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Prep for Basic Training

The
ArmyStudyGuide.com Prep For Basic Training Section is an online resource for those
that are preparing to attend U.S. Army Basic
Training. 

Don’t go to basic unprepared.  If you
are currently enrolled in the Delayed Entry Program (DEP),
you are highly encouraged to take advantage of the
training and knowledge offered by the highly qualified
Noncommissioned Officers involved in that program along
with taking the time to prepare on your own time by
studying the information contained within these pages.
 

    
Basic Training
Timeline:
Click on a week
below to view more information about what to expect at that time.
    
Customs and
Courtesies:
As a new Soldier
you will have a lot to learn about the Customs and courtesies of
the U.S. Army.  Military courtesy can be defined as the
respect that Soldiers show another.

Soldier Benefits:
Besides free
healthcare, great pay, a stable job that can easily turn into a
rewarding career, access to the Post Exchange (PX) and Commissary, Gyms
all over the place that rival the commercial gyms available, Money
for College (while you are in the Army AND after you get out),
Free Housing, and the pride of wearing the Army uniform? 
What else would you want to know.  To learn a little more
click the link below.  To ask Soldiers that are serving in
the Army right now, go to our community and visit the Basic
Training area [here].
     

Pre-BCT PFT:
Information to help
you improve your push-ups, sit-ups and run time.   Also,
contains information about the 1-1-1 Physical Fitness Test.
    
Drill and
Ceremony:
Still working on
your position of attention, your facing movements and you steps
and marching, don’t worry, the information below will help you get
a great head start before shipping out.
    
Articles about Basic:
Below are some
articles selected because of their uefullness while preparing for
U.S. Army Basic Training.  Reading over the articles will
give you a basic understanding of what you may expect when you hit
the ground running at Basic. 

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