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Me personally, I'd rather have troops that know their jobs forwards and backwards, and couldn't care less about their PT scores.MIght have avoided something like those live nukes being loaded and flown across the country... The easy fix for any of this is for the guy to just change the normal duty hours for another 2 hours before or after and problem solved.
Well, as most people know a flight/CC is not a commander.
He finally dropped one and I thought the guy was going to shoot me.
He got on the radio and called the Flight Chief, who tried very hard to keep a straight face while he admonished me for being reckless with the vehicle.
Poor kid, he probably just wants to go back to his room and eat Pop Tarts instead of doing PT. Poor 70gto, this thread didn't do him much good, but that is exactly the image of the type of troop his OP conjured.
I was thinking spanking it to Hentai and eating Cheetos. Poor 70gto, this thread didn't do him much good, but that is exactly the image of the type of troop his OP conjured.
The problem is that those people are bored with their jobs and stoped caring.
Or maybe that care but runing the same checklist over and over gets old and things will get dropped.My buddy goes up to his PTL and says "How did his run go? He just finished sit-ups." I think every squadron I was in had a couple of dudes like that, but I was intel for most of my career, the Wo W kids seem very adept at being linguists. We had one dude who earned the nickname Roach Coach because he always took an incredible amount of junk food snacks out to post with him.I'll never forget seeing this guy walk a boundary sentry post, with a family sized bag of Cool Ranch Doritos.I was on a vehicle patrol with him one night and he pulled out three cans of Vienna Sausages.On his second can, I started slamming on the brakes or stomping on the accelerator each time he tried to extract a sausage from the can.Second, if PT is so important to this guy, schedule it during "normal" duty hours.