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NAVAIR Reserve Program (NRP) and DCO opportunities: AEDO & AMDO

M.L.T.

New Member
Ah, false alarm. I’m one of the AMDO applicants and my recruiter confirmed no news on that front yet. Will keep those fingers crossed.
 

LT Rich Santos

Officer in Charge, TAOC Orlando, NTAG Jacksonville
results are out! There were two selections and I wasn’t one of them. Better luck to the other hopefuls around here!
Don't knock yourself - AEDO/AMDO is in my opinion the toughest program to get selected for. Historically I have seen 2 AMDO/2 AEDO selections per 60 applicants nationwide annually.
 

zachlaird4

Stand By!!!!..... FIRE!!!
I'm glad I found this forum. I am thinking about applying to RC AEDO later this year or the first board in FY22. Looks like I already need to beef up my application.

Question though. I have searched and searched with little to no luck. Does the reserves not care about OAR scores when applying? Every program letter I have looked at in comparison to its AD counterpart, it doesn't list the need of a OAR/ASTB score.
 

exNavyOffRec

Well-Known Member
I'm glad I found this forum. I am thinking about applying to RC AEDO later this year or the first board in FY22. Looks like I already need to beef up my application.

Question though. I have searched and searched with little to no luck. Does the reserves not care about OAR scores when applying? Every program letter I have looked at in comparison to its AD counterpart, it doesn't list the need of a OAR/ASTB score.
Correct it is not the OAR or ASTB that is looked at for DCO but it is the work experience, in general they like to see around 10 years of work experience, of course some will have less, some will have more and there are some other factors as well.
 

zachlaird4

Stand By!!!!..... FIRE!!!
Correct it is not the OAR or ASTB that is looked at for DCO but it is the work experience, in general they like to see around 10 years of work experience, of course some will have less, some will have more and there are some other factors as well.
Ok Awesome. Did not know how that worked. I took the ASTB back in 2018 and got a decent OAR score.

Well I don't have 10 years of engineering experience.. yet. I only have 6 but I'm optimistic (may be one of my downfalls haha)

How often are the boards? Twice a year?
 

exNavyOffRec

Well-Known Member
Ok Awesome. Did not know how that worked. I took the ASTB back in 2018 and got a decent OAR score.

Well I don't have 10 years of engineering experience.. yet. I only have 6 but I'm optimistic (may be one of my downfalls haha)

How often are the boards? Twice a year?
from what I saw they are once per year in April, if you search you can probably find the thread from this year and find the stats of those selected recently.
 

zachlaird4

Stand By!!!!..... FIRE!!!
from what I saw they are once per year in April, if you search you can probably find the thread from this year and find the stats of those selected recently.
So I found the Excel with the board dates. What is the difference between "probord" & "DCO Proboard".
 
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