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      Posted: 19 Jun 2009 23:43 Profile

Fort Knox 19kilo OSUT was hell. Worst 4 months of my life. I had fractures that took 18 months to heal after my stay there, and no LOD. It was a crime after crime what those Drill Sgts pulled when I was there. Ruined my military career. The IG and JAG wouldn't represent me because I contacted a Congressman. And the Congressman wouldn't fight them. Nobody would fight the Army after 9/11.


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      Posted: 20 Jun 2009 00:18 Profile

xxConstanT wrote:

I did my basic at Ft. Benning, GA. Home of the Infantry. Talk about hell.

I also did basic (OSUT) at Ft. Benning. Completed in January of '85.

He jests at scars who never felt the wound.


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      Posted: 20 Jun 2009 01:43 Profile

I did OSUT and AIT 63E at Fort Knox. Was a great experience. March 85 to Aug 85. Spent time in 3rd ID, 1/11 ACR and 4th ID. Great to see you stuck it out, and had a positive experience. and back in the day is was UHRAH.

Iron Horse Sir!!!


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      Posted: 04 Jul 2009 21:50 Profile

I had my B.C.T. at Fort Benning, and my A.I.T. for 25B at Fort Gordon.


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      Posted: 07 Aug 2009 10:13 Profile

19Delta (Cavalry Scout) graduate 20march2008 from Ft.Knox, Kentucky.

I was in hell while I was in it, but after I look back it was a blast and probably the best time of my life. Sadly Im in the guard now, I would do almost anything to go active.

EDIT** Sorry about the late reply from the last post, I was gone most of July for PMT(AT).


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      Posted: 29 Apr 2010 22:07 Profile

We were also issued 2 flags; each named a “Guide On” which was to be carried around by people during our stay at Ft. Jackson. The first was a sort of achievement flag which showed what phase we were in, and had attached streamers for which courses we had completed. They had our squad leader tie on the Fit To Win steamer as she was considered to have performed the best on the course. The other flag was our identification flag, designating our company and platoon numbers and name, the Bulldogs.

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