I would highly highly consider applying for NFO if Supply doesn’t work out. Your stats don’t really align with what the boards are looking for.I applied:
AD: MC3 (2 1/2 years)
Degree: BA in Human Resources 2.9 GPA
Interviews: 0-5 (10) x2, 0-4 (10)
LOR: 0-6, 0-5 x3
Evals: EP, EP (transfer), MP (new command)
I cant as I'm medically disqualified from jets so they won't even bother with me. I really want to fly helicopters and the Army program would be great but I cant get out of my current contract to fly Army...so I'm told.I would highly highly consider applying for NFO if Supply doesn’t work out. Your stats don’t really align with what the boards are looking for.
Good luck to you too! Your application is in, it's better to not worry about it, and let it do its thing.Greetings folks! I've applied for this board.
Degree: B.A. Business Mgmt
(No prior military service)
Good luck to everyone, I can hardly wait for results!
This isn’t the answer you want to hear, but the numbers and parameters for past and future boards is neither released nor predictable. Board members are unable to disclose any information on applicants and also cannot discuss what they’re looking for each board. Naturally to protect the integrity of the process. Each fiscal year budget can be a major factor but so can other variables, such as manning requirements within each designator/community.Does anybody happen to know what the average number of applicants are per Supply board (or how competitive in general), or how many Supply officers the Navy is looking to take on this year or historically? I'm just looking to get a better feel for my chances. I've tried searching around to find these numbers but couldn't come up with anything...The fact that I have no military background and don't understand many of the acronyms doesn't help the cause either lol. Any info helps!