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  • #16
    I got it guys, Thanks.

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    • #17
      The only thing I think that I could add is to take the oppourtunity to assist the newer probies with skills, tasks, and studying. This will show your leadership and willingness to do the job.


      Good luck.
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      These opinions are mine and do not reflect the opinions of any organizations I am affiliated with.
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      • #18
        Dont take DFartman too seriously, He just finished his academy and from what i can tell... is going to be the kinda rook that get a reality check on day 1.

        Dude, you screwed up... you got a 2nd chance... u move on! Share the experience w/ others and be better caus of it!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ColoradoFireGuy View Post
          Dont take DFartman too seriously, He just finished his academy and from what i can tell... is going to be the kinda rook that get a reality check on day 1.

          Dude, you screwed up... you got a 2nd chance... u move on! Share the experience w/ others and be better caus of it!

          wow.. I would have figured you would think it'd be common sense to not let go of a halyard on the ladder you were just raising (unless ya verified the pawls and dogs were locked)... (common sense must not be standard nowdays) I may have just finished an IFSAC accredited academy, but i also have 7+ years of Navy firefighting (Aircraft and shipboard structural) training and have been a member of a vollie department since June. my day 1 was quite a while ago.. but thanks for playing.

          -Damien

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          • #20
            Wow, in rookie school and already dictating the curriculum? Not good son

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            • #21
              not necessarily dictating, just repeating what was beat into my brain.

              -Damien

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              • #22
                Not to sound like a dick or anything, but i highly doubt any of the people here are academy instructors where you are. So is there really any sense posting what is basically not fixable by members here? The only way around not retaking everything you already did (most likely) is if the written rules of the academy do not state anything involving this matter that requires you to retake every class.

                On the bright side, like everyone else said, when the class starts again, you will be experienced compared to the others. Also, if you get the same instructors maybe they will be a slight bit easier on you seeing as you are determined enough to go through the entire class again even with the injury from the first time.

                Good luck to you. Keep at it.

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                • #23
                  When I was in the Navy,I had to repeat parts of Boiler Technician A school due to lack of academic motivation.
                  I apparently did well enough even though failing tests that they thought I would make a good BT and kept me in.Either that or they wanted to see how much I' take before opting to take myself out of the school and report to the fleet as an undesignated E-3.
                  It sounds like a case of if they had wanted you out of the school,they'd have gotten you out of it instead of recycling you for another try.
                  Go back through and try not to get hurt this time.And if you see any classmate having trouble with something you've breezed through,bear a hand and help him/her understand the material.The guy in your class today is going to be backing you up in the real world.

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