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I had the pleasure of attending the graduation ceremonies for the 77th RTT. After 26 weeks of a live-in academy where every minute of their day was regulated, they performed a flawless ceremony full of military style pomp and precision. From close order rifle drill to combatives demos to the actual pinning process, everything was meticulously (sic?) performed to the step. Congrats to the 77th! See you on the road. rhl
 

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Rich6896";p="63317 said:
So after a hard 6 months of training did the 77th at least get a 3 day weekend before being thrown to the wolves?

Congrats 77th
We all had Friday as an HDO (Holiday Day Off) from a previous holiday that we worked. That plus Sat and Sun, and then we all reported to our Troop HQs on Monday.
 

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Congrats to the 77th RTT. Stay safe out there.
 

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a friend of mine said his psych test had about 50 people in it, and there were 3 other groups about the same size. his medical was this week. he said most of them were 96's.
 

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They are all 96's. They contacted every 96. If you got a 96 and were not contacted you had one of 2 potential problems. 1.) You didn't give a forwarding address or 2.) You slipped through the cracks and need to contact them ASAP.

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shouldn't these last two posts be under the "78th RTT" title?
 
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