UD Lacrosse Alumnus & His Green Beret Story

Warner enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2009 after graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Political Science. He played on the men’s varsity lacrosse team for 3 seasons DSCN1977beginning in 2004. He began his military career with basic training down at Ft. Benning, GA. After 6 months, he attended Airborne Jump School Driver Booster 6.2 Serial 2019  to learn how to parachute from a plane. After Ft. Benning, he began his Special Forces training at Ft. Bragg, NC.

“I was selected to attend Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) or “Selection” in the summer of 2009. It was the hardest 3 weeks of my life.” Say’s Ball. Of the 357 men who tried out, only 109 made it through and download activator avast premier 2016 were selected. He then began the Special Forces Qualification Course (Q Course). The Q Course is where a soldier learns how to become a Green Beret. They learn how to shoot, move and communicate with other soldiers in hopes of making it through the 2 year pipeline and earn their Green Beret at graduation.


While at the Q Course, he had to go through some incredibly tough training, certainly harder then anything coach Shills had put him through. He attended an intense 6-month language school, where he learned Urdu, spoken in Pakistan. Ball, learned how to survive out in the woods and also learned how to be interrogated.
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He then attended his Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) training where he learned radio/satellite communications for 6 months. After that, he participated in Robin Sage, the Idealshare Videogo Serial Key culmination exercise all Green Beret students must endure. Once he finished Robin Sage, he IMG_5875was awarded his Green Beret. The Green Berets were created in the early 1960s at the request of President Kennedy. Kennedy, saw the need for the creation of an elite unconventional group of soldiers that could go anywhere in the world, train up an indigenous force and then lead those local Jr Typing Tutor 9.33 Serial Key Crack soldiers in combat against a common enemy. The Green Berets have fought in every campaign and conflict since their creation and can be found today in over 65 countries, conducting Foreign Internal Defense and joint training missions.

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