You have completed Marine Basic Training Do you have to complete army as well to re enlist in the army?
No, you do not. The Marines is the only branch of Service that the US Army accepts people without going through any form of introduction training.
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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.
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It depends which country you live in and where you have citizenship. But if you're a US citizen, residing in the US, you can get a lot of information about enlisting in the army...and even apply online at GoArmy.com.
Being that the US Army is a land based combat element there is no need for swimming in Basic Combat Training, with the Marines they have to go through swim training mainly in part because they are Department of the Navy and they can be stationed on a ship with there counterparts in the Navy.
If you have 4 dependents you want to enlist in the Marines but can only do reserves not too good of pay can you join the army for a few years and re enlist in the Marine?
It is COMMON for men to serve their time in one branch and then when their time expires to enlist into another branch of service. It ALL adds up to 20 years of service for pension purposes. However, it often does not allow higher or equivalent rank in the next service...sometimes there is a minor do…wn grade upon entry into the next branch of service. But time DOES go by faster when experiencing different branches of service. (MORE)
Steady dependable pay; retire after only 20 years. NO JOB IN THE USA OFFERS THAT!
The basic training in the army is not hard but requires endurance.This is aimed at shaping all aspects of a soldier in the Army.
No, if you report for boot camp with your cell phone, it will be confiscated during contraband turn in at the welcome center. It actually really depends on your drill instructors. Some of them reward their platoon with cell phone use on Sundays usually for an hour, but it really depends on your D…I (MORE)
Depends on what the Separation (SEP) code and Re-Entry (RE) code is on your DD form 214. As well there is a time limit restriction for each code and you will have to show some type of proof that the issue or problem no longer exists. Ask a local recruiter to determine your reentry eligibility.
Marine boot camp - 12 weeks. Army boot - 8 weeks. Marines are generally known to be more strict and disciplined while the army has greater numbers.......of course it depends on if you ask an army cat or marine. I was both, and the Marines train all the time and are EXTREMELY strict on physical fit…ness tests, so I would say the USMC does. (MORE)
wake up. do pft. train. lunch. train. dinner. free time. lights out. wake up. do pft. train. lunch. train. dinner. free time. lights out
If you were disqualified medically from the marine corps but get qualified through the army can you still enlist in the marines?
No, each branch of the military has its own qualifications that you must meet. If you meet the Army's qualifications, you would join the army for your term of service.
The U.S. Army does basic training in 5 bases. Fort Benning, Georgia- Infantry. Fort Jackson, South Carolina - 80% of females are sent here. Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri- Engineering, Chemical Warfare, Military Police. Fort Sill, Oklahoma- Artillery. Fort Knox, Kentucky- Armor. For more informat…ion about the U.S. Army and Basic training there is a link below:. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Army_Basic_Training#Basic_Combat_Training (MORE)
Recruits arrive for general orientation and are given haircuts and issued Army uniforms. . Basic Tactical training begins followed by Nuclear Biological and Chemical Defense, Landmine Defense and rappelling at the confidence tower. . Recruits learn about Army heritage and the Seven Army Core Value…s . Recruits undergo the Army Physical Fitness Test to help determine their physical aptitude. This test is routinely administered to Soldiers throughout their enlistment periods to ensure their top physical condition. . Tactical Foot March, Basic Rifle Marksmanship . Engagement Skills and Situational Training Exercises . Field Training Exercises, Confidence Obstacle Course and the Tactical Foot March . U.S. Weapons Training (.50 Caliber M2), (Hand Grenades), (M136 AT-4), (M240B Machine Gun), (M249 Machine Gun) . Field Training Exercise 3 . Tactical Foot March 10KM and 15KM (MORE)
Yes. The Army Ranger's RIP (Ranger Indoctrination Program) is much harder than USMC Basic Combat Training. The final phase of RIP is spent near Fort Eglin, Florida, and involves a night time air drop into the swamps of Florida. - - - - - There are actually two "Ranger Training" schools, and both …are tougher than Marine boot camp. Ranger School is a 61-day course focusing on small-unit tactics. It has three phases--the Benning Phase at Fort Benning; the Mountain Phase at Camp Merrill, GA, and the Florida Phase at Eglin Air Force Base, FL. Any combat arms soldier can go to Ranger School; it is required for NCOs and Officers assigned to the 75th Ranger Regiment. The 8-week Ranger Assessment and Selection Program replaced the Ranger Indoctrination Program. It's twice as long (RIP was four weeks) and twice as tough. Most guys do not fail RASP. They quit. Forty percent of everyone who arrives at RASP quits the first day. Eighty percent of everyone who goes to RASP quits before the end of the course. That school is no joke. (MORE)
Locations for US Army BCT (Basic Combat Training) are: . Ft Leonard Wood, Missouri . Ft Jackson, South Carolina . Ft Knox, Kentucky . Ft Sill, Oklahoma . Ft Benning, Georgia
After you complete Basic Training you will proceed on to you MOS training, listed in you enlistment contract, once you complete you MOS training you will proceed to you first duty station.
When you DESERT your post, you go to court. The court will find you guilty 99.99% of the time, and you will be sentenced for 10-25 or 30 years
There are a couple of answers to this. Most soldiers will go straight to Advanced Individual Training, where they learn the skills needed to do the job they enlisted for. If you joined an MOS that requires language training, you do that before AIT. The installation you go to is the Presidio of …Monterey, California. Soldiers who joined MOS 18X (Special Forces Enlistment) go to a lot of schools: Infantry School, Airborne School, then Special Operations Preparation Course, Special Forces Assessment and Selection, and finally the Special Forces Qualification Course. (MORE)
Marines don't go through Basic Training - they go through Boot Camp. The Army does accept prior service enlistees without requiring them to go through Basic Combat Training. However, one may be required to attend BCT if their break in service exceeds a certain period of time. Additionally, they may …have to attend Advanced Individual Training (AIT) to become qualified for their selected occupation in the Army if their previous occupation in the Marine Corps was not parallel to it. (MORE)
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Why do army recruits stay at a hotel before enlisting or shipping to basic training what reg authorizes this?
MEPS centres do not have their own living facilities, so you stay at a hotel.
Technically you can be flagged for not completing an NCOER as a Rater, if you are an NCO in the US Army and have other NCO's under you it is your responsibility to conduct the proper measures to ensure your junior NCO's have the same opportunities for potential success in the Army as you have had. T…he only way you would be flagged would be by UCMJ for either actions unbecoming of an NCO or failure to preform duties as an NCO. In my personal opinion and if you were in my platoon, company or battalion and under me I would make sure that you yourself would find a swift demotion in your near future because you are a perfect example of a poor NCO, do you expect your NCOER to be done on time, if its not how will it effect your potential professional growth suffer. (MORE)
Same thing male soldiers do. They have to pass their APFT, pass their marksmanship qualification, complete their FTX, pass their medical and criminal background screenings..
No. You might be able to get waivered in to another branch, but even that's a bit unlikely. While the different branches all have different reentry codes, an RE-4 is undesirable to all of them.
If I do Army OCS and pass Basic training but wash out of OCS school am I still required to serve as an enlisted soldier?
Yes. While officers are the pampered few, and may leave military service pretty much any time they choose by "resigning" their commission, washing out of OCS does not raise you to the ranks of officer. Therefore, being a grunt like the vast majority of those who serve, you have a contract. That cont…ract is binding. You will be required to fulfill the terms of that contract. You will serve your time. (MORE)
It depends on how long you have been out of the Army and what branch you are coming from, typically your will attend the Army's Warrior Transition Unit.
I imagine it could be, but most bars from favourable action I've seen were relinquished once the reason for them being put into place was alleviated. For example, someone flagged and barred for PT test failure would have them removed once they improved their PT test scores.
Army Regulation 601-210 covers Active and Reserve Components Enlistment Army Regulation 601-280 covers Army Rentention Program
Nine weeks, not including time you'll spend in-processing and time spent on hold at the Adjutant General battalion waiting for a BCT unit to become available for you to ship to.
Actual dependents. That is your spouse, your children or step children, or anyone for whom you are legally responsible.
Depends on what you will be doing in the Army. Infantry personnel attend One Station Training at Ft. Benning GA.
It varies among the different training sites. Typically it consists of Red Phase, White Phase, and Blue Phase. Each phase is about 3 weeks long and each phase has different priorities for training as well as the level of treatment from the Drill Sergeants. In the first phase you'll find yourself …not talking very much. Socializing is almost taboo and if it is not, it will feel that way to you. You are expecting to hear someone scream at you at any moment. It puts you on edge and quickly makes you realize you need to drastically change your attitude if you are going to get through this phase. This phase is generally when the Confidence Tower is done... climbing and sometimes repelling from a 40-60 foot high wall. In White Phase this is generally when rifle marksmanship takes place. You will shoot many many rounds throughout BCT. The drill sgts may have eased up by now but do not make the mistake of thinking they are your friends. Blue Phase is the "Sr" phase. 2 out of 3 of your drill sgts are most likely very relaxed compared to the other one. It is very difficult to give an answer to this question because so many BCTs are drastically different, and they are changing rapidly as it becomes more and more soft. The bottom line is this: BCT is easy. It is pushups and listening to someone scream. The screaming is slowly going away even. I would do it every summer for fun if I could. Just go there with a positive attitude and do everything they tell you and you will be fine. (MORE)
For your training they will send you based on what you decide you want to do. If you ask your recruiter he/she should be able to tell you where you go for your basic training. good luck!
Before you ship, your recruiter will provide you with a packing list, and will go over any additional needs with you.
Do what you are told, when you are told, how you are told. . Do not deviate from orders. . Do not get creative in following orders. . Be heard, not seen. . Keep your head down, and your feet moving. . Most of all, keep your eyes and ears open and remember what you are told. It might save your l…ife, or more importantly the life of someone else. (MORE)
BCT (Basic Combat Training), also referred to as Basic Training or Boot Camp, last for nine weeks. After basic you will move on to job training/AIT (advanced individual training)
The NZ army is a small army that trains along the conventional form of warfare but with a natural tendency for unconventional warfare. This is due to it's heritage and history from the Maori wars though to the bush rangers. The training provided for the individual soldier in the NZ Army surpass ma…ny of the countries in Europe and the USA. This is mainly due to the size of the army with smaller numbers per an instructor. This allows more time to be spent developing the individual soldiers skills. However, the limited funding provided by the NZ Government has meant a lot of the equipment carried or used by soldiers were old or sub standard compared to other NATO or US units especially though the 70's - 90's. This has lead to a ' Adapt , improvise and overcome' mentality a mentality that is fostered though all corps in the NZ army and benefited all that have served in the NZ forces by providing a flexible, think outside the box mentality. A commonality sheared with the ' No.8 wire' attitude of Kiwis. The Adapt, improvise and overcome attitude of the NZ soldier when working overseas on deployment with the UN or on Excise has made the NZ soldier both feared and admired by other armies especially when it came to equipment left laying around. Anything 'shiny' would vanish without a trance only to re- appear as part of the NZer's inventory, for example - 2 x US Army Hummers painted white with a black KIWI on the side magically appeared 1 day or the 2 X M113 APC that were 'borrowed' from a neighbouring UN Battalion that had left the APC's sitting around doing nothing or the 150 metal plates used for Black Hawk landing pads magically disappeared and re- appeared as part of foot path system used in a NZ camp - Adapt, overcome - master your environment. An increase in active deployments overseas has seen NZ soldiers serve with the UN in Somalia, Bosnia (90's) and the conflict in East timor Islands. Now recently the war in Iraq and Afghanistan has brought about a change in the NZ Governments attitude with increase funding and a drive to update equipment to support it's troops when serving overseas. The NZ Army of to day is still small,but, it is a proud highly trained modern army whom individual soldiers are trained to fight in many different environments and to adapt, overcome and win as a individual or as part of a team. . (MORE)
Subjective answers can be given to this there is no method to quantify the quality of training of an Army Ranger.
In the Army, you don't enlist directly into EOD, unless something's changed since I was in. You had to fulfill your initial enlistment, then you'd be eligible to try out for EOD through the BEAR programme.
It really depends on what each person's individual weaknesses are. If you're in shape when you report in, physical training won't be as difficult as it is for someone who isn't in shape when they report in. Some people have to adjust to handling higher stress situations and decision making, whereas …some people are readily able to do this. For some people, the technical skills may be difficult for them. (MORE)
Yes. All enlisted Marines must complete boot-camp and either school of infantry or Marine combat training, regardless of previous service in another branch.
Under the leadership of US General Grant, General Sherman's taskwas to end the Civil War as quickly as possible. Sherman's march tothe sea had two major purposes: A. Destroy all Confederate assets that could be used against theUnion; B. This included railways and supply depots;and C. Demoralize the… South by using relentless force to terrorize theSouthern population, with the intent to have the Confederacyrealize there was no hope in winning the War. (MORE)
You'd have to look at your RE code on your DD-214. If it's RE4, you can pretty much count yourself out, and they're not likely to want to take the time to waiver you in with an RE3, either.
each training center has its own photographer it would seem. Forexample, Ft. Benning, Ga uses Leonard's Photo Was looking for anolder book and they don't keep anything prior to 5 years
Yes, you'll receive E1 pay (even if your contract says you start as an E2, or E3; you won't get that promotion until you graduate from bootcamp). You get paid every 2 weeks.
Soldiers can access their SSD2 certificates through ATRRS bygoing to the ATRRS website: . 1. Once logged in you will click on View ATRRS Training Recordunder user tools on the upper left. . 2. Look for your SSD2 course 1-250-C49-2 (DL) and click on thecertificate link. . If you receive an error o…r certificate is not showing pleasecall ATRRS below: . ATRRS Help Desk Information . DSN: 225-2353 (Overseas DSN Code: 312) COMM: (703) 695-2353 Monday-Friday 0730 to 1730 EST . Note: It may take up to 48 hours for your record to post toATRRS. You may contact USASMA Ft. Bliss Blackboard Course Supportfor more information if needed. (MORE)
I'm a bit uncertain that a med. discharge would result in an RE1, but if you were discharged with an RE1 code, then you're eligible for reenlistment without the requirement of a waiver.
Training is a vital part of any soldier's and officer's professional career. This can take place at several different venues, including Catterick in North Yorkshire and in Winchester.
No, the only Army Basic Training posts are Fort Jackson located onColumbus South Carolina, Fort Knox in Louisville Kentucky, FortLeonard Wood in Waynesville Missouri, Fort Sill in Lawton Oklahoma,and Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia.