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Being selected as an SNA or SNFO process?

Discussion in 'Marines (USMC)' started by Mxdamien, Feb 16, 2017 at 6:33 PM.

  1. Mxdamien

    Mxdamien New Member

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    I took the ASTB today and got 6s across the board. While they meet the standards I know they aren't that high. Now when it comes to actually assigning people into either the SNA or SNFO, what is the selection process? Is it something done at tbs and if so what factors go into assigning someone in one pipeline versus the other? Or do they determine who goes where based on your performance at API +? Reason I ask is I really want to get an SNA slot and make sure I do everything on my end right that gives me the best chance.
    Thanks everyone
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  2. RUFiO181

    RUFiO181 Making Recruiting Great Again

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    OMFG ask your recruiter. He or she knows these questions.
     
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  3. Duc'-guy25

    Duc'-guy25 Active Member

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    You'll apply as a SNA or SNFO with your PLC package (aka you'll know before you sign on the dotted line). Not many SNFO contracts are given out these days. Please use the search function or ask your OSO these questions prior posting. The knowledge is out there my friend, and you should take the initiative to seek it out the simple questions on your own. Good luck.
     

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