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You have signed a contract and taken the first step to being a soldier! Congratulations. Now it is time to get ready for BCT (Basic Combat Training). Below are some links to items that you will need to learn, or take or read. Please take the time to visit all of these links as it will serve only to help you in what you are about to go through.

Items You Need To Know

General Orders (Learn these before you go)

Rank Structure (Know this before you leave, it is something that you will use everyday!)

Basic Training Packing List

Good To Know

Soldiers Creed (good to know but not required)

Phonetic Alphabet

Initial Entry Weight Requirements

U.S. Army Weight Charts for Initial Accession (Joining Up) MALE

U.S. Army Weight Charts for Initial Accession (Joining Up) FEMALE

PT Test Standards (By Age)

Male :
Female :

Male Weight Chart

Female Weight Chart

Other Items

What To Expect (This is my opinion only from what I have experience, heard and sceen)

Common Army Acronyms And Terms For Future Soldiers

BCT Training Base Web Sites

Fort Benning
Fort Jackson
Fort Knox
Fort Leonard Wood
Fort Sill

Armys New Recruitment Program (Smart)

For soldiers who have graduated basic training and AIT. Help to recruit soldiers and earn $2000.00. See your local recruiter for more information!

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