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Time To Say Adios

Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by e1harris, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. e1harris

    e1harris

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    I'm just a guy from Texas and I’ve got some gypsy in my soul. I guess that’s why I quit my job, and lost about 30 pounds to go into the Military at 27 years old.

    So this week I depart on a journey that will take me through a year and a half of some of the toughest schools the U.S. Army has to offer. I promised four & a half years of my life, and in return the Army will license me as a Practical Nurse. (MOS 68WM6)

    I’ll be in Oklahoma for the next 2 months for Basic Training, and then I’ll be down in San Antonio for about 4 months of Combat Medic School, and then 6 weeks of Anatomy & Physiology.

    Then I’ll finish up with 11 months of Nursing School doing a clinical rotation in any one of five hospitals in the U.S. (El Paso/Augusta, Georgia/Tacoma, Washington/Washington D.C. /or back in San Antonio) I won’t know which hospital till around mid-August.

    I just want to say thanks to some of you that helped me out with some questions I had awhile back... THREAD

    So wish me luck, and drink a beer or two for me!
     
  2. Glock_36

    Glock_36 Jason

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    Thank You for Your Service to Our Great Country.
    May God Bless You, Watch Over You and Keep You Safe.
    :angel: :bowdown: :cheers: :drillsgt: :eagle: :patriot: :rock: :snoopy: :yourock: :bunny:
     


  3. CJStudent

    CJStudent Fenced In

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    Good luck! Just got back from AIT to my National Guard unit (74D Chem Ops Specialist). It's a bit crazy, just remember, it's mostly head games, they can't actually hurt you. Just keep going, tough it out, give it your all, and it'll be over with before you know it.