Thursday, September 5, 2013
No, we did not have an outbreak of food poisining.
As of today, Army students are not allowed to have cell phones during the duty day at DINFOS. We were told about the new rule at final formation yesterday.
We are learning to be news people. At the beginning of today's public affairs class the instructor told us we should all be news junkies and asked how we get our news. Everyone said, "On my phone."
The Air Force is laughing at the Army again. "You guys can't have cell phones?"
We are allowed to write a request to the battalion commander if we want or need and exception to policy. But very few soldiers will do that. The jokes at class breaks say cell phones will ride in back packs and magically appear in the bathroom stalls.
61 days to graduation.
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