Different board, different board members, different process after selection, your best bet would be to have your recruiter look you up in the system for any status change.Hi all. AEDO DCO applicant here. Can anyone on this thread tell me if those results may be nearing publication? I think AD AMDO boarded the same day as AEDO DCO (9APR21). I'd try to check myself, but as a lowly government contractor my badge won't let me access the MPT&E Portal.
Thanks in advance
Thank you for your reply, I appreciate it. I take the OAR next week, hopefully that goes well. I know the waiver stuff will be an uphill battle but, I'll be in the same place I'm in today if the waivers get denied. I'd rather try and put the work in than always wonder.You have a few hurdles and the OAR is the first one and the easiest to knock out, once that is done start working on your application and get the medical physical done.
There are a few here that can talk about the TIS waiver, the concern I have about your waiver is that by the time you would be commissioning it would be around 12.5 years which is 4.5 past PA max, the approved waiver will allow you to be seen by the board and then the board will determine if it will be accepted.
The medical waiver for someone on really depends what it is for (we don't need to know), when you have the commissioning physical done it will go to NRC medical for review, they will determine if the condition will allow you to be commissioned. The common misconception is that if a person is allowed to serve in all aspects as enlisted they can be commissioned, that is not the case. There have been several circumstances where a person was not cleared for commissioning but allowed to continue to serve enlisted. The board does not review medical and this is a call made before the board meets.
It will be work for you but may as well see if you can get to board.