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What to Bring to bootcamp The following lists give you a basic idea of what you should and shouldn’t take to basic training. Your recruiter will modify the list based his or her personal experience and changes at basic training. Recruiters from each branch of the military have provided the following lists of items they say you “HAVE to HAVE” to go to basic military training.


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Rick Lumzy, blood donor recruiter at the Sullivan Memorial Blood Center and a staff sergeant in the Army Reserves, shares his experiences from his deployment to Afghanistan with the 7220 Blood Support Detachment. #militaryblood #supportthetroops


The Army Reserves – a proud long tradition

The Army Reserves – a proud long tradition. #USArmy

INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT SPECIALIST (31E) Sounds like training for a position at a FEMA camp, doesn't it?


LeRoy Wilton Homer, Jr. was First Officer of United Airlines Flight 93 that crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001. He was a U.S. Air Force Academy graduate and a Major in the U.S. Air Force Reserves, assigned as an AFROTC recruiter after having been a flight instructor. He was survived by his wife, Melodie, and nine-month-old daughter, Laurel. He received many posthumous awards and citations, including honorary membership in the historic Tuskegee Airmen.