I guess I am the 4th to graduate this class that used this site. Going to 2/75 sometime soon and begin the steps of having to prove myself again, something I should get used to because you have to prove yourself everyday where I am going.
This site was very useful and I've found that it has more information than you need it is just hard to see sometimes unless you have already done it(everything is illuminated in hindsight I guess).
My only advice to DEPs that has not already been said 1000X is to always take the hard way, because in the end it is only training and it will make you stronger physically and more importantly mentally for when the real thing happens. A strong body will only come from a stronger mind. Just remember if your in a training environment and it feels easy or comfortable then you are wrong.
You young men are the Leaders and Warriors of tommorrow. I am so very proud of you, Ranger noluckpete and all the young Studs graduated from this class. It only gets harder (and better) from now on. Godspeed in all your travels.
~72nd MP Co. Nevada NG ~B Co 2/75 (WEBCO) 1990-1991 ~DISCOM Division Support Command 9th ID ~D Co 29th Signal Bn
Proud father of two 3/75 Rangers (Both have served, raising a family, working and going to school) "Above all, we must realize that no arsenal, or no weapon in the arsenals of the world, is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women. It is a weapon our adversaries in today's world do not have." Ronald Reagan