Hours of Sleep Each Night: Basic Training Q&A

PVT Mike Raneo talks about sleep during Basic Combat Training.

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Private Mike Raneo, from Navair, Florida stationed here at Fort Benning, Georgia for basic training. Hector from San Juan, Puerto Rico asks; "How much sleep do you get a night?"

That all depends, on if you have fire guard duty or not, you have to stay up an hour, make sure everyone is asleep, clean the bay a little bit. But most of the time you usually get seven to eight hours of sleep?it's not that bad. You get your sleep, you just go to bed early, wake-up really early, to start your training. So, don't worry about sleep, you'll get it.