Re: The life of a National Guard Officer?
The problem with these kinds of threads is there is no common experience.
The time and duties required vary dramatically by position more than rank. Even in the same positions, they'll vary considerably based on what the CO wants you doing. In stuff like MI, it'll depend a lot also on what type of unit you're attached to. Then it'll depend on what part of the training cycle the unit is in and what kinds of things they're doing. On a more basic level it'll depend how jacked up some of your soldiers are, how good your NCOs are (1SG &/or PSG), and what your readiness NCO is like. In the end, it's as much or as little as you want to make it.
Last edited by SFC_Wilson; April 28th, 2011 at 12:14 PM.