What comes after basic training in the us army?
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.
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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) Read More
There is no Army National Guard basic training. It is basic training at one of the US Army's active duty training base. All active, reserve, and guard members train together as one. The platoon guide is basically a leader of the platoon. Read More
Typically No, you will proceed right to your AIT (MOS training) right after Basic Training, unless you are a Reserve soldier you might be able to go home after Basic Read More
Your Entry Level Training comes in two phases - Basic Combat Training, and Advanced Individual Training. In BCT, you learn basic soldiering skills. In AIT, you learn the skills necessary for your occupation in the military. Additional training will come as you advance in your career, move up in rank, and take on new responsibilities. Read More
The only way to enter the US Army as a soldier without going through US Army Basic Training is to be a prior service member, in which case, you would have already gone through Basic Training/boot camp. Otherwise, the answer is no. You could gain employment as a Department of Defence civilian employee, but a lot of those jobs come with a stipulation that you join a reserve component of the military, which is still… Read More
No, you don't get CPR certified in Basic Combat Training/One Station Unit Training. The first aid training you receive in BCT/OSUT is very basic. Read More
Basic Training (or Basic Combat Training) is a term exclusive to the US Army and Air Force - the Marines refer to it as Boot Camp. US Marines attend their Boot Camp either at MCRD Parris Island (in South Carolina) or MCRD San Diego (in California). Read More
Yes. US Army infantry attend One Station Unit Training (essentially, Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training, rolled into one package) at Fort Benning, Georgia. Read More
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. Read More
Like seven extra weeks of basic training. Read More
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. Read 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 Read More
No. You may wear glasses. In fact the US Army will issue you a beautiful pair of black plastic framed glasses in Basic Training. Read More
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WWI was the US Army's first war in which basic training, HAIRCUTS (it began with lice control), and the basic standards (protocol, etc) of the present US Army were established on a traditional basis. Read More
Formalized training for US soldiers (US Army) commenced in 1917 (WWI for the US). Prior to that date, with some exceptions, training was conducted by division, brigade, battalion, etc. and/or OJT (On the Job Training). Formalized training for combat (war) continued up thru 1975 and was called (for the US Army) Basic Combat Infantryman Training, better known as "Basic Training" and "Boot Camp." During those dates, all US soldiers were considered "infantrymen" first, then pilots… Read More
Correct. The US Army was still training it's men in basic training with the M-14 rifle in 1970! Read More
Almost all bases have a training section of some kind. Lackland Air force base is the training center for all USAF enlisted and the US Air Force Academy in Colorado is the training ground for all USAF Officers. But that is just AF basic training bases. After basic training there is Tech School and there are many bases that host the various career field tech schools. The Army, Marines, and Navy also have Basic training… Read More
There is no repelling in the Air Force Basic Training...at least not in 1985 when I joined. Read More
Yes. You are in the custody of the US government and they will provide your meals and housing while in basic training. Read More
Both receive excellent training. Marine training is considered to be more intense and lasts longer. Even Marine pilots receive training in the Basic school for six months to insure that every Marine is first off, a Rifleman. Read More
Enlist, request an Airborne contract, complete Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training (for certain occupations, this will be combined into a single One Station Unit Training course), complete the jump school at Fort Benning. Read More
When joining the US Army, you can receive job training in almost any field. You can get training in fields such as Medical, Law, Transportation, Intelligence and more. Read More
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There is one US Army reservation in southwest central Oklahoma, just north of the city of Lawton. Fort Sill is the headquarters for 2nd and 5th training battalions, and US Army Field Artillery Command and Training. Read More
Underwater Demolitions Training. US Navy S.E.A.L. basic training. Usually goes with B.U.D.s - Basic Underwater Demolitions. Read More
MOUT, Military Operations in Urban Training, has a large impact on the US Army. MOUT is one of the last training programs before they will face real combat. Read 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.. Read More
BCT can stand for many things: Bakers, confectioners, and Tobacco Workers Union. Basic Cadet Training, initial military training for new cadets at the United States Air Force Academy. Banque Centrale de Tunisie in Tunisia. Basic Combat Training. The Bat Conservation Trust, a British charity dedicated to the conservation of bats and their habitats. Brigade Combat Team - the basic deployable unit of maneuver in the US Army. Read More
This question does not make any sense. However I can answer it how I believe you intended and hopefully it answers your question: Boot Camp is the term for the initial entry training in the US military branches. All initial entry trainings are commonly referred to as Boot Camp by civilians. In the US Army it is formally called Basic Combat Training (BCT, also Basic). It takes place at a disclosed time after enlisting in… Read More
Depending on the location of your Basic Combat Training the use of a phone is usually limited to every Sunday after about the 2nd week. Now keep in mind your time limit per call will depend on your platoons performance that week. Phone use is a privilege not mandatory, you can write letters daily. Read More
There were eleven "field armies" in the US Army during WWII. Of these two, the Second US Army and the Fourth US Army, remained in the continental US throughout the war, functioning as training commands. Additionally the 4th US Army was responsible for defending the west coast of the US against attack. Read More
Security and the training of the Afghanistan National Army. Read More
Only a training post that army soldiers can train on, there is no dedicated army base in florida that army soldeirs can get stationed at. Bummer I know Read More
Officers and Enlisted men of the Artillery who have completed the basic artillery training courses wear the artillery red shoulder cord on the right shoulder of the Army dress and full dress uniform Read More
As for the US ARMY, soldiers do receive medals or promotions at basic training. Most soldiers enter service as a recruit, grade E-1 (No stripe for rank). If you served as a recruit squad leader, or did something else exceptional (like "max" the Physical Training Test), this could promote you to Private, grade E-2, wearing one stripe for rank. Because the US is now involved in a global war on terror, you would also be… Read More
The US Army; however, Presley did not enlist, he was drafted. He served his basic training at Ft. Hood, Texas, his AIT at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, and was assigned to the 3rd Armor Division in Friedberg, West Germany. Read More
Honor, Loyalty, Integrity, and Discipline. Read More
The AIT ribbon. Issued upon graduation from Army Advance Individual Training. Read More
Yes, but they are used in smaller numbers and differently, unusally in support of amphipious operations. Marine Tankers are all graduates of the US Army school at Fort Knox where they receive their basic MOS training. Read More
As a service member, you could potentially earn any medal the US Army currently issues or awards, but the probability that you could do anything that would warrant being awarded any medals in Basic Training are extremely slim, potentially non-existant. Read More
As of right now the US Army offers 100% Tuition Assistance for college up to $4,500.00 a year and either the Montgomery GI Bill up to $47,556.00 for a 3-6 year enlistment or the Army College Fund up to $81,756.00 for a 6 year enlistment. Also Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training can be turned in to most colleges for college credits, now it does depend on the degree plan that you choose and… Read More