Religion During BCT

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  1. freethinker

    freethinker New Member

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    I've heard that during BCT cadets get part of Sunday to attend religious services, but what if the cadet is atheist, and doesn't attend religious services? What will the cadet do during that time?
     
  2. CadCandMateus

    CadCandMateus Recent Grad

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    Study knowledge, clean room, talk to other basic cadets... etc.
     
  3. ILHunter92

    ILHunter92 USAFA Cadet

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    There is also a religious service on Thursday. So if not religious you will have a little time to yourself on Thursday and Sunday to actually sit in your room and do whatever except sleep. Most of my flight would write letters.
     
  4. ZoomingFalcon

    ZoomingFalcon Cadet

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    I would like to emphasize the word SIT. You'll enjoy it, trust me:thumb:
     
  5. urbonman6

    urbonman6 Member

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    if you don't attend a church serivce

    i would definitely sit. that is one thing i missed a lot during basic. also, it's a good time to write letters.
     
  6. ILHunter92

    ILHunter92 USAFA Cadet

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    I was going to emphasize that as well!
     
  7. DK6732

    DK6732 USAFA Cadet

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    I would aslo stress to sit and relax. Use all the time you can get to write letters and to get to know your classmates.
     

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