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  1. Don't let the recruiters persuade you into an enlisted contract. If you got a waiver then you are set. Take the flight physical first and when you pass that, you move on as if the waiver and the relating issue does not exist. However, you mentioned your ASVAB score is 94. What is your GT score? You'll need a 110 or higher to even apply.
  2. shoot me a PM, I was straight out of college but I got a lot of help from a local ROTC branch, and found some LOR's on this site. You should see if your Uncle has any buddies that wouldn't mind helping you with an LOR. An LOR can be from retired CWO's, Commissioned officer, and for civilians they will even accept an LOR from your former principle or someone of importance. Key factors in your packet, aside from scores on your exams, are your essay and resume. Talk up any volunteer work, any special projects you've done to help improve your community. Have your recruiting batallion host a mock interview before you go in front of captains and an LTC.
  3. AGE: 22, selected at 21 ASVAB AFQT/GT: 94/130 SIFT: 69 APFT: 281 EDUCATION: CalPoly, NSCC, University of Washington GPA 3.2 FLIGHT: 12 hours rotary LORS: CW4 @ West Point USAF, O-6, O-4 USAF OTHER INFO: 300+ Volunteer hours SELECTED: March 2018 Board
  4. Your PEBD is the day after your "enlist date". Left for basic November 12, PEBD is November 13
  5. Hi all, I graduated WOCS class 19-08 as a street to seat candidate, and as a little tip, the TAC officers will treat you the same as the E-7/E-8's in your class. They will expect you to go into this class physically ready, and just as prepared for the fun to come as anyone else. That being said, have fun with it, don't let some hot shot E-7 act like they know everything but take advantage of some of their wisdom. Have fun with it and keep a good attitude! It'll take you farther than you think! Feel free to PM me if you have more questions!
  6. I was selected on the March board. Long waits all around
  7. Also will there be all the required information given during this 'free' time? Will we have all the required uniform items from basic?
  8. Between basic and WOCS will i be sent all the information regarding what to bring and what programs to sign up for? I was given next to no information and as I start Basic soon, I'm a tad worried I'm going to miss something important. I'd rather be over prepared. Also what does B Co stand for? I see it everywhere but I can't figure out the acronym or how it applies to the training process. Any help is appreciated!
  9. Isn't on base housing outside of the barracks given to married couples? There's little information in regards to moving and housing accommodations during these transitional periods. Is 1 week between WOCS and WOBC enough time to find an apartment should I need one? Any and all information about this would be very helpful
  10. Perhaps a dumb question, but as an unmarried WOC am I required to live on base even if I can afford to live off base? I'm facing surrendering my animals otherwise so it would be worth it for me to bring them with me if I can.
  11. You do it as part of the Army PT requirement. Similar to novAL99 I'm doing mine after selection. It has to be done between 90 days and 30 days before you ship.
  12. Will there be regulations given on how to stencil/prep the uniform or is it all in the WOCSOPS? Thank you so much!
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