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Air Force Woman Gets Tazed for Fun
Toughness is always a quality that the U.S. military can respect. Vigorous physical conditioning is engaged, to make sure each individual is strong prepared. However, Bobbi Jean Moreland shockingly decided to see exactly how tough she was. With two air force buddies beside her, supporting her, she tested herself by deciding to get tasered. Once the pain of getting tasered literally shocked Bobbi Jean Moreland, she grabbed her colleague where her hand was closest. At that point the man doubled over as he literally then felt her pain. After the shocks went through her body, Moreland yelled “Ow! Ow!” But like a tough chick of the United States Air Force, she dipped into a push up and shrugged it off! Because of the lower and personal area that was squeezed, Moreland’s colleague remained in some pain for sometime after the situation.
The training required for Basic Military Training or boot camp has been known to be quite tough, and many movies have been made, showing the rigor required of the U.S. military. The process of fitness takes an ordinary person and seems to make him heroic by the training’s outcome. In week one for example, after vaccinations, fitness tests consist of one minute timed push ups, sit ups, and a 1.5 mile run. If a trainee doesn’t meet the basic criteria, they will be put into a remedial group that will have extra physical training to get them up to the curve. For any disciplinary actions that are needed, people will have to do extra push ups, squat thrusts or any other exercise that the authorities thinks is necessary as a punishment.
The U.S. Air Force Basic Military Training is an 8 and a half week rigorous program of physical and mental training that is required to become an airman in U.S. Air Force, Air Force Reserve, or National Guard.
The United States Air Force is an aerial warfare branch of the United States Armed Forces. The U.S. Air Force provides air support to ground troops and aids in the recovery of troops in he field. The purpose of the Air Force is to “preserve peace and security, and provide for the defense of the United States, the Territories, Commonwealths and possessions, and any areas occupied by the United States. The Air Force also supports national policy, implements national objectives, and overcomes any nations responsible for aggressive acts that imperil the peace and security of the United States.