Disinfertention wrote: ↑April 6th, 2018, 6:41 pmHey Vossman,
That is a really unique opportunity. Glad you got to meet some of the men who do it day in and day out. What are you doing to prepare for the military and your OPT40?
Please always capitalize Ranger here. Besides that, we ask for proper grammar, although it's never perfect. I figure you are not on a computer typing to us but try a bit harder.
Have you checked in with your recruiter lately? Are they still saying August for a 11X OPT40?
Yes sir, wont happen again sir.
Yes sir, still around august. To prepare I am doing the following:
-5 mile runs for time. Always shoot for under 40 min.
-Lots of push ups, sit ups, pull ups and chin ups. (I realize you can be told to do either pull ups or chin ups depending on your superiors opinion.)
-Run, run, run. Lots of it.
-1-2 times a week ruck in pants and combat boots with a 45-50 pound ruck.
-5:15 wake up and plan to get all my PT/breakfast in before 09.
-taking practice ASFAB test and studying up on my Ranger history.
Thats about it. I got to meet Ranger, Puckett at Ranger grad. Very inspirational person.
**QRT was here**