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Old 09-20-2018, 01:03 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by SolidSnake76 View Post
What's the hardest part about basic training
Alright, I’ll give my opinion on it.

The hardest part is the culture shock. You go from an ordinary civilian environment to literal hell on earth. You’ll learn quickly that you have no control over your life for the duration of basic training (3 months). The high level of stress you’ll experience will truly test your willpower. It’s %90 mental and %10 physical.

After about a month, you get use to all the stress and then something weird happens… You might actually begin to enjoy it.

My answer is in regards to the Marine Corps basic training. I’m sure the other military branches have similar basic training yet %80 less severe (special forces not included).

...oh and don't bother with the Marines and Coast Guard, you're already passed the maximum age (if that's your real age). Every other branch of service will except you if your thinking about taking the military route.

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