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I've heard DCA spots, especially on the fixed wing side will be VERY hard to come by, if not impossible. Only an unsubstantiated rumor....probably not what you were looking to hear.
No, that isn't what I wanted to hear. I was hoping DCA would be part of the plan to save the CG some money.I've heard DCA spots, especially on the fixed wing side will be VERY hard to come by, if not impossible. Only an unsubstantiated rumor....probably not what you were looking to hear.
So for those of us with wings+8, to get a waiver you go all the way through the application/interview process before the board decides if they'll give you a waiver?The requirement is ten years or less of prior service. If you have more, it will depend on the board. Sometimes they grant waivers and other times they don't. Also, If you are a commissioned officer the highest pay grade you will enter the Coast Guard is an an O-2.
Getting official Coast Guard message traffic from a non-Coastie website, Spanky? You're dangerous!Is this really that hard for you to grasp? That is the official internet releasable site for CG messages and until it is there we aren't supposed to post messages to the internet. It is really as simple as that. Do people do it? Sure, but we aren't supposed to. Is it a stupid rule? Maybe, but it is still a rule so I follow it. What other rules do you simply choose not to follow because you think they are stupid?
But, that still isn't the point you fail to grasp. The information that is being sought will only come out from one source, CGMS. From there, it will slowly disseminate to other sites. However, it will show up first on CGMS so if you want it as soon as it comes out, check CGMS. You wanted to know when/where the results are published. The only place they are guaranteed to be published is on CGMS. They are then copied and pasted on other sites as those on the sites happen to find it. So no guarantee they will be posted anywhere else.