3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division
What are my chances of getting stationed at any of these duty stations…?
1. Vicenza, Italy, 173rd Airborne Brigade
2. Ft. Bragg, 82nd Airborne Division
3. Ft. Drum, 10th Mountain Division
4. Ft. Carson, 4th ID
5. Ft. Campbell, 101st Air Assault
6. Ft. Riley, 1st ID
7. Schofield Barrack, Hawaii, 25th ID
8. Vilseck, Germany, 2nd Cavalry Regiment
9. Ft. Stewart, 3rd ID
10. Korea, 2nd ID
I’ll be either Infantry of Cavalry Scout at this point, after I reclass. What are my chances of getting to any in my top 5 (my recruiter said the list is 10 duty stations)
I know it’s called a Dream Sheet for a reason haha.
But I’m going to get Option 40 (Ranger) in my contract, hopefully… will that make a difference if I don’t make it through RIP? Will I have more of a chance at the 173rd being that I will be Airborne?
If your recruiter told you to make a list of the top 10 places you would like to be stationed and lead you to believe that list made a difference, trust me it doesn’t. You will go where they want to send you. If it’s to any of the bases on your list then it was a coincidence.
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