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All you want to know about being a "chop" (Ask your STuPId Supply questions here)

Wiktoria

New Member
Question: does anybody know if students with families are on accompanied orders during the 27 weeks of Supply School ?
 

jwang9009

Member
Why didn't you ask any of these questions during your three interviews? A big chunk of a professional interview is to field career-specific questions about the Supply Corps community.

I've seen some interviewers give not-so-favorable remarks on the interview sheet because the applicant didn't bother asking questions even though it was encouraged. They took the interview as if the applicant just wants to "boost" his chances of getting selected and not truly experience an opportunity to talk to someone in the community for 15-20+ years.
Hello, I'm following this conversation as I am in the process of applying for a Supply Officer position. As I am going through this process, there were no interviews for me. Am I missing something that would enhance my package to the board?
 

RecruitingGuru

Making Recruiting Great Again
Hello, I'm following this conversation as I am in the process of applying for a Supply Officer position. As I am going through this process, there were no interviews for me. Am I missing something that would enhance my package to the board?
There’s a thread dedicated to what’s considered competitive for Supply.
 

ostliel

New Member
Question: does anybody know if students with families are on accompanied orders during the 27 weeks of Supply School ?
I'm curious about this as well. Found this post in an old thread from back when BQC was in Athens, not sure if the situation changed since moving to Newport.

Housing
On base housing is very limited at NSCS. Students with dependents can find out about the availability of housing by contacting the housing office. Those without dependents should expect to live off base. While they should still contact the housing office before arranging their residence, the primary service the office can offer to such students is advice on where to find housing out in town.
Also, I assume that normal BAH applies during BQC if you're living off base?
 
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