In basic your master corporal IS your mother..father..teacher, and guidence councellor. Feel free to contact me through here if you wish to chat.You will get a lot of instruction, not enough sleep, and you will think you cannot do what they want you to do. Good day fine sir, I am currently serving as a member of the air force. Feel free to send any questions my way, I will do my best to answer them without bias. :)Expect a whole lot of hurry up and a clean people you dislike the most on your platoon will end up saving your ass at some point so dont burn too many for a run.shave your head at first just for the to remember the rank structure before you go in..you dont remember, adress people as staff, never for a run when your done reading care of your your mom to teach you how to iron. oh yeah and the only way to get boot polish out of your clothes is with a pair of somebody to show you how to make a bed properly if you for a run.carry nail clippers in your pocket to cut loose threads miss any spots when you your beret in hot water for an hour when you get it and wear it until it dries, then shower with it on for the next week. My ex is currently an instructor in St Jean so I can tell you a little bit of what to expect and how to prepare yourself.just do it.never get up before 5 or go to bed before 11should probably go for a run now. and the guy next to you is no different than yourself ,,, he is just as nervous as yourself !! You will need to ensure that you are physically fit as you are in for a very stressful time in basic training and you need to make sure that your body can cope with the demands that will be placed on it.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I am 19 years old in campbell river BC, canada and i've just recently gone through the last of my testing to join reg force in the canadian army.
You will make a lot of new friends...there is always the underlying feeling that you ARE a part of a team..even family.Realize that if the day came that you chose to get out you will likely panic and try to remuster, (as witnessed when my ex got out, as well as many of his friends who got out then rejoined a short while later).Oh and most importantly know how to hide a girl if you are living in the shacks, surprise inspections are no fun (I stayed in the shacks for a week with my ex when we were first together, thank goodness for adjoined bathrooms lol)You make it sound like soldiers are drunken fools.Go into your basic training with the attitude that you will NOT fail and when it gets tough remember that it is only temporary. I have never been in, but my ex was a former member (got out when our son was 1 month old), From what I can tell from him, his buddies and our roomie (all troopers), is you have to know how to cuss and drink like it's no ones business.
If you want the cops called on you for noise, join the pipe band and practice in the backyard.
I am simply posting to see if I can find anyone who either has just recently gone through the same stuff or is already in the military just recently or for a long while.