What are some of the reasons why people fail RIP/Ranger School, other than quitting and lack of motivation?
I'm not worried about making it physically and mentally, I know I'd never quit no matter what, even if it kills me, but I can't help but think about all the other things that look like it might be difficult, especially for a slow learner such as myself and far behind in their education. It'll probably take some time just for me to study and pass the ASVAB.
Will I have nothing to worry about, as long as I don't quit, and carefully listen to the instructors? Are they patient and help you learn what you need to know, such as the knots, map/compass, land nav, etc. Those are the things that sound like I might fuck up on.
What are some books/videos I should get to help me get a better understanding of these things and prepare? I already have and read the To Be A U.S. Army Ranger book by Russ Bryant which was good.
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on July 31st, 2003, 8:31 pm, edited 1 time in total.