Well, I just finished the worst military school of my entire career!! I've been to PLDC, BNCOC,and Battle staff and I just finished ANCOC. A school designed for senoir medical tract NCO's, and I was treated like a week old private ! Beyond the mandatory study halls (that made every day from 04:45 to 21:30), the 4 day field excercise was an absolute disaster! I am a combat medic with 12 years service and two deployments under my belt (with 82nd patch on my right shoulder ), and I had patient admins, pharmacy techs, or lab techs that have never seen a deployment much less the sandbox telling me how my tactics in the field are not meeting thier "standards"! But it's alright, when I went to the SGM, the (pardon my french) bull dike told me that this was her course and if I wanted my 1059, I would play thier silly games and shut my mouth! Oh, by the way, when you students are in the field you are not to treat any of your fellow soldiers if they may become heat casualties (san antonio heat) or injured. They have provided us with the medical support we require. The medical support provided for us was 2 e-4's in a box with about 4 iv's for over 200 students! Within the first day we had 20 soldiers go down (the heat combined with 2 weeks of 4 hours or less sleep per night), but guess where the medical support was....they got lost on the way to the "fob"!!! Long story short 28 heat casualties, 2 heat strokes, 3 medevacs, and countless iv's started by fellow students, countless IG complaints, 1 1059, 1 layover, 13 hours sleep, 2 cups of coffee and 1 finally content "ANCOC graduate" setting in front of his computer venting! that is all.