GA LRS National Guard

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GA LRS National Guard

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I was wondering if a man with prior service but no " high speed" schools could join the LRS? If yes, what could and should I expect as far as training in the future as far as schools and time commitments from work. I work for federal government so I see no problems. I am also 36. Am I too old? :?

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yes, inf, abn, rslc, no
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Go for it, that's a great unit.
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I have looked at their website and tried to "link up" to a contact email and it will not allow me.Anyone have an email contact or phone number? Thanks!!!!

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I've called a few guys I know in the unit for another gentlemen on here. They are all doing the summer thing and etc, so they are scarce.
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o.k. Thanks

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Age? Ht/Wt? The only thing that really matters is that you can run and hump a ruck. Pull your weight, look out for the young ones, learn the skill sets and you'll be an asset to the unit.
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revpotsy wrote:o.k. Thanks
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