Discussion in 'Navy OCS' started by Aircrew Instruc, Aug 13, 2006.
we can just do it here. you first! haha
Where are they?????
he put it in another thread. lets just do it here, easier.
applying for SNA, SNFO
Penn State double major in Info Science and Tech, French. 3.56
currently in tech consulting.
OAR 59, 7/7/7
LORs from Profs/dean, CDR USN, others,
no flight experience
Ok, just didn't want the forum moderator getting bad at me..
Applying for BDCP SNA, SNFO, Spring 2008 graduation
Aviation Major Current 3.2
PPL 55 hours
previous 1 year NROTC
OAR 55 8/7/7
Great LORs, Navy O-6, O-5, Prof,Fight Instructor
Great leadership experience in Sea Cadet program
No PRT yet
Come on don't be shy...
Navy AW1 (AW/NAC) 13 years service. Applying for SNA SNFO
3.79 GPA Human Resource Mgmt
Officer interviews done by O-6,O-5,O-4
LOR's O-6 (Pentagon) O-5 (CO OCS) O-5 (CO VT-10)
ASTB 6/6/5 52
2200 P-3 Flight Hours as an Aircrewman
All Outstanding Highs on PRT's
Currently an Aircrew/NMT Instructor in Pcola in charge of 200 students
Wow, this would be interesting to see what happens when you make the board and show up for "training" at OCS!
If you are selected, your travel will be something like $0.50? Of course, the big question would be: should you get your jabbs in beforehand with the DIs, because you know you're going to be singled out anyway :icon_tong
applying for SNA
Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering 2.87
OAR 79, 9/9/9
LORs from Bosses, mentors and coaches,
51 TT ppl
1 hour helo flight
A License Skydiving
2.5 years of work structural/thermal design and analysis on satellites and aircraft antennas. Currently design and analysis on propulsion/thermal systems for helos.
Knowledge of Russian and German
Yeah I unfortunately I work directly across the street from OCS so ALL of the DI's know me or of me so I'm $crewed LOL
27 year old strapping young man
prior enlisted-6.5 yrs active duty Navy- IS2 (SW)
B.A. in History 2.86 GPA
54 6/7/7 ASTB
PPL with Instrument -178 hours
Applying SNA only
I think you should start walking by and make random comments to no one in particular about the Corps and their mothers. That should stir the pot pretty well. :tongue2_1
Applying for SNA OCS Only - Ready to go last month!
Finance and Accounting Major BBA - 3.1
Masters of Aero Sci. MSA - 4.0 (So Far)
CFI/CFII - 350+ Hours; Commercial Multi/Single Instrument, High Performance and Complex
OAR 54 7/8/7
7 LOR's: US Congressman - Washington State(Friend), Retired AF Major/Pilot, AF 1st Lt/F-15 Pilot, Retired USMC Pilot, Boss, Close Family Friend and Former CEO, Flight Instructor
Tons of Leadership and Volunteer in College: Senate, Special Olympics, Fraternity and Greek Council, Red Cross and Civil Air Patrol
PRT: 10:15 1.5 Mile, 65 Pushups and 75 Sit-ups
Still waiting on the Pro-Select, first board
Man, you guys making my dick feeling small...
7/7/8 56 OAR
BS Biology University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3 LOR; 0-7 Former Swim Coach, 0-5(ret.)/Professor of Air Power, and Previous Boss.
No PRT but push ups will be my downfall and running my savior.
:watching3 No dont worry, your uh--scores are at the high end of whats considered normal... :watching3
Applying for SNA
7/7/7 - 50
Recent Graduate from University of Central Florida - 3.2 gpa
Crap load of LOR's - All good
Varsity swimming and water polo - State Champion
Private Pilot's License/High perfomance complex/sea plane/working on Inst./120 total flight hours
If accepted - 3rd generation naval aviator
Think I've got a shot?
Wait, my father is Blackhawk pilot...does that help?
was fun! I can only hope today brings the relief we have all been waiting for!! I hate to spend another weekend pacing the floor over this. I would just really like to know if the JULY board ever met, shouldn't be that hard of a question!
Billthrill1, Hope you aren't waking up with too bad a hang-over.
Aircrew Instruc, Hope this timing thing doesn't mess up your chances.
To everyone good luck!!:icon_tong
Bluenose, you actually think we're going to hear today? I highly doubt it (don't get me wrong, I would love to be surprised with a call). I'm thinking we will have heard the results by mid-nextweek.
My 2nd time applying and my stats are as follows:
Applying for SNA only
8/8/9 - 59
Aerospace Admin major w/ minor in Entrepreneurship- 3.2 gpa
Graduating December 2006 from MTSU
LOR's: O-6 test pilot, O-6 F-18 driver, O-6 CO of NROTC, O-4, and a few other previous employers
45 total flight hours
Leadership- High School Swim Coach
Hoping to be 3rd generation naval aviator
Best of luck to everyone because I know I will be needing it.
I too am hoping to be a 3rd generation naval aviator. Do you think it helps to have that as part of your credentials? Having family history has to help. Right?
It sure can't hurt..unless you're Pete Mitchell!!
Eh, beat me to it.
Happy Birthday, Bill. arty_125
When I initially asked my recruiter when the results would come in, he said it could be around 6 weeks. What's the deal with that!? Is the 6 weeks for those waiting on a "no" letter. From what it sounds like, we should hear back really soon?
Any comments appreciated.
Applied: June 31
ASTB: OAR 60 6/7/6
3.2 GPA Business
It sounds like he was planning on having your packet sent in for the August Board to review. that just happened/is happening (depending on who you ask... it was either thursday or today). My recruiter told me that he should receive his results early next week if there are no snags. either way, you will probably know whats going on a week from now.
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