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Are you are talking about WOBC after you graduate WOCS? They run a new class approximately every 2 weeks, and people are waiting anywhere between a couple weeks to 6 months to start WOBC. You graduate WOBC on Friday and report to SERE on Saturday, then once SERE complete you are usually waiting a couple weeks for IERW. There are bubbles growing right now but the cadre are working to reduce/remove these before they get too bad.

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Are you are talking about WOBC after you graduate WOCS? They run a new class approximately every 2 weeks, and people are waiting anywhere between a couple weeks to 6 months to start WOBC. You graduate WOBC on Friday and report to SERE on Saturday, then once SERE complete you are usually waiting a couple weeks for IERW. There are bubbles growing right now but the cadre are working to reduce/remove these before they get too bad.

Our bubble from SERE to IERW is probably going to be more than a couple weeks, now that D Co picked up a bunch of people from the summer.

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Are there any training opportunities to be taken advantage of while you wait in one of those bubbles?

What are you doing in that time

There are a few. If you are an O-grade there is a chance for Ranger school. No chance of that if you are a warrant though. There is also ALSE if the bubble is big enough and I was able to get in on the high altitude chamber. Realistically, if your bubble is big enough they will put you on funeral detail for a long while. There was a time when about 15-20 of us were at honors detachment for about 5-6 months.

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Chances of any schools (like airborne) that have a potential to injure you are very, very slim. The Army wants you to be a pilot and airborne, air assualt, ranger, etc provide no benefit to that. You'll most likely spend your bubbles doing funeral details, which can be a lot of fun with a good team, or doing other BS details for B Co like trash cleanup around post.

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I would've assume high risk schools like that were out of the question but when I heard O's were going to ranger school i started second guessing. I can see ranger school being the exception of the bunch though. Bigger injury risk but it's a leadership school that anyone can benefit from.

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