Sunday, September 18, 2011
Well, as you might be aware I am indeed joining the Air Force. My goal for the Air Force is to, no matter what job I get, eventually leave that job and cross train to be part of the United States Air Force Special Operations; the spec ops job I am shooting for is Pararescue.
I suggest you watch that video if you don't know what they do. Anyways back to the main topic at hand; Physical Training. I'll be the first to admit I am in no way at my physical peak performance. But I am working hard, before I leave to basic training. Following the work out routine from this website --> http://usmilitary.about.com/cs/airforcejoin/a/afbasicworkout.htm The way I get motivated before my workouts is by working my self up mentally. Telling myself that lives are going to be in my hands, and if I can't preform physically I could be the cause of someone losing their life.
What is your workout routine, and what do you do to keep you motivated? Any tips or tricks to help with my work outs?
Friday, September 16, 2011
And I explained to her that I would be able to finish my MEPS processing on the 27th after I finish my Cultural Anthropology midterm. She said id have to wait until oct 3rdish, she also said that I should have just gone last week when she told me to. Turns out if I would have went last week, I could have gotten the Aerial Gunner MOS. And that MOS is rarely available from what I hear. Needless to say I went ape shit and punched a couple holes in the wall etc etc etc. Hopefully I'll be able to get my Aerial Gunner MOS when I process for MEPS again, but I wont have my hopes high.. Oh well, USAF here I come, aerial gunner or not...
Here is some info EA's site: "Team Deathmatch
Availability: On all 9 maps
Players: 24 (12 vs. 12)
Focus: Team Based Infantry Combat
Goal: Eliminate a set number of enemy combatants
Winning the game: The team that reaches the set kill number first is declared the winner"