Posted on Jun 20, 2019
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SGT Squad Leader/Transportation Management Nco
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57 Days, Four Phases. Did it in Marietta, GA at a NG facility. Not a bad, course got more out of it than the 88N reclass I just completed.
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why did u go 88n ? 25b not worth it..?
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SGT Squad Leader/Transportation Management Nco
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SGT (Join to see) - Oh, I love being a 25B but my unit only has the position for an E-5 and I don't want to travel to JBLM for every drill. So, I made the decision to switch to a 88N in order to get promoted and stay where I am.
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It was 9 weeks when I did it at Eastover, SC. Even though it was school ran by the Army National Guard, it was open to the Army Reserve and some of my classmates were Reservists. They still had to adhere to the Fort Gordon TRADOC curriculum standards. We had to learn a lot in a short amount of time.
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Exactly the answer I was looking for. And that's the location I want. Was it tough??
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SFC Security Analysis Specialist
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SGT (Join to see) It depends on how quickly you can grasp the info since it is kind of an accerelated course. They are however willing to work with you on whatever your weak area is. If you fail an exam, you're given remedial training which is after class hours and one more chance to take the exam.
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What if I'm terrible at math?..
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SGT (Join to see) There isn't that much math involved except for maybe subnetting but it's not high level. It's basic level math and once you understand the concept of it, you'll be fine. If you know that you're having trouble with a particular area, don't hesitate to ask for help from your instructors, peers and even do some studying on your own since you'll be allowed to take the books to your barracks room if you need to.
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SFC Michael D.
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17 weeks, three ​days at Fort Gordon, Georgia
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