Basic combat training is nine weeks in length and is divided into three colored phases which are red, white and blue. Soldiers in the red phase are in their first two weeks. The white phase lasts for three weeks and the blue phase completes the trainees time at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C.

Basic combat training is nine weeks in length and is divided into three colored phases which are red, white and blue. Soldiers in the red phase are in their first two weeks. The white phase lasts for three weeks and the blue phase completes the trainees time at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C.

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Posted on Thursday, 19 April
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    Hey look. It’s what I’ll be doing -.-
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    This is exactly what I was doing a year ago. Kinda miss Ft Jackson…
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    Me in a few months!
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