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Monster Marine OCS thread: stupid questions answered here!

Treetop Flyer

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pilot
Haha yeah I caught the humor. It will just be whatever it will be. Just not a fan of sharp objects but a shot or 2 isn't the end of the world.

Thanks
My experience is 15 years old but expect to get a lot of shots. I don’t specifically remember blood being drawn but that’s likely too
 

RoarkJr.

Well-Known Member
Haha yeah I caught the humor. It will just be whatever it will be. Just not a fan of sharp objects but a shot or 2 isn't the end of the world.

Thanks
They’ll have 2 parallel lines of corpsmen and you walk through as they stab. I may be confusing boot and OCS but the shots were pretty gnarly. Especially the one in the ass, that more so felt like my lower back.
 

TheSage

New Member
It ended up being 7 vaccines and 6 vials of blood for me. Builds character for a needle phob that's for sure. For any other needle phobs make sure you send in your right shot records. Oh and there wasn't the Ass shot.
At USMC OCS do they do a full blood panel?
 

Chrisrm

New Member
Just found out I've been selected for Juniors this summer. Currently base building on the running and studying general knowledge from NROTC PQS. Last PFT was 279.

Any pointers on how to be best prepared?
 

HAL Pilot

Well-Known Member
None
Contributor
Any pointers on how to be best prepared?
Don’t forget to practice your “Yut, yut”, “Oorah!” and “Devil Dog”.

Knife hands can wait until the second summer when you’re closer to being commissioned and need to perfect them before leading Marines.
 

Treetop Flyer

Well-Known Member
pilot
Just found out I've been selected for Juniors this summer. Currently base building on the running and studying general knowledge from NROTC PQS. Last PFT was 279.

Any pointers on how to be best prepared?
Keep working on the PFT, when I ran the intro PFT back in 2005 it was with a sore arm from a bunch of shots and they’re very strict about form.
 
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