MyMiniatureEquineFeatured By OwnerOct 28, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah. I guess it must seem difficult to most people because most don't wish to do it. People who do, especially those who want to go into special forces, usually already know what to expect, so they're more mentally prepared.
I never wanted to quit, no matter how bad it felt, because I wanted it, and I knew it was going to make me stronger in the end.
Special forces is probably too tough for me though, because I don't exercise enough.
MyMiniatureEquineFeatured By OwnerOct 29, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
If I go to Airborne School, I will be. First, I need to get in shape. The hardest part about Airborne School is the Physical Training. People who have high PT scores are the ones they want most to go Airborne and Ranger.
I wish I had done something like this before I went to basic, but unfortunately FIM didn't exist yet :/ Anyways, this was well done and reminds me of when I left. I also want to say, from one veteran to another, thank you for all that you've done and will do. My dad use to be in the Army, so I know what you guys go through. Keep it up and LEAD THE WAY!
MyMiniatureEquineFeatured By OwnerOct 13, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Although my departure wasn't quite exactly like this, it amuses me now because it reminds me a lot of a cadence.
"Your momma was there when you left!" "You're right!" "Your papa was there when you left!" "You're right!" "Your brother was there when you left!" "You're right!" "Your sister was there when you left!" "You're right!" "Your momma, your papa, your brother, your sister, you aunt, your uncle, your gramma, your grampa, your cat, and your dog were all there when you left!" "You're right!"