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- Apr 20 by LunahRNMelinda, if you are active duty, you are not called up for only two weeks per year -- you are full-time. For the Army Reserves it is not full-time, that might be what you're thinking of -- one weekend a month, two weeks per year.
For anyone joining the military, deployment is always a possibility. You have to accept that if you join.
There is information here: Nurses | GoArmy.com
- Sep 15 by NReo13Hi my husband recently graduated from his college this past May, went to LDAC this last June, and has now received orders to report to BOLC on October 6th. He went to LDAC after he graduated. I was just curious to see if anybody knew anything about being able to bring spouses to BOLC B? He is active duty medical service corps and is reporting to Ft Sam Houston. He will be gone two months and even though it is not that long, our first child is due during the time he will be there. I have heard they put them in hotels during their stay. What I am worried about though is that only long BOLC dates allow spouses to come?? Any help is appreciated!
- Sep 16 by LunahRNThere are three things people aren't supposed to bring to BOLC: family, weapons, and pets. Sorry! The hotel will likely be on post, and he will have an assigned roommate.
- Sep 16 by DrangerHe might have the opportunity to take emergency leave while you are in labor. I saw this happen at BOLC a couple times. But since it is just TDY and not a PCS you will not be allowed to come unless he pays out of pocket for you to live off base. Not worth it.....