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The new waist measurement require is not even reasonable. The sit-ups, etc are doable. If you are 6’2’ man it is hard to have a 35” waist. 5’4 man it is easy. Running on old knees that you have used for years athletically can be difficult. Comradely is amazing. friends for a lifetime.

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Depending on the qualification that are allotted for your particular case

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Absolutely yeah! 1! poo%

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Health, Dental and Life Insurance

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Yes, depending on the crime committed.

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Depends on your unit. Most of the time no you have a job to do like anywhere else so you dont bring your kid. But some do offer childcare. It is always a possibility and I would say yes most likely. Come in thinking its a for sure.

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7;00 to 5;30 this is for the ones that are selected to perform the actual jobs that they do have opened,it all depends on your skills and how you perform at drill on weekends.it is hard to be selected.but it is nice when you do get selected.you get the same benefits as an active duty soldier.

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Everyone in the national guard attends the same BCT that United States Army. Physically and mentally challenges that instill and fortify core values.

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The age limits for enlisting are 17 to 42 years old. Drill schedules depend on the unit to which one is assigned. Generally drills are scheduled one weekend per month, but there are there exceptions to this. It is best to check with the unit to which you will be assigned.

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