How to Get to Pararescue School Taking the Physical Ability Stamina Test PAST USAF


If you traveled five hours to go swimming. (Splash) There is probably a good reason why. “I was excited because I never been to a military base before”. For Jahred Cramer a nineteen year old Air Force recruit he did so to learn about his future. and being tired will become a way of life. You’ll get to indoc and start out…last lap! Jahred wants to join Pararescue. I was thinking about going Navy but then my dad showed me the Air Force. 10:49. Becoming a PJ caught his attention because Jahred likes to help people. Lifeguard and use to volunteer at the hospital. The test he is taking is usually given by recruiters. But today he’s learning from the experts. It’s really good to get out here with these guys and kind of show them how to do things. Just cause were gonna expect them to be the next group that comes through. So if we can help them in anyway get our numbers up it’s only beneficial to the career field. (Three!) Being a bit winded after the test, he learned there’s no time to waste. Yeah, I’m doing a lot of work in the next two months. Maybe his next visit will be as a P-J. Sergeant Richard Kaulfers, Moody Air Force Base Georgia

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