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Pilot/NFO Board FY 19- 13 Aug 2019

buttburner69

Well-Known Member
Anyone know the time frame between Pro REC Y, class date, and FINSEL?
I hear of some people getting a few weeks from hearing back until reporting for OCS, to around 3 months, or longer if you need it for personal reasons. Varies quite a bit. But I wanna say on average it’s 3 months until going
 

papacarter

College Student
It varies by applicant / program / timing etc
Can anyone explain to me the security clearance aspect of getting your FINSEL? I called my recruiter just now and was told that I still need to get a fingerprint card (since my MEPS fingerprints expired) and sign the security forms he'll send via email before he can request my FINSEL. All this time I thought all I needed to do was wait for my FINSEL/OCS date and I hear about this now...

I thought the clearance part is done through training and that it just needs to be open/adjudicated?
 

J728

Member
Can anyone explain to me the security clearance aspect of getting your FINSEL? I called my recruiter just now and was told that I still need to get a fingerprint card (since my MEPS fingerprints expired) and sign the security forms he'll send via email before he can request my FINSEL. All this time I thought all I needed to do was wait for my FINSEL/OCS date and I hear about this now...

I thought the clearance part is done through training and that it just needs to be open/adjudicated?
I don't have much insight besides the same thing happening to me. I just had to get my fingerprints re-done at MEPS and re-sign some paperwork.
 

OperationChungus

Well-Known Member
Are there any PROREC-Y's on this board who are graduating in May (or later)?

My OR mentioned that ready-to-ship applicants may take priority over later shipping applicants, and that I may have to reapply for a board closer to my earliest shipping date (since I graduate in the spring).
 

bigbird

Biggest Bird
Are there any PROREC-Y's on this board who are graduating in May (or later)?

My OR mentioned that ready-to-ship applicants may take priority over later shipping applicants, and that I may have to reapply for a board closer to my earliest shipping date (since I graduate in the spring).
I’m on the October board and I also graduate May 2020 so I guess we will find out together!
 

Reg-A-Muffin0716

Resist, Retaliate, Press Forward!
Is anybody here keeping a rather keen tally of the selectees for both Pilot and NFO? I'm a bit confused. The spreadsheet lists a total of 41 applicants, but I believe there's like a few more.

So, how many do we have across all categories so far?
 

PhlyHigh94

Active Member
Is anybody here keeping a rather keen tally of the selectees for both Pilot and NFO? I'm a bit confused. The spreadsheet lists a total of 41 applicants, but I believe there's like a few more.

So, how many do we have across all categories so far?
I got selected SNA but I never put my name on that spreadsheet. There are a few other guys from our fb group whose usernames I don’t see on there.
 

KristenQT

Well-Known Member
Is anybody here keeping a rather keen tally of the selectees for both Pilot and NFO? I'm a bit confused. The spreadsheet lists a total of 41 applicants, but I believe there's like a few more.

So, how many do we have across all categories so far?
The board always selects more SNAs over SNFOs (almost double) but it’s always based on need of the Navy. The board has to pick a higher amount of SNAs knowing that there are platforms that don’t really have NFO (helo - in and of itself a huge community), knowing people drop out and fail pipeline, and knowing people will fail NAMI and be reassigned to NFO or another Officer designator depending on the SNA disqualification.
 
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