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Thread: Recon Training
06-13-08, 01:02 PM #31
Recon ranger life of danger!
06-13-08, 01:40 PM #32
06-13-08, 01:43 PM #33
06-13-08, 01:45 PM #34
Thanks for the input everyone! A lot of views/replies for my first topic. Thanks for your time
06-13-08, 01:55 PM #35
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06-14-08, 09:31 AM #40
09-01-08, 08:39 PM #41
how about you finish boot camp first. dont even think about recon if you run a 200pft. i have seen fat kids run a better pft
09-01-08, 11:12 PM #42
200pft? I didnt run for 6 months after having a broken foot and I still got a 221 the day I got full duty.
But yeah, being a Marine is so much more than a PFT score. I've always had a high PFT score, but I absolutely positively hate the field. I hate the cold, I hate the heat. I hate mud, rain, snow, ice, hikes, everything. The only thing I enjoy, and excell at is shooting, but I don't like putting on all your gear, hiking for miles to get to the range, nor do I like the hike back. That's why I'm glad I got Hawaii. Today's high temperature was like 78 degrees. It rains for 5 seconds, and then it's done for the rest of the day. PTA is different, but Oahu is where its at gents!
I will never be recon, I don't want to be recon. You poolees need to understand two things.
Being a Marine who's address doesn't end in BIVOUAC doesn't make you less of a Marine.
And being a Marine who's address DOES end in BIVOUAC absolutely positively sucks more than you could ever imagine.
09-01-08, 11:18 PM #43
09-02-08, 04:43 AM #44yellowwingGuest Free Member
LOL, this Ryan kid hasn't been back since 19 June. Hopefully he is still training.
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