Discussion in 'Navy OCS' started by Ray-Ban, May 2, 2012.
Did this thread get deleted?
Oh, okay. Sorry, this can be deleted then.
Why was this thread deleted?
I also was wondering that.
did someone turn it into a flame war?
No, it was at the request of one of the official recruiting command members.
Nothing to see here.
Odd request but thankfully they waited until the results were out before this.
I have been pro rec'd SWO and first let me say thank you to all of you for the insights provided. I am searching other threads trying to understand what to expect next but I still have a few questions.
1. So what now? Do we wait for it to be updated on BOL since I am AD before submitting anything? I have completed my physical and need to submit the 2807 & 2808. I already have a secret clearance so as of now this should be the only thing they are waiting on to hopefully give me that FS letter.
2. I had three minor surgeries but they were all while on AD. Do I still need to submit the surgery docs with the 2807 & 2808?
damn, my first thread that I created and it got deleted
is there any way to check for pro-rec for SWO? Did you guys just message NavyOffRec? still no news from my recruiter...
I'm not an officer recruiter but I am an hm1 who was the LPO of deployment health.
you don't need the surgery docs for a 2707 or 08 . A idc will see it it in mrrs or Alta or whatever system and go from there when they sign off the forms. You do need a current pha though and HIV test for the med hx forms though.
PM either NavyOffRec or Robb Dearth, they are both officer recruiters. Jcr1228 has the list as well. Any of those guys should be able to tell you. I actually didn't hear from my recruiter until this afternoon, even though I found out on here last night.
You can also try calling your recruiter. It seems like some of the NRDs didn't get the list until today.
I sent my OR an email around noon today. If I don't hear from him by noon tomorrow, than I'll be asking here if I'm select or non-select. Keeping my fingers crosses, I know the odds are against me.
.......or you could just wait until the recruiter calls you and gives you the news in the proper way.
As important as these board results are to you guys individually, the recruiters have a whole ton of stuff going on besides just this board.
Not everything is an emergency. Be patient. Give your recruiter a break.
Yeah that's what I did. I could tell my recruiter was excited to be able to deliver the news to me about the Pro-rec, so I'm glad I waited to find out from him as opposed to on here.
If I was a recruiter, telling someone they made it would be one of the best parts of the job for me, so I'd recommend you wait as well.
My recruiter had some fun with me this morning before telling me I was pro-rec for all three. My heart about sank into my feet. I fell for it hook, line and sinker. He it a good laugh out of it though.
I may be completely wrong fellas but I'm not sure how much we will be hearing from RobbDearth or NavyOffRec. Word on the street is that officer recruiters aren't supposed to be on here. I'm not sure if that only applies to giving results out or being on here giving advice in general. If I'm right, sorry for being the bearer of bad news. If I'm wrong, I guess we will find out when they post again.
I heard too many people through the recruiters under the bus...I guess it can go in the lessons learned for the future...
Thanks HM1! One of my surgeries was done in a civilian hospital since I am located away from any MTF's so maybe that one would not be in the records.
what happened from the email I rec'd from NRC is the list was released to non NRC members who were then giving out info not in a correct manner, they were saying "your selected" vice "pro yes" there is a difference and I sometimes slip at this as well.
This is one of the reasons I prefer to not say which NRD I belong to, because while the list is sent out via email blast to every member in NRC they don't like it published, don't tell me this doesn't make sense I already know this.
In the past I alway have people PM me to keep it private, when I saw it not being private I should have said something, but I was out of the office and by the time I saw what was going on there were many pages on this subject.
To the moderators, sorry if I was guilty of using the wrong terms causing extra work on your part.
If one of the mods wants to edit my post, feel free to remove the remark about messaging those guys(or just delete the post altogether since that's basically the whole point of it) - didn't mean to step on anyone's toes!
there should be docs supporting your surgery regardless if it was done at civilian hospital. Probably an sf 600
I talked to one of the officer recruiters, and he said an active duty sailor told his command that he was selected before the command found out about it. When asked how he found out, he dropped names from airwarriors... that in turn caused the entire debacle...I would say to watch out for your shipmate's next time...and the problem would be averted...
Still haven't heard from my OR. I understand being patient, but it seems weird that he wouldn't have a minute to send me an email telling me about the IW results when it happened a week ago. I can understand more about the SW because that's only been two days. I must plead ignorance on this subject as I have no idea how busy my OR could be and maybe he has been completely jam packed for the last week. It'd be nice to know before the weekend starts, but alas I shall continue waiting as it builds character. As Jim Carrey said in Ace Ventura Pet Detective, "If I'm not back in 5 minutes....just wait longer".
No worries at all. You guys are doing an outstanding job getting help and gouge out to the applicants. Keep it up.
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