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Tesla last won the day on January 6 2019

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  1. Honest question, do you understand how trends work? Two boards of low acceptance don't take away from the high acceptance over the past three years. You're also looking at the math in a weird way. "about 68 slots over two years" doesn't make sense, because 82 and 45 disagree with you. It's better to say that there was an average of 65 accepted applicants over each AD board. However it's not fair to try and put a top end number of 150, considering non-select data isn't available from January 2018. With that said, what exactly is the point you're trying to make? It's certainly not quicker
  2. As someone who attended WOCS at the ripe old age of 18, I'm going to say I probably have experience that directly relates to what you're asking. I'll provide a more informative post when I get to my computer tonight, stay tuned. EDIT: Sometimes I look back fondly on a conversation I had with the E7 who was the chief of the recruiting station I used. This was back between my junior and senior year of high school. He made some comment along the lines of "You know your chances are low, right? We'll go with it, but your chances would be better if you enlisted." Understandably, most people
  3. She will not receive pay as an E-5 until she actually starts WOCS, and moves into the barracks on day 0. Any days in between BCT graduation, and the start of her class will result in her being paid as whatever rank she took at BCT. I went to BCT as an E-1, and sat at Rucker for a month and a half as a holdover. I was not paid as an E-5 until I actually started the course.
  4. LUH control touch was and is definitely IP/student dependent.
  5. I'm high school to flight school, now at a line unit. 1. Show that you are active in community service, if you aren't, get involved. Participating in multiple sports and clubs helps considerably in your packet. Doing nothing but getting good grades won't cut it. The leadership experience comes from those two areas. 2. USAREC enlistment program procedures says "Be at least 18 years old at the time of RA Enlistment and not passed 33rd birthday at the time of selection. Age waivers will be considered on a case by case basis." I also did my flight physical while I was seventeen, I really had
  6. Hell, I had a guy who was a CFI in my class, probably had close to three thousand hours in rotary wing and multi-engine fixed wing. He failed his selection APFT. That went well.
  7. The difference is that if you go to the five week course, you must take and complete the classes and tests for the two weeks you will not be at the physical school house for. To attend the five week course, I believe you need WLC or equivalent with a three year or less hiatus from service. (someone correct me if I am wrong.) Just because someone is prior service, or has WLC does not mean they will attend the five week course. One of my roommates in the seven week course was an E7 currently with the guard, for example. Also, there aren't any new classes being put into WOCS from what they alr
  8. WO 2 64D 2 47F 4 C12 10 60M CO 1 64D 2 C12 1 47F 1 60M 1 67J
  9. WO 64- three 47- looks like two. 60- nine LT 64-two 47-two
  10. I've been to several, best countries I've ever visited.
  11. Done! Good luck you to ladies and gentlemen! Looks like a strong set of packets.
  12. Hopefully if I pull some voodoo magic, I'll be in that WOBC class.
  13. a little unrelated, is there anyone I can visit to try and get a WOBC date as early as possible after graduating WOCS, or is it just luck of the draw essentially?
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