- Dec 27, 2007
- Yuma, AZ
you find a new unit out there yet? congrats dude. how's the PT? hopefully we'll see you on border wars.
ETA: if i was to ever peruse a LE career after i retire, CBP would be it for me. i am fluent in spanish so that's a plus.
Actually I ETS-ed. I was on a one year "try one" contract, and I declined reenlistment since I knew this offer was coming, and a trans-continental move would be involved. Didn't feel like dealing with all the crap to IST to a different state and go inactive for the academy.
The PT is NO JOKE. Seriously, it's on par with if not harder than PT in USMC boot camp. The big difference is PT is just one class of many that you have, and your other instructors don't smoke you or anything. So if you screw up in law class, you don't drop right there but rather wait and pay for it the next day in PT. The instructors don't forget, either.