National School Breakfast Week on March, 2017: Reception Week at Basic Training?
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Reception week at 30th AG (Adjutant General) Battalion, Fort Benning, GA will last about four days. When I was there in 2003, you came in, usually late at night, were issued a canteen and a duffel bag, and sent to sleep for a few hours. In the morning, you had breakfast and got your haircut. Next, you were sent down to get your PT uniform and buy a set of running shoes. After that comes a financial brief, lots of shots (ask for extra pennicillin :) ), and more drawing of stuff to take with you down range. I also had to take a PT test, but as far as I know, you are supposed to do that with your recruiter now, so I don't know if you have to do that still.
Depending on when you go, you may be there longer. CIF (Central Issue Facility) is not open weekends or holidays, so it might take a bit longer.
is there calendar displaying national recognition weeks?
Try this one:
Here is an example for Jan 2006
National Eye Health Care Month
National Hobby Month
National Soup Month
National Staying Healthy Month
National Thank You Month
National Book Month
Hot Tea Month
Human Resource Month
March of Dimes Birth Defects Prevention Month
Prune Breakfast Month
Volunteer Blood Donor Month
Bald Eagle Watch Month
Bread Machine Baking Month
Celebration of Life Month
Fat Free Living Month
Get Over It Month
It's OK to be Different Month
Love Yourself Month
Clean Up Your Computer Month
Mail Order Gardening Month
Personal Self-Defense Month
Poverty in America Month
Reaching Your Potential Month
Yours, Mine & Ours Month
National Stamp Collectors Month
International Printing Month
Autism Awareness Month
International Creativity Month
Celebrate the Past Month
Clinical Trial Awareness Month
Coffee Gourmet International Month
Bath Safety Month
Crime Stoppers Month
National Letter Writing Month
Blended Family Month
National Candy Month
National Hot Tea Month
National Polka Month
Celebration of Life Week- Week One
Law Enforcement Training Week (Always the first full week of the year)- Week One
Lose Weight, Feel Great Week - Week One
Universal Letter Writing Week- Week Two
National Thank-Your-Customers Week- Week Two
School Crossing Guard Week- Week Two
Someday We'll Laugh About This Week- Week Two
Special Education Week- Week Three
Cuckoo Dancing Week- Week Three
National Fresh Squeeze Juice Week- Week Three
Healthy Weight Week- Week Three
National Glaucoma Week- Week Four
National Meat Week- Week Four
Kiss A Shark Week -Week Four (Please don't really kiss a shark.)
Hot Air Balloon Week - Week Four
Catholic Schools Week - 29 thru Feb.4
It is not in a calendar form, and it has more than medical stuff....but it is a start....
Ah, here is a better one!
What happens during Tech School in the Air Force?
Air Force Technical Training, aka "tech school" is where you go once you graduate from Basic Military Training or "boot camp". The technical training in the United States Air Force is run by the "Community College of the Air Force" which is a regionally accredited (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) institute of higher learning by the Department of Education.
Depending on which "air force specialty code" (AFSC or your job) you have will determine which technical training location you go to. Each tech school will vary. However, to give you a general idea of what technical training was like for me, this was our schedule:
4:30AM- Wake up
5:00-6:15AM- Physical training
7:30AM-4:30PM- Class (to learn your job)
4:30-5:00PM - Formation- wait for National Anthem.
5:00PM- Released for the day until "curfew" which was 9:00PM(Sun-Thurs) and midnight on weekends.
On Wed. and Thurs. we didn't have phsyical training so you could sleep til 6:15AM.
Class is just like any other class, except it is the military so it isn't as "laid back" as college would be. For example, you can't just get up and leave or be disrespectful. You have to adhere to "customs and courtesies" like calling people "sir" or "ma'am" and standing up whenever an officer walks in the classroom.
Tech school is often divided into "phases" depending on the school. My tech school did not allow us to leave base on our "off time" until our second week of class, provided no one got in trouble. We also had to wear our uniforms on our free time during the first four weeks of tech school.
Hope this helps.