Teaching pigs to dance, one pig at a time.
Practicing. Gettin pretty good at it I think. Spreakin of crusties, I think I scared A4 away. Guess he finally realized he's no match.
Either that, or you feel safe that he won't read a thread on Supply Officer... /end threadjackSteve Wilkins said:Practicing. Gettin pretty good at it I think. Spreakin of crusties, I think I scared A4 away. Guess he finally realized he's no match.
I wasn't commenting on what supply officers should do, or don't do. As someone that hasn't gone through OCS and hasn't been in the REAL navy yet, I was merely commenting on guidelines I have read regarding the abilities of restricted line officers, such as not being able to have command at sea.Steve Wilkins said:This is hogwash. Don't be that Supply officer who doesn't want to stand watch. Pull your share of the load. And don't use that sh!t that you have to be available for HCO to get you out of the watch rotation. Non watchstanding supply officers piss me off.
Hey what goes on behind closed doors between you and Integer is your business. We don't need to know about it here.Godspeed said:I am not a cop out, nor someone that doesn't put out.
Hahaha. You knew what I meant, a$$hole. However, my phrasing could have been better.Steve Wilkins said:And I was just being preemptive. If you happen to come across something in your readings that say Supply Officers don't stand watch, it's hogwash. Don't let them indoctrinate you with that garbage.
Hey what goes on behind closed doors between you and Integer is your business. We don't need to know about it here.
The short answer is yes you can. PM for the long answer if you are still interested.I wanted to know if someone lateral transfered into Supply as an O-3, will they be at a disadvantage in their career progession? Such as opportunity of key developmental jobs before each following promotion. Coming out of school will they follow the traditional track as an 0-1 after graduating? Will they still be able to have a successful career in supply?