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I dont know whether your joking or just really motivated to go to WOCS. I can assure you it is not cool.

 

My suggestion, don't linger around that place, do your time and move out.

Was a little bit of sarcasm. So they control everything once you complete WOCS, but what about between basic and going to WOCS? Who controls what you're doing in that time, because some people say they wait weeks/months for a WOCS start date after basic?

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Hhahhahahahahahahahhahahha.

 

Bco? Cool?

 

 

Snort. Hahahahahhahahahahaaa

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I dont know whether your joking or just really motivated to go to WOCS. I can assure you it is not cool.

My suggestion, don't linger around that place, do your time and move out.

I would heed this mans advice and steer clear whenever it is not mandatory to be around there. Spend your free time at the learning center or playing in traffic but not hanging around Bco.

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I would heed this mans advice and steer clear whenever it is not mandatory to be around there. Spend your free time at the learning center or playing in traffic but not hanging around Bco.

 

Good to know! The more advise the better.

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I went to BCT on 4NOV2013 and I'm not scheduled to graduate until late March 2016. Better learn to love Rucker.

 

Jeez, application process (However long that takes until you're accepted) plus BCT plus 18-24 months of flight school and then a 6 year commitment? I had no idea it was all that long. You military guys/gals certainly are committed. *slow respectful nod*

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I had no idea it was all that long. You military guys/gals certainly are committed. *slow respectful nod*

 

"Committed" is one word that could be used. "Trapped" is another. You say "potato,".....

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At BCT graduation, you'll get your orders to report to WOCS. There won't be much time in between but travel is travel, then you belong to 1st WOCC. After, you'll belong to the greatest company ever

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At BCT graduation, you'll get your orders to report to WOCS. There won't be much time in between but travel is travel, then you belong to 1st WOCC. After, you'll belong to the greatest company ever

 

Thanks for the info! I don't know to many people in the military I can ask this stuff to so you guys are a great source.

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Age: 29
AFQT/GT: 95/134
SIFT: 80
APFT: 282
Civilian Education: AAS in Munitions Systems Technology, 92 credits towards BS in Military Studies (2.82 GPA)
Military Education: Munitions Systems tech school, Nuclear Weapons tech school, Airman Leadership School, NCO Academy, Defense Nuclear Weapons School
Flight Experience: None

Board: N/A (Active Duty)
LORs: O-3 Company-level Commander, O-5 Battalion-level Commander, CW4 fixed-wing pilot, CW5 CH-47 pilot
Military Experience: Active Duty Air Force E-6 (recently selected for promotion to E-7), 10 years TIS, 3 years TIG, one tour in Afghanistan

Selected: September 2015

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Age: 23


GT: 123


SIFT: 54


APFT: 265


Civilian Education: None.


Military Education: WLC (Commandant's List), Air Assault School and UAV Instructor Operator School.


Flight Physical: Approved, no waiver.


Flight Experience: No manned flight hours. Over 600 total hours of flight with the RQ-7B Shadow UAV, 385 combat hours and close to 200 hours of instructor time.


LORs: O-3 Company Commander, O-5 Battalion Commander and CW5 Division SP.


Military Experience: Active Army E-5, 5 years TIS, 2 years TIG and 1 deployment to Afghanistan. NCOER ratings of 1-1 as an Instructor/Standardization operator for the RQ-7B.


Awards: ARCOM, 4 AAM's and AGCM.


Selected : September 2015.


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Age: 23

GT: 123

SIFT: 54

APFT: 265

Civilian Education: None.

Military Education: WLC (Commandant's List), Air Assault School and UAV Instructor Operator School.

Flight Physical: Approved, no waiver.

Flight Experience: No manned flight hours. Over 600 total hours of flight with the RQ-7B Shadow UAV, 385 combat hours and close to 200 hours of instructor time.

LORs: O-3 Company Commander, O-5 Battalion Commander and CW5 Division SP.

Military Experience: Active Army E-5, 5 years TIS, 2 years TIG and 1 deployment to Afghanistan. NCOER ratings of 1-1 as an Instructor/Standardization operator for the RQ-7B.

Awards: ARCOM, 4 AAM's and AGCM.

Selected : September 2015.

Our stats are pretty similar in regards to scores / rank. Makes me get hope that I'll get picked up when I finally get this prk waiver in 90 days.

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Hhahhahahahahahahahhahahha.

 

Bco? Cool?

 

 

Snort. Hahahahahhahahahahaaa

I know this is an old post but when I left Rucker a few months ago they were requiring everyone to write a memo to turn in with their leave form to explain why they want to take leave haha

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I know this is an old post but when I left Rucker a few months ago they were requiring everyone to write a memo to turn in with their leave form to explain why they want to take leave haha

Leave AND pass.

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I know this is an old post but when I left Rucker a few months ago they were requiring everyone to write a memo to turn in with their leave form to explain why they want to take leave haha

Lets just say I have a memo saved as a doc file and the only thing that ever changes on it is the date and one sentence about where im going

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Our stats are pretty similar in regards to scores / rank. Makes me get hope that I'll get picked up when I finally get this prk waiver in 90 days.

I wish you best! Remember to constantly review your packet and have others review it as well. I felt very confident that I had a solid packet, yet intimidated by others with much higher qualifications than mine. I believe a strong resume and LORs to be the core of the packet. A high GT, SIFT and PT test are great. However, how you present yourself through eloquent writing and having recommendations with well written narratives is vital. Good luck to you, hope your waiver situation gets squared away with ease.

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Age: 18


GT: 113


SIFT: 55


APFT: 253


Civilian Education: Graduated High School in May of 2015.


Flight Physical: Complete and stamped (no waiver)


Flight Experience: no flight experience


LOR's: CW5 CWOB, two retired Army O4's, AF O3 Pilot, Two high school teachers/coaches.


Selected: September 2015


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Age: 31


GT: 119


SIFT: 50 (Feels like I completely bombed it)


AFPT: 292


Civilian Education: B.S. Homeland Security GPA-3.7, A.A.S. Avionics Technology GPA N/A (Community College of the Air Force), A.A.S. Military Technology Leadership GPA: 3.7


Military Education: Airman Leadership School, Electronic Principles School, Intermediate Avionic Systems Course


Certifications: FAA FAR61 PPL Ground Course, FCC Ground Radio Operators License


Flight Exp: 11 hours fixed wing (Cessna 172)


LOR: Maj. Squadron Commander (F15 Maintenance), Col. Group Commander (F15 Maintenance), Lt Col F15E Pilot (Director of Ops), Lt Col HH-60 Pilot (56th Rescue Squadron Commander) CW5 (G3/G4 Stand Pilot)


Military Exp: SSgt USAF F15 Intermediate Avionics Technician, 4.5 years TIS, 9 months TIG


Waivers: None



Selected September 2015


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Age: 22

GT: 126

SIFT: 61

APFT: 279

Civilian Education: Bachelor's Degree in International Business with Minor in German (graduation in May 2016)

Flight Experience: none

LOR's: Dean of Students, former boss, and professors

Military Experience: none

Civilian Experience: none

Waiver: None


I feel that I am a pretty strong candidate even though I am on the civilian side, but from every one else's opinions how competitive am I? Is having LOR's from service members or government officials crucial?

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Not to be a dick but this particular thread is for selected applicants so people can quickly scan their stats. Discussion and stats of those not yet selected would ideally go in the NOV board thread or your applicable anticipated month. Just to cut down on extra stuff in here.

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Wrong thread, cofranc. This thread is for selectee stats. The monthly board threads will provide the feedback you seek.

 

EDIT: Lindsey beat me to it.

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No worries. In fact it's probably good this conversation stays up so other people know too.

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If you recently been selected, please post your stats here for all to see

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Selected January 2016. 58% AD selection.

 

Age: 31

SIFT: 73

GT: 131

APFT: 241(weak)

Rank: PO1/ AT1; 7 years time in service

Civilian Education: BS Kinesiology

Military Education: Aviation Electronics Technician "A" School, Master Training Specialist, Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS), Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocate

MOS/Experience: P-3C Orion- work center supervisor, collateral duty inspector, qualifier for all support equipment and plane handler operations, safety rep, quality assurance rep. Currently an instructor for "A" school.

Flight Physical: no waivers.

LOR: O-4 Officer in Charge (Comp Comm); O-6 CO; CWO5 Training Officer.O-4 and O-6 are aviation maintenance and CWO5 is aircrewman.

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