assigning class dates, verifying current eligibility, making sure the candidate didn't accept for another designator, etc...... and they have a lot of other work to do besides after board items.What even happens between the board and when decisions are released, does anyone know why it takes about a month normally?
I saw that too. AVO board gets together on the 2ndWhat makes you say that?
That's true but if you look at the army for example, we have 18 and 19 year old warrants serving as pilots so it's not unusual, just different.I saw that too. AVO board gets together on the 2nd
A new era in Naval Aviation launches on Aug. 2 when a board will meet to select the initial cadre of Aviation Warrant Officers who will be trained to fly the new MQ-25 carrier-based unmanned aerialwww.navy.mil
I saw some news in a Navy website saying the pilot/nfo board is getting together on the 4th, but I cannot find it.
what baffles me is the fact they one would be able to "commission" as a warrant officer rightaway from being a civilian. From my Navy experience I'd argue that it is WAY harder to become a warrant (the traditional way), than it is to commission as an ensign. Idk, in some sort of way I'd feel underserving of the WO1