Privacy you give up in the Army

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When you join the Army there are some things related to privacy that you have to learn to give up. This is mostly on the active duty side of the Army but in this video ill talk about your privacy in the Army.


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  • The Rusty Typewriter
    Posted at 18:02h, 10 April

    Waddup, Chris!

  • Mateusz Szablak
    Posted at 18:03h, 10 April

    You should do a video about AIT like you did for BCT, Ranger, and Special Forces.

  • Demonic Killer1456
    Posted at 18:04h, 10 April

    I’m planning on joining the army once I’m done with highschool do you have any tips to preparation towards basic?

  • The Chillmaster
    Posted at 18:25h, 10 April

    about the marriage part. Wouldn't the military and DOD employee (with a clearance) be the same?

  • Gavin Brandin
    Posted at 18:49h, 10 April

    Does the 250 mile radius restriction also apply to Army National Guard soldiers?

  • Toya G
    Posted at 18:49h, 10 April

    Thanks Chris!

  • Alex Sarantis
    Posted at 19:02h, 10 April

    Nice video, I love the the little screen that has explainations stick with it.

  • jthavorn
    Posted at 19:04h, 10 April

    1. You’ll get over showering with others quickly. You‘ll most likely not see many of the same soldiers after basic anyways.
    2. Barracks inspections varies based on leadership.
    3. As a parachute rigger, we ALL peed into a cup EVERY month, sometimes several times a month. Most observers just stood behind us and didn’t directly look at our “stuff” while we peed.

    Great video chris!

  • kbrownfocus
    Posted at 19:20h, 10 April

    NTC has showers??…. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 That's a good one….
    This is my pee cup, there are many like it, but this one is filled with my pee…
    Gotta love a prior Marine as your senior Drill Sgt at Ft Knox 2004 🤣🤣🤣
    On the 250 mi radius, it's mostly for the lower 48, Hawaii and Alaska you ain't leaving, unless you have leave and you're flying to the mainland, if you get stationed in Hawaii, they do kinda frown on Island hoping, even if you're seeing family on the other islands…
    Another thing, if and only if, you live in on post housing, being married, your unit can and will do health and welfare checks as well, just to make sure you and your family arnt living like slobs, or having other unauthorized family members living in you home. But they (the unit) usaly don't bother married couples as bad.

  • Alex Tapia
    Posted at 19:35h, 10 April

    No one:

    Everyone watching this video: well shit

  • Carlos Colon Pérez
    Posted at 19:35h, 10 April

    Well I'm ready to go to OSUT as an infantryman immediately the quarantine ends also to airborne school and I hope to take the Ranger school and the air assault school. And maybe trying to enter to the 75 rangers regiment.

  • Doug The Eliminator
    Posted at 19:37h, 10 April

    We always had plenty of "barracks lawyers" that thought they knew their "rights." They were always wrong. It was quite entertaining.

  • Mike372644
    Posted at 19:49h, 10 April

    Not military but I'm curious. What about social media and cell phones once you're in your unit? Any censorship for that?

  • Ross Parlette
    Posted at 19:51h, 10 April

    At my first duty station, the toilets were all in a single room with no dividers between them. This was in each barracks building.

  • Ogdor
    Posted at 20:06h, 10 April

    Thanks for the info man some of those i did know but some i didn't thanks bud

  • Jesse U
    Posted at 20:35h, 10 April

    Notification platoon

  • terence hayes
    Posted at 20:38h, 10 April

    Great video

  • GamerNerd0115
    Posted at 20:46h, 10 April

    I was a Urinalysis observer when I was in the Marine Corps, boy does it suck but Marines learn that its just policy and becomes routine. We used to make jokes. So the policy was that the observer HAD TO WATCH THE URINE LEAVE THE BODY. lol. Imagine taking a UA test and the observer says "Hey man, nice watch."

  • Nicholas Russo-Barkley
    Posted at 20:56h, 10 April

    Can you have a pet when you are in the Army?

  • Frank Sakurai-Cook
    Posted at 23:32h, 10 April

    While I Was In My Dads Drill Sergeant Office I Saw A Private Naked Didnt Think Much Of It But I Just Ignored It Since I Knew That Would Probally Happen 😂

  • Mr. X
    Posted at 00:28h, 11 April

    This is only a problem if youre a softass

  • Omar Massey
    Posted at 11:03h, 11 April

    30th Med BDe policy required barracks inspections every day, with company inspections once per week, and battalion inspections once per month. By the time, they implemented this, i was PCSing to Walter Reed where i don't have to stay in the barracks thank goodness.

  • Omar Massey
    Posted at 11:07h, 11 April

    As for medical, if you need to go to sick call, depending on your first line or your first sergeant, they don't ask specifically why. They really just need to know for accountability purposes.

  • Bernard Jex
    Posted at 13:16h, 11 April

    No privacy on deployment and no freedom in general. Go Army

  • MustardBomb X
    Posted at 13:20h, 11 April

    I love your Winged Eagle Belt!

  • The Black Knight
    Posted at 13:24h, 11 April

    The most fundamental and basic right removed was not correctly explained. If you work, live, or operate on the grounds of a military, DoD, or Federal Department controlled area, you are liable for search and seizure at ALL TIMES. There is NO true meaning of "private property" including your person AKA privacy. This goes far beyond any type "health and welfare" inspections. Know this fact, and understand it well. Retired 24 year senior USACE officer and combat veteran of three separate wars.

  • Steve S
    Posted at 03:02h, 12 April

    What happens if you laugh at the Peter Gazer. I think I would find it so awkward and gay that I’d bust out laughing at the MFer

  • Idaly Vergara
    Posted at 03:16h, 13 April

    When can you get a discharge in the us army

  • Teambabydabs
    Posted at 04:57h, 13 April

    Worst conditions I had while in the Navy, stuck in a tent during a monsoon in the Philippines during training. Best accommodations USAF and I use the term real lightly “barracks” in Japan, basically a three story hotel, full room to myself with tv, bathroom, balcony mini fridge the works( only got to stay there for 2 months).😂

  • morning star
    Posted at 06:50h, 15 April

    I'm currently just physically training o plan on joining in two years I'm 16what would be the best steps to take before I want to be a combat medic in the 82nd airborne division for the first three years then try for 11d