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Private Haley Matthews

Private Haley Matthews answers Kisha from Fairfield, Illinois who asks; "What is a normal day like in the life of a Soldier at basic training?"

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Private Haley Matthews

Private Haley Matthews answers Kisha from Fairfield, Illinois who asks; "What is a normal day like in the life of a Soldier at basic training?"

My name is Private Haley Matthews from Mechanicsville, Virginia. I'm answering Kisha's question from Fairfield, Illinois. She wants to know; "What is a normal day like in the life of a Soldier at basic training?"
The normal day is you wake up at 4:30. You get ready for PT. You do PT for about an hour. You eat chow. You go train. You eat chow again. You go train. You eat dinner chow. You have hydration formation. Then you do personal time. That's about it.
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