You'll hurt your mind if you start trying to figure out the "why" and "how" in Navy recruiting.But if that were the case, how are there three more boards remaining for the year?
NotedYou'll hurt your mind if you start trying to figure out the "why" and "how" in Navy recruiting.
NRC can have as many or as few boards as necessary. You can't know what FY they are looking to fill in a given board or how many they will select. The number will fluctuate. Keep in mind, just because x number select, doesn't mean they will all make it through OCS. When those attrites occur, there is still a need to replace those seats.
I always smile a bit, as folks argue on these forums on the selection process, finally get the PRO-Y, then not being prepared when they actually ship to OCS.
In addition to what @subreservist said officer commissionings go off of being commissioned in the FY, so the last FY 21 commissions will go to ROM on June 20th and start OCS July 4th in order to be commissioned by Sept 30th to be FY 21. In reality with this board given the time it takes from "board start date" (if they actually start on that day), until NRC is done with all the QA checks and finding OCS dates for people will make it difficult for anyone to actually be FY 21, possible but difficult.But if that were the case, how are there three more boards remaining for the year?
I'm also wondering when do the results come out if the board convenes on april 12? I tried looking for the date in this thread but couldn't find itAnyone know the earliest potential OCS dates for this board? Just want to know if I need to aim to adjust my working and living situation in case of a Pro-Rec Y.
Ah I thought i saw a paper in one of the threads with the dates of submission due date, date of board convening, and date the results come out for each board. Thanks for your response man.The last board was just under a month. The current IWC board is sitting at 6 weeks without results. It depends.
NRC won't give a date for results released because the date the board convenes is "flexible".Ah I thought i saw a paper in one of the threads with the dates of submission due date, date of board convening, and date the results come out for each board. Thanks for your response man.