Now that boot camp is over, you have to learn how to put up with the military’s schedule. They begin to work on the weekdays, doing jobs that relate to the rate they chose before they went in. Most of the single men and women live in the barracks for awhile, so they’re free to do whatever they choose when work is over.
Their life is fairly routine. They can come home on leave or weekends (depending on the distance) and you can visit them almost whenever you’d like. That’s the easy part.
However, sometimes unexpected things pop up, and they have to be pulled off for gun shoots or extra training in different cities or states.
Honestly, other than boot camp and deployments, it really isn’t that bad. Oh yeah, we can’t forget about time differences. Those will never be fun.