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FAQ

How do they treat/act towards women in boot camp/basic training for the National Guard?
To echo User-12572801686046457562, National Guard enlistees attend the same basic training as their active duty counterparts.As far as how women are treated, females are treated just like males and serve in the same platoons and companies with the same drill sergeants (who may be male or female). There is an exception in that females have separate sleeping and showering facilities and the facilities are consolidated across the company so all of a training company’s female Soldiers will share a bay, while the males are split up by platoons. Another difference between males and females is that females have a lower standard for push-ups and run time during the physical fitness test (sit-up are the same).Aside from that, females are expected to move, shoot, and communicate just as well as their male counterparts.
How should I prepare physically to join the US National Guard if I am out of shape and slightly overweight?
Get some good shoes and good socks. Start walking. Walk around your block the first day, walk around the next one the next day. Work up to walking 5 miles a day. Then start jogging a bit and walking a bit. Walking is a highly underrated exercise, but is effective at building muscle and burning fat. When 5 miles becomes easy, get a small backpack and put some bottled water in it. You need to keep hydrated anyway and the army is going to expect you to do quite a bit of marching with a backpack and assorted gear.Work up to 50 sit-ups a day, and 50 push-ups a day. If you can only do one the first day, do one. If you have been sedentary for a long time, this will not be a lot of fun at first, but as the pounds come off, you will feel better and gain confidence. Keep a record of your times and repetitions and you will see that a little effort results in big changes. Give your body a chance to rest/heal. Take the weekend off and relax.Change your diet. Do you drink sweet soda or tea? Switch to any of the zero calorie sugar substitutes. Cut out the junk food. If you don’t prepare it at home from fresh ingredients, don’t eat it. Switch from whole milk to 2% and eat a healthy cereal for breakfast. Count Chocula is not a your go to choice for healthy BTW.Give yourself a free day every now and then where you can indulge in Pizza-Hut or McDonald's or whatever floats your boat as a reward. Little treats are great to boost your morale and can princentive to keep at it.None of this will be easy or particularly pleasant. However it is doable and not beyond what the basic military training is going to expect of you anyway.
How does the National Guard work if you were to go to a college out of state?
You find a unit that’s as close as possible to where you’ll live. After you find a unit in the state of your college, you ask the school and the unit about paperwork to convert to in-state student status. The process might vary by state and school so follow up with both.The conversion may or may not finish by the time your first tuition payment is due so don’t be surprised to pay out of state tuition for part of the year until you gain in-state status.If you join a unit in one state but go to school across a state border, then you might be out of luck if you want full tuition benefits. Better to join a unit in the same state as the school.
How does the Air National Guard compare to the Army National Guard?
I was in the Air Guard, but interacted with the Army side on a regular basis. There are differences. For one thing, Army Guardsmen are not near as familiar with their officers as Air Guardsmen are. I worked closely with officers and consequently we were more at ease around each other. Another thing to consider is that the Air guard has many more full time guardsmen at their bases than the Army does. due to some peculiarities, it's possible that some enlisted members make more money than the officers.
Where can I find out information about how to earn state awards in the National Guard?
Your hhc unit, should have all of the information you want, so will google, I started out national guard, before transferring to regular army, so here’s some advice, the guard runs on the good ole boy system, don’t go to your orderly room with too much exitement or enthusiasm in your dimeanor old dinosaurs in those slots have homesteaeded them for good reason, they don’t like competition, but enjoy trying to break your spirit instead, I always enjoyed their efforts and advancing in rank anyway the highest state award we have in Mississippi is the, Magnolia cross, I’ve only seen it issued once. Good luck to you and happy hunting.
What should I prepare for and expect, and how should I train when heading to the U.S. Air National Guard boot camp?
Basic training is the same for Air Force and Air National Guard recruits. One of the differences, however, is that when you join an Air National Guard unit you’ll likely be assigned to something called Student Flight. This will expose you to what it’s like to be in the military, and will help prepare you while you wait to attend Basic Military Training (BMT) at Lackland AFB, TX.Fitness is a big deal, of course, so you’ll want to start working on yourself now. The fitness assessment consists of push-ups, crunches (although the range of motion is nearly the same as a sit-up), and 1.5 mile run. If you’re in good physical condition it will make your transition to military life just a tiny bit easier. Here are a couple resources that may help you:Air Force: Get Ready.Air Force Pre-Boot Camp Workout.Although your experience in Student Flight will help acquaint you with this world you’re entering, it can’t hurt to learn all you can. To know the organization you’re about to join, you might want to read about the history of the Air Force and Air National Guard, the U.S. military in general, and the Profession of Arms. Here are a few resources to get you started (the web is full of others):Discover ANG History.Also: ANG History Office.America’s Air Force: A Profession of Arms.Also: The Profession of Arms: An Ancient and Honorable Tradition.AFI 1–1, Air Force Standards.Understand that, although the Air National Guard is essentially the air arm of the traditional state militia, it is also what’s called an Operational Reserve. This means that you can be ordered to serve overseas on active duty for a limited term in support of active component missions in addition to being called up by your state Governor for emergencies and the like.Finally, although soldiers & Marines like to make fun of the Air Force (I certainly did in my previous life as a soldier, before going blue myself), bear in mind it’s just different. Here’s a decent video giving an overview of what BMT might be like for you:U.S. Air Force Basic Training Camp(full documentary)HD.Enjoy, and good luck.
How long does it take for someone in the coast guard that was just out of boot camp to get leave?
All members of the U.S. Coast Guard gets 2.5 days of leave for every month they are on duty, totaling 30 days annually.So, basically, a month after clearing boot camp, you can request that 2.5 days of leave. You will be granted it, provided your command doesn’t require your presence for 2.5 days.
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