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Old 05-30-2014, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default Graduated , now at pact-sn school ( scc )

Well.... bootcamp SUUUUUCKED, good luck to ya'll
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Old 05-30-2014, 08:28 PM   #2
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Why was it such a bad experience? Any details? History on yourself, tell us a story lol. A bed time story.
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Old 05-31-2014, 12:15 AM   #3
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Congrats! I am going in as a PACT-SN as well, I'm curious about the school/training for that, what is it like?
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Congrats! I am going in as a PACT-SN as well, I'm curious about the school/training for that, what is it like?
I know some people that are Pact-SN and their training is really short. Your first week will be INDOC like everyone else. And then 2 weeks of basic seaman ship. I've been told it's kind of fast paced.

I know you didn't ask this but, all undesignated will get their orders in boot camp( your next duty station) and will find out the exact date they leave "a-school"not long after they arrive at a school.

This is how it is at Great Lakes.
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Iknow this was awhile ago but im going in as pact seaman too i was just wondering how the training was and if the bms treat you right and what are the every day things you do is it as . Miserable" as people make it seem i know its hard work and im looking forward to it.
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