The Forge Package
The Forge Package is named after Fort Jackson's intensive, 96-hour, cumulative training exercise called "The Forge". This FTX (field training exercise) requires 45 miles of movement, mostly at night, with only five hours of sleep each day. The Blue Phase level trainees are placed in a patrol base as they experience an array of combat and logistical scenarios. It emphasizes battle drills, tactical operations, and numerous foot patrols. This is the package that you've been waiting your whole life to experience. It includes all of our most popular offerings including:
-The OCP Portraits
- 2 - 8" x 10"
- 2 - 5" x 7"
- 4 - 3" x 5"
- 8 - Large Wallet Prints
-2-Personalized United States of America Army Ceramic 11oz. Mugs with your SIT in their OCP uniform on one side and Department of the Army of the United States of America seal on the other.
- Dye Sublimation process creates a perfect replication of your SIT's Portrait
- 11oz. White Premium Ceramic Mug
- High gloss + Premium white finish
- Top-to-bottom, close-to-handle decoration
- ORCA Coatings, dishwasher and microwave safe
- Simple bottom taper
-My Fort Jackson Warrior Graphic Print 8" x 10" is a customized keepsake that features your Soldier In Training in his/her OCP (Operational Camouflage Pattern) uniform accompanied by The ARMY Logo, Fort Jackson Logo, and your soldier's Company/Unit and Graduation Date.
*Enter your Soldier's name as you would like it to be displayed on the My Fort Jackson Warrior Graphic Print using the provided fields. "First Line" field refers to characters placed on top line under the portrait. "Second Line" field refers to characters placed on bottom line under the portrait. On the product example, "Robert" was entered in the First Line field and "Staffanson" was entered in the Second Line field. We will print the name exactly how it is entered in these fields. Please use care when entering as we are not responsible for typos entered in these fields.
-The Recruit Training Slideshow USB Flash Drive is a removable USB Flash Drive pre-loaded with a slideshow video production containing 500-1000 activity and portrait images. These images capture trainees of a given unit in action during training activities as well as a video yearbook featuring portraits of your soldier's Unit from BCT at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina.
16GB Flash Drive. Business Card size at 3.5" x 2" inches. The USB adapter folds out for use in computers, TVs, and any USB-compatible device that supports video file playback. An image of U.S. Army trainees in a field training exercise is printed on the front of the Flash Drive. We do not guarantee that all soldiers and activities of a given unit's cycle will be included in the slideshow. This product may arrive separately and at a later date than the rest of your order.
-The Soldier's Creed Graphic Print 8" x 10" features a portrait of your SIT (Soldier In Training) in front of The American Flag next to the U.S. Army Soldier's Creed. These words are the fundamental principles that U.S. Army Soldiers live by. Taught during BCT (Basic Combat Training), the Soldier's Creed is recited at public ceremonies and at the conclusion of BCT among other important milestones in a Soldier's career.
This graphic print also includes images of The American Flag, a Bald Eagle, and U.S. Army Soldiers in combat in front of a departing CH-47F Chinook Helicopter.
-4-Fort Jackson South Carolina 4" x 6" Border Prints showcasing your Soldier In Training OCP Portrait with a bottom border representing Fort Jackson's official logo and Coat of Arms.
-The Soldier Portrait Photo Calendar 8" x 10" graphic print features your Soldier In Training in his/her OCP (Operational Camouflage Pattern) uniform accompanied by an 18-month calendar.
-The Unit Group Photo Graphic Print 8" x 10" is a customized keepsake that features your U.S. Army Soldier standing tall and proud with their comrades in arms printed with Company, Unit, Platoon Number, Platoon Name, Platoon Coat of Arms, and "Fort Jackson" headline. A lasting memory of the brave men and women who transformed from Recruit to U.S. Army Soldier side-by-side each grueling day with your loved one in BCT at Fort Jackson. *Graphic overlays can vary from displayed example for some units.
-2-Soldier's Family Prayer 2" x 6" Bookmarks featuring your SIT's OCP Portrait on top of a Prayer that emphasizes the importance of our Soldier's duty, their courage, and the blessing we ask for to keep them safe in battle so they return home to us safely.
Please Note: If you purchase a package that contains the Recruit Training Slideshow USB Flash Drive, you may receive this product in a separate package at a later date from the prints in your order. The production of the Slideshow requires a unit's full-cycle of images and trainee information so this product may ship later than 1 week after graduation.
FREE SHIPPING WHEN YOU ORDER THIS PACKAGE!
Your soldier in training CANNOT order this Package on Base.
Please enter only one Soldier/Unit per order.
In order to have every possible chance to capture and receive all images of your SIT, we receive all portrait images 3 weeks after the start of BCT. This deadline can also be pushed back due to COVID-19 restrictions. We do our best to ship orders no later than the week after graduation and our shipping takes 5-7 business days. You are welcome to place your orders at any time as long as you have your SIT's Company, Battalion, Regiment, Platoon, and Graduation Date. We will notify you once we have received, processed, and created the products with the images of your SIT.
We offer you the best finished prints in the industry. Using cutting-edge equipment, we print on the world's finest papers, plus, our team of experienced color technicians provides superb color management so that each and every print looks picture perfect. Standard Archival Value of 100 years when displayed in your home with normal exposure to sun and light; 200 years Archival Value in dark storage.
To download photos of your SIT's unit in action while training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, visit our Military Action website at BasicTrainingPhotos.com.