have some former Drill Sergeants and whatnot yell at them to lose weight.
Go visit an Army Recruiter or if you are already in, go see your retention NCO.
I hold a Black Belt in Shaolin-Do although I have not participated in some years now. To do the splits in any amount of time, you have to stretch as often as possible- preferably every day. Start by going down into the "split" position as far as you can and hold it for at least 60 seconds, but no m…ore than a few minutes. Increasingly this will get easier and you will be able to go farther down until you can to the splits, either side-to-side or front-to-back (whichever you practice.) There are infinite other stretches you can do- just search for "leg stretches" or some related term and you will likely find a thousand+. Good luck (MORE)
Railroad tracks are split into sections because there is a limit as to how long of a piece of steel you can transport.
The US Army Reserve is mostly support troops. Combat arms units--infantry, armor and engineers--normally belong to the National Guard. There is one infantry battalion in the US Army Reserve - the 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry Regiment, which is headquartered in Hawaii, and composed of Reservists f…rom Saipan, Guam, Hawaii, and American Samoa. Additionally, there are personnel with an 11 series MOS in various Reserve units (usually in IT or EX divisions), who serve in an instructor's role. (MORE)
because obviously u still have feelings 4 him .. the best way to get over sum1 is to find sum1 else try that .. make him jealous . you might just still love him maybe give him another chance
The US Army consists of three armies: Regular Army, Army Reserves, and the Army National Guard. The US Air Force has the same organization. The USN & USMC do not; they only have reserves. For the Army & Air Force; the AIR National Guard and the ARMY National Guard are (and/or were up until the US… Civil War) separate forces at one time; they were the STATE MILITIAS under the command and control of the GOVERNOR of the state that they belonged to. Example: During the US Civil War you might read during some battles (examples only) about the "35th Mississippi engaging the 46th New York at such and such place." AFTER the US Civil War, those names wouldn't be used...they'd say, as an example: "69th US Armor engaging the 202nd NVA Armor" (actual units engaged during the Vietnam War), but the 69th wouldn't mention a state...just the army itself...the US. Post US Civil War...the Army National Guard became the US National Guard so that "states" wouldn't fight each other again. Even though the Guard is still officially under the "C & C" (command & control) of the Governor, if he goes against the US government, as Arizona threatened to do in the 1930's over a dam project (water project); and Governor Wallace of Alabama actually mobilized his Alabama Army National Guard during a Civil Rights action in the 1960's, the US government can (and did in Wallace's case) activate the Guard unit into the REGULAR ARMY, this is a safety measure to prevent another civil war. Therefore, ALL US Army Reservists, Guardsmen, and US Army Regulars are US Soldiers: Privates, Private First Class, Specialists, Sergeants, etc. If you look at their uniforms they will ALL SAY US ARMY on them. None will say US Army Reserves or National Guard. Only on paper (orders: sometimes) will designations be so marked: Jones (USAR) or Jones (ANG or ARNG). Bottom line: Unless they were West Pointers or otherwise had received an "RA" commission, all US Army officers in Vietnam were Reserve/Guard officers on active duty. Upon completion of their tour of duty...they were returned to Army Reserve/Guard status and sent home. (MORE)
As of now, the US Army and Army Reserves is not accepting those who have felony charges, however it does not prevent you from contacting a local recruiter and let them know your charges and see if they can work something.
it is when you go past horizontal in your splits. You can do this by putting you foot or back leg on something (like a chair).
Get a house...as in receive housing allowance or live on base? No...but you can use your VA to get a home loan!
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It's been pretty commonplace for members of the Army Reserve to be activated and deployed to countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan, especially for service members in a shortage or high demand MOS (such as motor transport or military police).
Most of it boils down to opinion, and the Army Reserve will have pros and cons when audited against another component, such as the Army National Guard. The biggest disadvantage of the Army Reserve vs. National Guard I can see is that a lot of (but not all of) Army Reserve units are non-deployable…. What this means is that the unit as a whole cannot be deployed, but individuals within the unit can be deployed, the end result of this being that, if one is deployed individually from a non-deployable unit, they would ultimately end up serving in a unit full of people who were strangers to them, and with whom a good sense of rapport wouldn't necessarily be built up. When you deploy into a combat environment, it's preferably to know the people you're going with. The Army Reserve is composed of support and training units, with the exception of one battalion of infantry (100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry Regiment, based in Hawaii). For this reason, members of other components do have a tendency to look down on the Army Reserve. Which may be an issue or a non-issue, depending on how you end up taking that. States may offer additional bonuses for enlistment into the National Guard which are not available to Army Reservists. On the flip side, the Army may offer bonuses for enlistment into the Army Reserve which are not available to the National Guard. As an Army Reservist, you would not be subject to activation by your state governor. Some may see this as an advantage, but those who've enlisted with the intent of serving the community directly around them could see this as a disadvantage. (MORE)
With the exception of the 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry Regiment, based in Hawaii, the Army Reserve has no combat arms, and is a support force in its entirety. It's composed of training units, instructional units, and other types of support units, with combat arms being relegated to the National G…uard. All I can tell you about the Air Force Reserve is that it's a reserve component of the Air Force, rather than a reserve component of the Army. In both instances, members of the Army Reserve and Air Force Reserve are federal troops in their entirety, and not subject to activation by the governors of their respective states (unlike the Army National Guard and Air National Guard). (MORE)
Sure, but only at the end of your enlistment contract - you can't terminate your active duty contract to be in the Army Reserve, but you can enlist into the Army Reserve after you've completed your active duty contract.
American doesnt need a bigger standing army it needs a deep branch of trained soldiers held in reserve who can bemobilized?
I'd be prone to disagree. The Reserve components (including the National Guard) have been suffering substantially higher attrition rates than their regular counterparts, because the Reserve training schedule (one weekend a month, two weeks a year) does not allow them to be trained to the level of pr…oficiency which a regular would be trained to. It's one of the reasons the National Guard now has their 'Active First' option, so that members of the National Guard can spend some time in the active Army, and receive substantial training of the sort they would not receive by spending their entire career in the National Guard. (MORE)
The difference between night and day, if you want the short version. There are four components of the Army, and three of those are currently in place - the Regular Army, Army Reserve, and Army National Guard. When most people refer to "Army", they usually think of the Regular Army, which is a …full-time, active duty force of professional soldiers. They soldier 24/7 - they don't do anything else. The Army Reserve is composed of part-timers. They drill one weekend a month, and do two weeks (give or take) of annual training. My personal observation is that soldiers from Reserve components - especially those who don't have prior active service - tend to be lacking in proficiency and standards of discipline. However, the Army Reserve does have some strong points. Transportation units in the Army Reserve tend to have a large number of personnel who are professional drivers in civilian life, and put in much more time behind the wheel than their Regular Army counterparts. Military Police units often have large numbers of personnel who are civilian police officers in normal life, and have experience in actual police work, as opposed to Military Police of the Regular Army, whose cantonment area policing duties have been taken over by the DOD Police, and lack the investigative experience of a civilian police officer. Another major difference is that the Army Reserve is not composed of combat arms units - the reserve force of combat arms soldiers (infantry, cavalry, armour, artillery, etc.) is the Army National Guard. The Army Reserve has only one such unit - the 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry Regiment, which is based in Hawaii, and is composed of members from Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Mariannas Islands. (MORE)
The only way you can AWOL from the Army Reserve is if you're called to active duty, and fail to report in. If you miss your UTA drills (10 days of drill missed will get you discharged), it's typically just a discharge for unsatisfactory participation, and you could go back in 30 days later if you wi…shed. (MORE)
Yes a police officer can join the territorial army as a part time soldier Added; The above answer also applies to US law enforcement officers.
Snipers are not members of the Primary Reserve; snipers are members of the Regular Force - the full time soldiers. Snipers serve in various combat roles which require stealth, reconnaissance, and long-range firing capabilities.
STRETCH ! that's all that's going to help ! stretch every morning and every night before bed , when you're sitting in front of the tv , when you're doing homework , whenever you can ! if you don't know what to do to stretch then just practice doing and sitting in the splits as far down that you can …hold for at least 12 seconds . then ask some friends to help stretch you . just practice practice practice . they will come ! (MORE)
For lower enlisted, yes, as those are automatic promotions based on time in service. So, if you're a Specialist or lower, you shouldn't lose rank. If you're going to the Regular Army from the Army Reserve as an NCO, you should expect that you'll loose at least one rank/grade.
Same as they are for the Regular Army or any other military branch - 17 years old (with parental consent, or 18 without), no felonies or high level misdemeanor charges, able to pass the pre-enlistment physical and drug screen, US citizen or foreign national from an approved list of countries who has… established permanent residence and has declared an intent to obtain citizenship, no history of mental illness. (MORE)
Yes. You get paid for your monthly UTAs, you get paid for your two weeks of Annual Training, and you get paid for any time you're activated.
That is significantly worse than missing a drill. You will be marked as Unauthorized Absent (UA) and you likely receive an article 15 or might even be administratively discharged and required to repay any tuition benefits. You need to talk to your unit administrator and square your reason and schedu…le an alternate Annual Training (AT) if you don't want to get into some serious trouble. (MORE)
No such thing. The Army National Guard and Army Reserve are two separate entities. The Army National Guard serves also as the state National Guard, and is under the jurisdiction of state governors when not called to active duty. Soldiers in the Army Reserve are wholly federal, and cannot be called u…p by state officials. Full time members of the National Guard and Reserves are known as AGR's (army guard reserve). Others are known as Federal Technicians (usually mechanics and repair skilled jobs). (MORE)
In train reservation, HA1 is first class coach, and A is the coupebeing reserved. The coach section is the most basic section of apassenger car of a train.
Not unless you're either AGR or on active duty under Title 10 or similar orders.
yes they do. the do the regular aptitude phase of Joint UKSF slection and they have to hit the same times as the regular UKSF candidates (4kph), unlike 21 and 23 SAS R who have different times (slower)
Depends. Are they prior enlisted or is this a new soldier? If they just enlisted and refuse to go to basic then they're just going to be cut loose. If they have already been in and have to go to basic again (changed branch of service or some other unique reason) it will be entirely case dependent as… to what happens to them. (MORE)
Cc means a/c chair car, that means passenger will get only a sitting facility with air conditioned boogi
The Roman term "reserve" in the army did not have the same meaning as today's term. Today, at least in the United States, the term reserve is used to connote our "part time soldiers" or "weekend warriors" who at one time, would train for a certain period of time after they had completed their milita…ry service in order to be ready if they were called up. This practice has been discontinued. The Roman army did have a "reserve" which was the third line in a cohort's battle formation. It was made up mostly of veterans and was used to reinforce the front two lines and to step up when the front lines were depleted or needed a rest. (MORE)
That's going to depend on what kind of unit they are. The METL isn't going to be the same for a deployment-oriented transportation unit as they would for, say, a non-deployable transportation unit which operates as part of an Institutional Training division. Nor would the METL for a Civil Affairs un…it look anything like what it would be for the aforementioned transportation units. (MORE)
Any US Army recruitment center. The same recruiters who recruit for the Regular (active duty) Army also recruit for the Army Reserve. They do not, however, recruit for the National Guard.
Russia has the largest at over 20 million in their reserves, North Korea is the next with about 8 million and following that is Taiwan with about 5 million.
It is possible but with the drawdowns lately, it's probably unlikely. If you have a critical MOS that's needed, your commander may not grant it.
They do the same roles as regulars, just they ahve other jobs andare called up when the Governments MOD requires greater numbers offorces personel
How many months of training did it take the Army of the Potomac to be ready for the Peninsula campaign?
From the end of July 1861 to the beginning of February 1862. After about seven months of training the Army of the Potomac was ready to be employed for the Peninsular Campaign. The operational Plan was communicated by letter to the Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton on February 2, 1862. The army started… to be embarked on the transportation ships on March 17,1862. (MORE)
That depends on what title is on the orders. Example; you could beon title-10 status in lieu of annual training which also falls intotitle-10 .