Was it Bruce? I think I know who you are talking about...luap112 said:Question to the MSP troopers? Is this new? My cousin knew a guy who was in the 72nd got an injury minor(or least my cousin says it was minor) had to leave then came back and graduated for the 73rd.. Do they have a light duty PT that recruits can do if they are not injured to the point were it prevents them from exercising but can't do full speed ie walking on tredmill in stead of running? just curious?
As they should, these cupcakes need to realize that their are quite a few of us on the outside just waiting to get in. In my opinion, if you can't give 100%, quit, you obviously don't want it bad enough.masstroopers1 said:Hence the term, "medical muffin". Those who give 40% face all sorts of barriers based on their lack of commitment.
Yes, Bruce was at B-5. Great guy and he was in the 73rd...luap112 said:JSG2020
No. To tell the truth I only met this guy once and thought he told me he was in he 72nd then the 73rd but really can't remember it was several years ago. To Answer your question I think I May know who you are talking about use to work B-5? I think last time I heard in H troop somewhere? I thought he was just in the 73rd? To the MT1 and Kiljoy275 thanks for the info.
:roll: Umm...No comment?stubrie said:Interesting.....
Weren't there females in the last class that were injured "in the first few" weeks that are on your job today?
Your saying that they did not have legite injuries?? (most injuries don't happen in the first few weeks)
That info was posted on another site detailing what they went through, and verified by one of your crew.
So your saying that those fine female State Troopers "cheapened" the experience for everone, and don't deserve the job????