15 Sept 2015
I'm back. Well, still at AIT training to be a combat medic at Ft. Sam Houston. Just got my laptop mailed to me last week. So far Army life is going well now that BCT is done and over with. If anyone has any questions about BCT, AIT, 68 Whiskey (combat medic) training, how things have been in the Army, or anything you want me to answer please don't hesitate to ask.
As of yesterday, I have officially sworn into the U.S. Army. This is great. I couldn't be more proud of myself. A quick breakdown of the experience at MEPS. After being picked up from my local recruiters office and driven to the state capitol I took the the ASVAB and TAPAS. I thought I did terribly when I got done but I'll bring that back up in a minute. When that was out of the way me of some other guys were driven up to a four (or five star. It changes every year really) star hotel were they gave us dinner. By 10:00p.m. it was lights out for us. Wake up call came in by 4:45a.m. and we had breakfast. The whole next day medical
Hey guy, big news on my end. First off, I went to the local army recruitment office. Went inside, was asked a few questions, took a test, and was given a packet to fill out. I decided on going in as reserve. But that's not the biggest news. After I was done with the army recruiters I made my way to a jewellery store. You see, I've been with my girlfriend for nearly a year and a half now. She means the world to me and I couldn't imagine anyone else I'd rather be with more then her. So I've decided I'm gonna do my next big step in our relationship. I'm going to propose to her in a few months (within 2-4). I even found the perfect ri