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    where do cav scouts usually get stationed at?

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    Wherever the Army needs you. Hawaii, Drum, Riley, Korea, Germany, Irwin, Benning, Stewart, Carson..quite a few.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angriff View Post
    Wherever the Army needs you. Hawaii, Drum, Riley, Korea, Germany, Irwin, Benning, Stewart, Carson..quite a few.
    A heck of a lot more places than us PSYOPers...unless your USAR your stuck at Ft Bragg :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunt Medic TXARNG View Post
    Scouts are respected, yes - their job is to go out on the 'sharp end' and find the enemy, and that requires a good deal of skill, strategy and more than a little luck.


    One of my favorite snarky Army sayings - "The mission of the Scout Platoon is to locate the enemy and to mark his position with your burning vehicles"

    It'll be funny later, if it isn't now.
    Oh I dont know Doc!!.. Its pritty funny now!!.... lol...
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    Jared, firstly welcome to the forums, the Scout is a respected position as its a combat arms lead role in its MOS application, field craft, intelligence and aptitude are key in that role and they are some of the foundation stones of what makes a US Army Ranger, or US Special Forces Solder.... You are not going astray if you have serious ambition to try out and get into either areas of the US Army. I would also advise in addition to what TX GRUNT Medic said about watching out for the recruiters to try and get some follow up training when you get to your operational unit assignment in Land Navigation and if possible Languages. If you can speak any foreign languages, it always helps..

    Best of luck and keep us posted...

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    ‘We should never obsess about if we are going to die, but instead focus on how we live as those whom live an honorable life will always die a glorious death.’

    Rectitude (義): Courage (勇氣): Benevolence (仁): Respect (禮 ): Honesty (誠): Honour (名誉): Loyalty (忠義)

    ...ergo veneratio est vires.

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