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I just had some questions about in processing once I get to Rucker. I'm active duty Enlisted PCSing for WOCS, I am in WOCS class 15-019 so I start 08 July, but my orders state to report 28 June. That's fine, I just need to know if I report directly to the Career College or do I need to go to the Cribbins Soldier Service Center? Anyone down there or have some insight I would greatly appreciate the help.

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I can't remember what they did first. I was tdy for wocs then pcs back for pipeline. I didn't inprocess the post until 1st wocc sent me with my class. If you are pcsing here prior to wocs and don't need housing for your family then just go straight to 1st wocc I assume...

If any doubt I'd imagine you could check in at 1st wocc and ask. I'm sure it happens every class

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When you arrive at Rucker, you will sign in at WOCS. They will give you an inprocessing date. If you are TDY and return, you will stay in the barracks until school starts. If you are PCS, then you should seek housing before hand. If you plan to move your family after WOCS then you will get permissive TDY after and have 10 days to find a house. You arrive 10 days early in order to I process post which only takes two days.

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Thanks for that information, my question is since I'm moving my family after wocs during my permissive tdy, where will I stay until school starts seeing as though I am a pcs to Rucker and don't have a home, will I be allowed to stay in the barracks until school starts

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When you report to WOCS Staff duty, they will assign you a room in the barracks. You will stay there during in-processing and then you will move barracks when you start day 0 of WOCS. This is the day you do your APFT. If you pass you move, if you fail you stay there until the next class.

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Day Zero really isn't that bad. No matter how good you are as a class, you will still get messed with. Just make sure you come physically fit. A lot of people get out of shape waiting to come. We have 9 APFT failures on day 0.

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I have a question for those already in flight school, what are the extra pay that you receive while you are in flight school, I've looked it up and seen different answers, would I receive aviation incentive pay as well as hazardous duty pay, or only one of those?

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