Armor has always been something that greatly appealed to me and is something which I find fascinating. If I get the pleasure of commissioning as an Armor Officer, I hope to get the opportunity to work with Strykers (or whatever the equivalent will be when I commission). I know that you can request your first duty station by opting for more time in your ADSO, but nothing is guaranteed. If I do not get to work with Strykers, my next choices are as follows: Abrams, Bradley, and Cav. Anyway, I just had some general questions about life as a 19, any and all help is greatly appreciated. Aside from the normal deskwork and such that every officer has, what is the daily life of an armor officer like? Do you get much time to do practice runs with your guys other than the occasional FTX or pre-deployment training? (I imagine that it requires a lot of paperwork and coordinating with other officers to get time out at the ranges and acquiring the necessary targets/ munitions) What does a day outside the wire pertain of? Do Stryker teams just chill and keep watch while the infantry squads that ride with them do their thing? Anyway, I want to thank all you wonderful people for your service, and any help, insight, or advice that you can provide.