Welcome to SOFREP’s Team Room. Today, the guys discuss their experiences in military schools.  Those of you who are not very familiar with the US military might be surprised to find out how many schools we have to attend while on duty…double that if you are a member of any of the special operations forces.

There is airborne training, Ranger school, language school, SERE ( Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape) training, and many, many others too numerous to mention here. To become a Special Forces Medic it requires months of classroom training and practical exercises followed by months of trauma rotations in hospitals and with paramedics services.  Be prepared to study.

Drago recalls his first schooling assignment being for English classes, and that really pissed him off . Up until that time, he had taught himself English from the dictionary and comic books. In hindsight, he notes that it was quite a valuable learning experience. With typical Drago humor, he explains how, during his English schooling, he was dating a speech pathologist, and after two months, she “quit on him”.

Grab a beer in one hand and a glass of whiskey in the other, and check out the video.