Just wondering what the Reserve Academy was like for some of you. I am going in December and have heard a few different things on what to expect. Thanks:wink:
srf13 said:No worries badgebunny. Just relax and have fun (try to learn something in the process). The reserve academy will teach you just how much you don't know about Law Enforcement... What academy are you going to?
WesternWestern226 said:Have fun with the "What if" questions! ](*,) They got a bit out of hand in my class! Other than that I had a good time and made some great friends.
Ha ha ha.... brings back a few laughs. I was there... sat with the Chief.Western226 said:Agawam, graduated 7 April, 2005. The instructors always said there were no such things as stupid questions, however I disagreed pretty quick after we got to the Crim Law classes. Particularly Chapter 207, Section 4... :GNANA:
srf13 said:Badgebunny, I graduated from Boylston. P/M me if you have any questions. I wouldn't say that there is a lot of physical training... but there were some people who couldn't keep up. If you are in any type of decent shape (Can you string together 30 push ups at one time?) you will be more than fine. The guys who run the DT portion (the only time you will do any physical training) are good guys. Listen up and learn the basics so you don't have to waste time relearning them. You are only going to get a basic introduction to DT, so find a friend to practice with on the outside, as it is a perishable skill. Enjoy the OC class... We had one guy who freaked out, took off his shirt, and had two nipple rings. The SWAT guys got a real kick out of that... 8-O
badgebunny said:lmao....are there lots of people who freak during the OC class. I DON"T want to be one of those people..so any advice you can give me is much appreciated!
BlackOps said:There's only one thing you can do...... just accept it. The OC sucks but it will only last 45mins or so. Chucky D and the boys will take good care of you.....