EPISODE 82

 Isaac Returns Home from Army BasIc TraInIng

Jan 30, 2021 | Podcast | 0 comments

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What to expect from Army OSUT (One Station Unit Training)

One of our favorite and recurring guests, Isaac, just got back from Army Basic Training and shares some insights and stories that might help anyone getting ready to ship out as an enlisted soldier. This is a useful conversation if you want to know what to expect from Basic Training aka Army OSUT (One Station Unit Training). He is one step closer to his dream of becoming a Special Forces Soldier/Green Beret.

Past Issac Episodes:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

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