I was on the July Supply board as well and I just got my FINSEL letter yesterday (dated Jan 28). I am a current gov't employee with a clearance, 24 years old and healthy as an ox (literally NO health problems) and I just got my documents in. Of all of the people that I came in with I was the youngest, healthiest, and absolute last person to get all of their paperwork pushed to the right place. Moral of the story? I have learned that thing don't normally make sense in this process.
Not offended, I was just trying to confer that the process is slow and sometimes doesn't make sense. As I re-read that post I can see how I might have come off as being "big headed", however, I assure everyone that wasn't my intention. My bad everyone.Iceman,
When it comes to things like this, It is good to be a gov employee with a clearance. Just because you may be healthier and younger than the others does not constitute you being the best for the job at hand. There may be someone that is healthy(maybe not like you) and has more education/experience than you. Hopefully you are not offended, but just don't get the big head.
Chiming in!That's awesome news! Two more down with cargodog's FINSEL and Duck's COMDOC request.
I called my recruiter after last week's round of FINSELs and got some interesting insight. As he was logging into OTools to check my status I asked if he did that everyday. He said that he most definitely did not login every day because "things don't move that fast".
Who is (like me) still hearing nothing more than crickets chirping in the dark? Could you chime in for a head count?