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Jim, thanks for sharing. I'm glad to hear your son is doing well. Best,
Jim, great advice. I'll share that with him after PIR, don't want to distract him from that focus. I never served, always private sector, so this is going to be an education for me and I'm looking forward to it. One last question, how does/did your son like being an AC? Thanks,
Gents, my son just arrived at RTC on June 2, done by July 31, then he immediately goes to Pensacola for AC school. Reading the thread of comments here, it seems likely he'll have to wait for classes to start. Besides this information, does anyone have guidance based on your son's experiences at the school and subsequent deployment? Thanks much, Mike
My son has arrived at Pensicola this week and is rather downtrodden that his school may not start until September (he was told he would only be there until September). He is trying to settle in.
Does anyone have any suggestions how to encourage him? I would appreciate it.
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