Anyone gone out for their EFMB? I would like to go out for mine, I am going to as soon as I can. I am just wondering how the course is. I think that for the EFMB I would have to end up in Korea. Any comments on the course?
Posts: 148 | Location: Camp Zama, Japan | Registered: 10 May 2004
GRueling be top on radio coms its pain,practice bandages,and splints get them timed memorize the study guide ask a 91w if you need to practice application for team corses hope you get good buddies not blue falcons :lol:
Im currently a reservist out of Orlando, Im supposed to be reclassed as a 71Lima Fox5 ( Postal) and Im in the process of leaving my unit for active duty. Im am very interested in the 91 series MOS, Im leaning toward 91W or a 91D. Im reading that some in the 91 series wash out at AIT.
Im weak when it comes to mathematics, but Ill try anyway. I was wondering what would the general opinion be for the best 91 series MOS. I prefer to be stationed in a meduim to large city and work in a hospital environment; not an infantry battalion.
I only know that AIT is in Fort Sam Houston, any info would be greatly appreciated.
Posts: 14 | Location: Orlando | Registered: 27 February 2004
One of the benefits of SACMS-VT is that it gives soldiers CEU's toward thier NREMT recertifications. And if anyone hasn't noticed yet that is becoming a big problem. Soldiers are losing their certifications because of not having enough CEU's
Posts: 52 | Location: Ft. Carson, CO | Registered: 23 September 2004
Well, I think it's great that the SACMS-VT is working for some of you but in all honesty I need more!! The only time I am ever able to use my 91W skills is when that comes around... I don't know about any of you but I definetely am not going to be able to stay confident in my skills if we only train twice a year!
Posts: 3 | Location: Hanau,Germany | Registered: 14 October 2004
Welcome Ryguy5254, good to see you here. Check out some of the other forums to and respond to what interests you, or start your own threads on things you may have questions about or request opinions on.
I have read the Army Officer's Guide (49th) and havnt seen that quote...
Womack at Fort Bragg will be my permanent duty station in April 2005. Any insight on decent places to live off base? I Will be working in the Emergency Department there as a 66HM5. What kind of shifts does everyone work - 3-12's, 5 - 8's, etc? Any good watering holes? What is the Uniform worn there - BDU, Whites, Scrubs? How many beds does that ED have?
Posts: 4 | Location: nj | Registered: 23 November 2004