Basic training for the Infantry is completely different from any other MOS in the Army. It's actually hard and demanding, just like the Marine Infantry.
So, what is the Infantry like? Well, when you arrive at reception bat. and Ft. Benning, you will get yelled at to get off the bus. You will go single file into the main office and get your little white book, and a canteen. Sit around listen to some broke dick private.
Once the great fun thier is done (3-4 days), the real fun begins. A pretty easy 1 mile march to your barracks (or farther depending where in sandhill it is).
Once there, you all get lined up 4 rows deep and they call out names for platoons. You then run from your spot and grab your duffle in a huge pile and run to your platoon.
Then you meet your Drill Sergeants. You might get dropped for the first time, have to lift and hold your duffle. Just dont grunt and moan like a woman.
After that, you pretty much go to around 10, wake up for morning PT (time varies by platoon), we woke up at 4am each morning. PT, change, eat chow, go train, pt, eat chow, pt, train, pt, eat chow, pt, shower (if your lucky), sleep, pray you dont get fireguard.
First 2 weeks is generally "Total Control", a Drill Sgt. goes EVERYHWERE with you, after that, its a platoon leader, usually elected.
You do marches, the last one is the best, I'll leave that as a surprise.
When basic is over, you get to goto... oh wait, you dont go nowhere. You get to do even more PT, but you get to do all the cool hooah **** in AIT. PT, PT, PT, Train, PT PT PT, Eat chow. Repeat.
Airborne is like AIT except you get weekends off, and PT harder.
Ranger School, once pasted RIP is hellacious PT with serious mind (for the lack of a better word) f*cking.
Just expect the worse, and suck it up.
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