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I'm a soldier in the reserves, and if I had the opportunity to attend Ranger School, I would jump at it.

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No one gives you the opportunity. You have to create your own opportunity.
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That ranks as one of the worse intros I have ever seen....
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rgrpuck wrote:That ranks as one of the worse intros I have ever seen....
Yep.
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lost_soul wrote:I'm a soldier in the reserves, and if I had the opportunity to attend Ranger School, I would jump at it.
I haven't said it in a while, so I'm going to throw this out there.

You're intro sucked balls. That is all.
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Re: Intro

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lost_soul wrote:I'm a soldier in the reserves, and if I had the opportunity to attend Ranger School, I would jump at it.
If your effort to attend Ranger School is similar to your effort in this post, I don't see a Tab in your future anytime soon.

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Roger that Rangers

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lost_soul wrote:Roger that Rangers
That's it?

But your intro still sucks. :roll:
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Post by Maggot275 »

Lost_soul- Yes... yes you are.
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Post by lost_soul »

I have been down range before. I spend most of my time in lectures or the tattoo shop. My purpose for being here is to learn what I can about where I want to be and to get there.

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Post by Space-One03 »

nope..... didnt do it.......... still got balls on the chin......

Introduction means tell what you have done and then maybe you will get some feedback.

Or you can continue on and for your fourth post get more ridiculing and be cannon fodder for our entertainment. :roll:
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Post by Rico »

Welcome, I applaud your notion of bettering yourself, but your introduction is the very first impression we have with which to gauge your sincerity and ability. After that, we can begin to help you.

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I have been talking with my Chain of Command about my future goals. They were supportive of pushing up a conditional release form to seek out other opportunities. However, some feel that USACAPOC will not sign off on the form. All I can do now is take advantage of whatever additional schooling is offered to me and drive on.

I have been active in PT and focusing on basic soldiering skills. I noticed that the reserves and the active component enforce different standards. While I enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, I will need to step it up if I plan on being active, that buddy-buddy attitude may earn me a foot in the ass.

I haven't had the opportunity to talk with soldiers who served or are serving in a Ranger Battalion until I came to the site. My ears are open.

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lost_soul wrote:I have been talking with my Chain of Command about my future goals. They were supportive of pushing up a conditional release form to seek out other opportunities. However, some feel that USACAPOC will not sign off on the form. All I can do now is take advantage of whatever additional schooling is offered to me and drive on.

I have been active in PT and focusing on basic soldiering skills. I noticed that the reserves and the active component enforce different standards. While I enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, I will need to step it up if I plan on being active, that buddy-buddy attitude may earn me a foot in the ass.

I haven't had the opportunity to talk with soldiers who served or are serving in a Ranger Battalion until I came to the site. My ears are open.
Honestly, I don't think they are open. Your still coming in broken and retarded.

What we have is a series of 4 posts that don't really tell us much about you.

Your in the reserves, your considering active duty, you'd like someone to give you a chance to go to Ranger School, you listen to lectures, like tattoos and perhaps long walks on the beach.

MOS? Rank? What unit did you deploy with or by down range did you mean to change out E-Types? Where did you deploy?

As some counseling class I took somewhere once taught me..this information "helps us to help you".

Or, keep speaking in tongues and you will eventually be ignored. Maybe, go read some other intros?
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