Airborne SITREP

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krazy33
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Airborne SITREP

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Well... all jumps completed without a hitch! Get my wings in the morning! And shipping down range to RASP hold tomrrow right after graduation. Should be interesting, should be fun. I hear the PT is decent at least. Looking forward to that smoking when we arrive! I almost miss "the suck." RASP hold will be anywhere from 1 to 2 months. I'm hoping for 1month. haha. This will more than likely be my last sitrep until novemeber (my projected RASP completion date). We'll see what kind of freetime or privelages RASP hold will have to offer.haha. Well thanks for reading. I'll post sitrep at next opportunity.
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CharlieRanger1FFV
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Congrats on earning your wings, Paratrooper. Now the fun starts . . .now your mission is to compete RASP. Continue the mission & kick ass. Remember, Never, Never Quit!


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krazy33 wrote:I almost miss "the suck."
Congratulations Airborne. I suspect you present definition of "the suck" that you are missing will change. Drive on and never quit.
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krazy33
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Roger that Ranger ZoneIV. Day one wasn't too bad. We had 5 quitters before we even got into our rooms because they just time hacked us to death and smoked us repeatedly in heat index 105. But it ended soon enuogh (only about 3 hrs of smoke) and we were in processed and shook down and then on our merry way for the weekend. So I report back sunday evening and we get started. I'm excited, and ready for the challenge. I will drive on and I will never quit! Thanks for your words.
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Airborne Class 28-11
RASP Class 08-11
3rd Batt. 75th Ranger Regt.
HHC

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