Posted on Jan 14, 2020
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Deploying in support of a JSOC unit, Was informed I’d have to take and pass the Staff Integration Seminar training at FT Bragg NC, I was ifndomed it’s an assessment of sorts given by the unit to determine a SMs eligibility for assignment,

Does anyone have any information regarding the course?

What is the assessment, how do I prepare?
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You can prepare by doing all the things you know how to do as a student. Notepads, pencils, pens, watch, I see that your NG so if you're not used to being up early to get used to do that, get "stay alert" regimen. Don't be afraid to be "that guy" that takes notes. I'm a night shift guy that does day shift to further my career. I carry two starbucks doubleshot cans and a 5 hour energy both bought in bulk at Sam's Club on my person everyday.

Understand it may be pre planned to be or evolve to be an entire pack of classes. Some of those classes are apart of AITs for MOSs that aren't yours so you can function with the unit you are supporting. Don't claim to be that MOS when you rotate back even though you might feel like it. I was a tech MOS and in prep for my unit to invade iraq I was sent to some infantry classes that were given on post. Why? The surface excuse was because I was tasked to be QRF. Never believe what you're doing is for the reason they say and always do your best.
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So it’s basically a course that will assess my ability to perform of MOS tasks and duties?
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PFC (Join to see) - ""Never believe what you're doing is for the reason they say and always do your best.""
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