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IWC Board 28JUN21

sarioujr

New Member
I should also mention that IWC boards are a bit unique, pretty much on each board someone will get picked for a designator they didn't apply for, you could have a person that applies for CW but is picked for IP, so while you applied for SWO-Intel as long as you were sent to board they would look at your application and if they like you they will pick you for something.
I actually didn't apply for SWO-Intel I think that was someone else. I applied IP #1 and SWO-IP #2.
 
It may have been last month? maybe it was May?

Either way SWO-Intel results would have been released with the rest of the Intel results as they are the ones who make the call.

The SWO-Intel designator when created was initially said to be a way for USNA and NROTC graduates to have a path to Intel while still getting their SWO pin, they created the PA and selected a few when it was initially put out, but from then on SWO-Intel was no longer listed as having a quota for OCS.
This is kinda piddly, but do you know what impact someone declining selection for one designator would have on subsequent applications for a different designator? I am truly only interested in Intel and curious what turning down a hypothetical ProRec for IP would do to my chances. (I know multiple individuals who have been Pro Rec'd for IP after applying for a separate IWC designator, but none of them declined).
 

exNavyOffRec

Well-Known Member
This is kinda piddly, but do you know what impact someone declining selection for one designator would have on subsequent applications for a different designator? I am truly only interested in Intel and curious what turning down a hypothetical ProRec for IP would do to my chances. (I know multiple individuals who have been Pro Rec'd for IP after applying for a separate IWC designator, but none of them declined).
It would essentially kill your chances.
 

Error

New Member
No results yet. Might end up on terminal leave by the time they post.

Unfortunately, I received a job offer with a salary I can't turn down. Would be interesting to know if I did make it though.
 

ETone

New Member
Any whispers of selectees being released? Seemed about this time two weeks ago the Intel list was discovered over the weekend.
 

Bigg

Pro Rec IP
Any whispers of selectees being released? Seemed about this time two weeks ago the Intel list was discovered over the weekend.
If it takes the same amount of time as the INTEL board, results will be posted around the 13th of August. However, DoD has had some changes since the INTEL results came out, specifically in regard to Covid. The Delta variant spike may cause some sort of change in regard to the release date of the information.

That doesn't change the fact that I check for results at least once a day lol. As an additional point, your OR (if you're a civilian) or your CoC (if you're active duty) will likely have your results before they're publicly available.
 

exNavyOffRec

Well-Known Member
If it takes the same amount of time as the INTEL board, results will be posted around the 13th of August. However, DoD has had some changes since the INTEL results came out, specifically in regard to Covid. The Delta variant spike may cause some sort of change in regard to the release date of the information.

That doesn't change the fact that I check for results at least once a day lol. As an additional point, your OR (if you're a civilian) or your CoC (if you're active duty) will likely have your results before they're publicly available.
It shouldn't at all, many boards are remote, everyone at NRC can work remote, it just takes time to find OCS classes.
 

aabbo005

Member
Just got word from my OR that the CW/IP/OceanO board has adjourned, but results have not yet been published. Hoping for early next week.
 
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