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    Haven't had a chance to check in... THE STREAK IS OVER!! I got the S!!!!
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    That was weird. It was saying I was suspended for awhile so I couldn't log on. I figured it was because I kept pressing F5 and @Tony got mad haha. Anyway...I GOT THE "S"!!!!!!!!
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    Ok, so I would like to share some gouge I got last year. Let me give you a brief background on me so that this makes sense. Two commands ago I left as the #2 EP (periodic) in my command. I had been an extremely successful LPO in three different positions during my time there. My duty was shore based, but I was deployable. I was very successful on my deployments and was a division chief at a MALS unit overseas in Japan. I had been attending college for 5 years and at the time was 6 or so classes away from my bachelors. Career counselor, lots of volunteerism, Joint service, 7 NAMs, well above CO's average with normal upward progression with sustained superior performance. I then transferred to Recruiting Duty where I flew out the gate as the Rookie Recruiter of the year, then LPO of a recruiting station the following year. I had all the blocks I had the opportunity to check filled with a few that I still had plans to pursue when offered the opportunity. My evals were solid. About 50 chiefs looked at my evals and had little to no critiques. I got the "N" last year and about went through the roof. I ended up contacting a Master Chief who had sat the board and sent in my package to him to review and tell me where I went wrong. He said, number one, that he wished there were more quotas and that it was extremely difficult to rack and stack. He said that having to move a person worthy of Chief to the no select pile was one of the hardest things he had ever had to do, but that it was a necessity. He began to tear my package apart, which really pissed me off, by asking a thousand questions about it. He asked... Why don't you have your MOVSM when you have all this volunteerism? It was all documented, I didn't know I needed it if it was already there. Why don't you have a degree with all of this college in your record? I had to switch to a BS due to degree completion timeline requirements at my school. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? Why didn't you have this qual at this command? I was deployable and my command wouldn't support it because I could leave at any time. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? I didn't see PPME in your record. Why? I haven't got to that yet, it is on my list of things to do. Why weren't you the division LPO? Again, I was deployable, so I was unable to hold that position. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? Why weren't you in QA? Deployable. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? These were just a few of the questions that were asked, but they went on and on... This is what I lost... I missed out on 10 or so points for a MOVSM that would have taken me a whole hour to write and route. I missed out on 10 or so points for an associates degree by skipping it and going for my BS. I missed out on points for quals I was ineligible to get. I missed out on 10 or so points for PPME because PPME is worth the same as an Associates Degree!!! This is what I learned... If I had written in my LTB the reasons for all of this I would have received points and then some. Let me splain... If I would have explained the issue with the college, I may have received points and possibly more because I was so close to my BS. I should have sent in my transcripts with an explanation. If I would have explained the qual issue, I would have probably received more points for my other accomplishments that I did do because I was unable to do the things they were looking for. Finally, it's all about the points. Sadly, they "grade" your package. This means that they assign a point value for everything that they find and deduct points for negative things they find. Unfortunately, they are bound by these rules. Even though I was super successful leading, mentoring and guiding Sailors; I had an impact everywhere I went; I worked on personal and professional development, the points got me in the end. So I saw people on the list that I knew, that did not work as hard for their Sailors and their Command as I did, get picked up for Chief. Even though I slaved countless nights working on my degree, it was for not in the end. Let me be clear. I am not crying. I picked myself up, dusted off and began to address the issues he brought up. I always told myself that I wouldn't be that guy who had 100 quals and did nothing with them, well I threw that theory out the window. I got my MOVSM, PPME, Addressed the issues in the LTB, accomplished other things and left my recruiting command as the #3 (periodic). I hope I make it this year, but if I do not, I know that it isn't because I am not deserving of Chief, it is because I didn't attain enough points to be competitive enough. It's about points points points. Get everything you can. Explain things in your record. Don't worry about sending in too many enclosures or that your LTB explains too much. In a nutshell, anything you think would count as points, or if you want them to see it, or know why about something, include it in your LTB. This may be redundant for most of you, but it was an eye opener for me. I hope this helps someone...
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    Oooo I love this topic. In one breathe, we are preaching that time in service isn't a determinant in being a good sailor. The next is bashing <12 year Chiefs. Highly ironic if you ask me. If you think you having nothing to learn from a person because they have less time in than you, then you are largely mistaken. This is regardless of rank. By assuming you know better than a board of MCPOs, the senior officers chairing the board, the flag that signs off on the selections, the mess that ranked and initiated them, and even the CO who signed their eval to get them there in the first place is pure arrogance. Leadership is the biggest factor for selection, if you don't have it, it doesn't matter how many MOVSMs or JPMEs you have. Most, if not all, Chiefs credit their anchors to their troops and by implying they haven't earned them, degrades every sailor who helped them get there. I was initiated with a 6 1/2 year chief and 19 year chief, both are stellar leaders who earn their anchors everyday.
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    Everyone can now resume hitting refresh on your browsers all day. Good luck!
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    Looks like I made it...I got the "S"...AOC(SEL)!!!!!!! I owe a lot to this forum...thank you for all of the help!!!! Congrats to the others that were selected!!!!
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    That's not a shipmate, that's a douche. Sadly the world is full of toxic people who try to build themselves up by tearing you down. I'm an 18-year first who's been up for Chief since 2005. And you know what? I'm awesome! I'll be awesome if I make Chief, and I'll be awesome if I don't. It sounds like you've done a great job at being awesome yourself.
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    I have official confirmation from my Chief that he's sick and tired of me pestering him every five minutes for the last month about the results.
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    I got that "S".. ITC(SEL)!!!!
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    the board doesn't just look at all the PPMEs and so on that you have done. They also look at how many sailors you have lead and taken care of and all the numbers that come with that. Just remember you can have all the collaterals in the world but if you don't do anything with them then it doesn't mean anything. You can be an LPO or shift supervisor but how did you get to that point. Did you help your junior sailors or did you walk over people to get there. We have to look past what we have done and look at who helped us get to where we are. Off of soap box now.
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    To change the subject a little I would like to talk about humility. Recently I purchased my gold chevron's with pride. A shipmate who saw me with them said they never want to go "gold" and that by 12 years that you should be a chief. I think it is important to remember this year whether we are selected or not that everyone has a career that is different. If you make it your first time up with less than 12 years I'm happy for you, however it does not make me a bad sailor because I haven't made it. No two careers are alike, please show others respect and dignity as results come out. Others have fought for years for this chance. To the ones that are lucky that never have to know what it's like to be not selected Im happy for you, please stay humble. Take time to celebrate with fellow selects and take time to recognize the disappointment others might be having. It's important to change the culture of thinking that if you're not selected that you're a bad sailor or that you "suck". There's always a need to improve whether are you selected or not. Stay humble stay hungry and most importantly continue doing what you're doing, not to make chief but because you have pride in your work and you want to see other sailors succeeding. Lastly, I take pride in my gold chevron's . I am seasoned and I've been through a lot. My career is unlike any others but I think it's experience that helps build a leader. I love the dynamic and diverse group of people that make up the Navy, and that will one day make up the Chiefs' mess.
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    ahhhhhh feels good... just finished my SEJPME... started on monday finished the last module last night took the test this morning that check in the box is comeplete
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    Someone tell NAC they can't post anything else until they post the result schedule. Heart skips a beat every time I see a post from them.
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    Wanted to share something @Ordy posted: Ok, so I would like to share some gouge I got last year. Let me give you a brief background on me so that this makes sense. Two commands ago I left as the #2 EP (periodic) in my command. I had been an extremely successful LPO in three different positions during my time there. My duty was shore based, but I was deployable. I was very successful on my deployments and was a division chief at a MALS unit overseas in Japan. I had been attending college for 5 years and at the time was 6 or so classes away from my bachelors. Career counselor, lots of volunteerism, Joint service, 7 NAMs, well above CO's average with normal upward progression with sustained superior performance. I then transferred to Recruiting Duty where I flew out the gate as the Rookie Recruiter of the year, then LPO of a recruiting station the following year. I had all the blocks I had the opportunity to check filled with a few that I still had plans to pursue when offered the opportunity. My evals were solid. About 50 chiefs looked at my evals and had little to no critiques. I got the "N" last year and about went through the roof. I ended up contacting a Master Chief who had sat the board and sent in my package to him to review and tell me where I went wrong. He said, number one, that he wished there were more quotas and that it was extremely difficult to rack and stack. He said that having to move a person worthy of Chief to the no select pile was one of the hardest things he had ever had to do, but that it was a necessity. He began to tear my package apart, which really pissed me off, by asking a thousand questions about it. He asked... Why don't you have your MOVSM when you have all this volunteerism? It was all documented, I didn't know I needed it if it was already there. Why don't you have a degree with all of this college in your record? I had to switch to a BS due to degree completion timeline requirements at my school. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? Why didn't you have this qual at this command? I was deployable and my command wouldn't support it because I could leave at any time. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? I didn't see PPME in your record. Why? I haven't got to that yet, it is on my list of things to do. Why weren't you the division LPO? Again, I was deployable, so I was unable to hold that position. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? Why weren't you in QA? Deployable. Why didn't you write that in your LTB? These were just a few of the questions that were asked, but they went on and on... This is what I lost... I missed out on 10 or so points for a MOVSM that would have taken me a whole hour to write and route. I missed out on 10 or so points for an associates degree by skipping it and going for my BS. I missed out on points for quals I was ineligible to get. I missed out on 10 or so points for PPME because PPME is worth the same as an Associates Degree!!! This is what I learned... If I had written in my LTB the reasons for all of this I would have received points and then some. Let me splain... If I would have explained the issue with the college, I may have received points and possibly more because I was so close to my BS. I should have sent in my transcripts with an explanation. If I would have explained the qual issue, I would have probably received more points for my other accomplishments that I did do because I was unable to do the things they were looking for. Finally, it's all about the points. Sadly, they "grade" your package. This means that they assign a point value for everything that they find and deduct points for negative things they find. Unfortunately, they are bound by these rules. Even though I was super successful leading, mentoring and guiding Sailors; I had an impact everywhere I went; I worked on personal and professional development, the points got me in the end. So I saw people on the list that I knew, that did not work as hard for their Sailors and their Command as I did, get picked up for Chief. Even though I slaved countless nights working on my degree, it was for not in the end. Let me be clear. I am not crying. I picked myself up, dusted off and began to address the issues he brought up. I always told myself that I wouldn't be that guy who had 100 quals and did nothing with them, well I threw that theory out the window. I got my MOVSM, PPME, Addressed the issues in the LTB, accomplished other things and left my recruiting command as the #3 (periodic). I hope I make it this year, but if I do not, I know that it isn't because I am not deserving of Chief, it is because I didn't attain enough points to be competitive enough. It's about points points points. Get everything you can. Explain things in your record. Don't worry about sending in too many enclosures or that your LTB explains too much. In a nutshell, anything you think would count as points, or if you want them to see it, or know why about something, include it in your LTB. This may be redundant for most of you, but it was an eye opener for me. I hope this helps someone...
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    He made it! He had me going too, came home and told me all about his friends who picked up and how many were made on the ship and how pissed he was he had to stay late to do a PA setup. FIVE MINUTES of me feeling terrible for him. Then he tells me he's messed with me long enough. So excited and proud of him!!
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    Had a great mentor, in fact almost all of us that could make it made it to his retirement. Can't wait to pickup Chief and have the same photo one day myself.
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    Ok so during awards quarters today, CO put out that Chiefs results would be out next week and that we would be receiving phone calls even if we made it or not. Going with the 3rd!!
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    Another week, and still not the time of prophesy. As it is written in the ancient Chief texts: "Lo did the hopefuls creep from their dens. To navyadvancement.com did they creep. To their Chiefs did they cry out, "Now? Can we have the results now?" But it was not to be. Thus did the hopefuls scurry back to their nests, bearing witness to the eternal sadness of anticipation."
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    My Chief just busted me...he figured out who I am on this forum and saw that I've been talking about him!
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    As i read a lot of the comments, one thing that i keep seeing is the "check in the box". FCPO's focusing on SSP/PPME/JPME/USMAPS etc. Yes those things are important no doubt, but make no mistake about it, the most important factor to becoming a Chief is TAKING CARE OF YOUR SAILORS! You don't make Chief because of your accomplishments and qual's etc, you will become a Chief because of your Sailors accomplishments. Your Sailors will get you to Chief, not what you do. If leading, guiding, mentoring, and training your Sailors is not your number one priority, than you need to re-adjust quickly. Cause you won't become a Chief without them. When your Sailors succeed, you succeed as a LPO. When your Sailors fail, you fail. I am sure you all heard that a Chiefs anchors carry weight. It's because we carry the weight of every Sailor that ever worked for us, every Sailor that busted their ***** for us, every Sailor that went above and beyond for us. They are the reason we became Chiefs. My anchors belong to my Sailors just as much as they belong to me. So take a hard look at your eval's. If your eval's are talking about YOU, that's a good indication as to why you are still a FCPO. Your eval's should speak to everything your Sailors accomplished. Stop checking boxes and lead Sailors. Cause that's what Chiefs do. And don't just lead your division Sailors, you lead ALL Sailors. I tell people all the time i have two kids at home and 322,000 at work. Every Sailor is my Sailor! Good luck and i will keep all of you in my prayers. I hope you all receive that coveted "S" next month.
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    I've come to the conclusion that April the giraffe will give birth before this list comes out!
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    Please remember; the first aid station is still over by vulture's row in case anyone passes out.
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    Looks like it's typically the next day based off of last years... remember though CMC results were 10 days early this year... good luck everyone.
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    Just as a reminder. Now is a great time to work on stuff to put on your eval. and think about what to include in your letter to the board. However, don't let studying slip into the background. You can be the greatest sailor in the world. But, it does nothing to help you if you don't make board to begin with. Studying benefits you not only with the exam, but day to day operations now and after you make it.
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    NCC(SEL)!!! 4th time was the charm!
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    One quick thought on the day before selection results... the rhetoric in here is beginning to amp up. A lot of people are talking about how they will react if they don't get selected. To me this throws a caution flag in the air. I used to joke that it was a hat trick, but I know the truth. The system is fair. Very fair. We are graded on our merits, our contributions to our commands, Sailors and missions. If we are already preparing ourselves for the "N," then there is something that we are hiding. Some sort of short fall, neglect or missed opportunity in our career is probably the culprit. I will have been through this cycle 6 times come 1100 tomorrow. I used to throw hissy fits over not being selected and became cynical at times. What I can tell you helped me the most, was something my Chief told me... She said, "AO1, I know you didn't make it this year. That sucks. But you need to look at the big picture. You are almost finished with your Bachelors degree. If you serve to 20 and never make Chief, no one will know or care the rest of your life. When your shipmate says, "I have the watch," and you go and put in your job application, are you going to put down that you were a Chief? No! You are going to put down your qualifications, your bachelors degree, your management experience or whatever you have gleaned from the Navy with 20 years of honorable service to your country as icing on the cake. You need to take care of you shipmate!" I no longer look at rejection as a failure, but an accomplishment. I know it sounds silly, but I now look back at all I accomplished the year prior and look forward to what I will accomplish in the future. The Navy is great! I love it, I wish I could stay forever, but ... my shipmate will take my watch someday and all the little customs and courtesies will be a memory. I would love to make Chief. But I would also love to start another semester in College this September. Spend time with my wife and kids this summer. Get this ship ready for MPA/AMI etc... Start looking at what life is going to be like out there in the hippie civy world. I still have a lot I need to accomplish before I leave in four years and I am not going to spend a moment of it crying about something that is not a failure. Failure is quitting and I have NEVER done that. Falling short is a learning experience, not a failure and I will fall short many times in my future. Good luck to all! Especially my Ordies!!! IYAOYAS!
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    I don't think anyone is going to get much sleep tonight, the good thing about being west coast is that I don't have to wait til 11 to find out my fate.
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    The Triad method has changed things quite a bit. There is now a longer holding pattern. Before, it was like this: People would see errors I'd ask beg for more input. More people would get errors People would say that the errors had nothing to do with the price of tea in China. Results would come out, my server would crash then ,and only then, there would be peace on earth.
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    I went to a CPO package training event held by a CMC that has stood multiple boards and he brought up the "Member Data Summary" and "Enlisted Qual History" needing to be updated in our OMPF. At that time, I checked mine and saw that there was page 1 of 4 only out of the 4 pages that were supposed to be there for both of them. I had admin print out an updated copy for each of them and had it sent in around February this year. I know they say that they only update it every reenlistment, but it does me no good if it was done incorrectly. It posted the first week of June in my OMPF with all pages accounted for, updated, and good to go, just in time for the board to convene. There is a lot of important information listed in those to two items to include warfare, schools, NEC's etc.... I highly recommend everyone verifying theirs.
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    Got tired of lurking....onboard now! Hopefully good new comes to a lot of us eagerly awaiting the results.
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    ****************WARNO******************* My command said they have Intel suggesting a release tomorrow. I questioned them as to no warning msg from all hands. But they seemed to believe it. They are a small mess and not prone to mess with me. However, I'm taking it with a grain of salt. Any others hearing this?
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    It'll pick up a bit over next week, then once NAC announces the day of notifications, this thing will explode. It's awesome. Thats when @Tony has the most fun haha
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    Hang in there! Your future has already been decided and no amount of worrying is going to change what has already been foretold! Hug your family, go for a run, play a game, read a book, enjoy life. The time will come! When it does, you will wish you had done those things before the S appeared in your record! Breathe. Now exhale. Repeat. Keep doing this and eventually it will be over.
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    Got my ticket!! lets get it done! Here's to the fifth time and hopefully the last! everything out of my hands now! Good Luck to everyone. IYAOYAS
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    I remember the fy14 result hysteria started like this and went on to March 5. Tomorrow is a possibility, but don't hold your breath. Since the FTS/SELRES E8/9 selection board starts on March 6, I expect results to be out by then so that the records of selectees are shoved aside. I understand selectees have ten days from release of results to decline commission, but it would be make sense to release results before the board convenes. What I can say with 100% certainty is that the results will be out by March 15th.
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    Alright you with Dallas Cowboys hat, over there! <points to the left> And you, with the beer bong ballcap over there!! <points to the right> Now, I haven't done this in a while, but today at 5PM we're all going to start a campfire, join hands, dance in a big circle and sing Tra-la-la songs in joyish contentment while drinking some dark ale (or milk with cookies), or even that NEIIPA!!
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    Here's to hoping today is the day! Good Luck!!
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    Longtime lurker, but I felt compelled to post this. Its something a retired Brother wrote to those who did not get selected, as motivation the day after results can understandably be difficult to find, and I thought his words rather poignant: A quick message to the First Class Petty Officers who did not find their name on the FY-17 CPO Selectee list: Relax. Take a deep breath. Give yourself a moment (or two) to be disappointed. Keep your head down, and keep doing the things that you are certain are making a real difference. And, while doing them, be comforted in this: Your day will come. If you are asking "why her, and not me?," then you are asking the wrong question. Try to keep in mind that your shipmate's success is not a sign that you have somehow failed. Chances are, you had a direct hand in her success--whether you realize it or not. She'll spend the next six weeks figuring out who has been in her corner the whole time. She will learn how to pay that forward. You love the Navy--I get it. The problem for you, unfortunately, is this: the Navy doesn't "love" you back. It is a bureaucratic monolith with all of the flaws and imperfections of every system designed by humans. Despite those blemishes, the Navy is also filled with all of the beautiful quirks and bizarre moments that make serving your country such a blast. Try to seize those moments now in your disappointment--it's why they're there. The funny thing is, far more often than not, this imperfect and quirky system works really well at selecting Sailors who are ready. So, if you're waiting for the Navy to show you some affection in the shape of a fouled anchor, you'd be just as well served asking the Ford Motor Company to marry you. Anchors aren't an engagement ring; they aren't a prize for marking time or "putting up with crap." Quite frankly, that's what service stripes and Good Conduct Ribbons are for. There's no other way to say this: When you're ready for selection, you'll know. You will walk around your command wearing a uniform that begins to feel like it no longer fits; you will outgrow your rank. Commissioned Officers, senior enlisted, your peers: they will start treating you differently. This change will be palpable, if almost imperceptible. When that moment hits you, you will no longer need to ask yourself "Is this my year?" Seeing your name on the results list won't be a surprise. It will just be there. So keep your chins up if you didn't get selected this year. Your value and impact on Junior Sailors is immeasurable and vital.
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    Congrats to everyone who got the S today! Super excited to see everyone getting them after getting to know you all. @FC1THawk you've waited a long time for this...do Great things! To those who didn't get the S, keep pushing, keep learning, and stay motivated. Start studying now and get ready for the next cycle. Start scrubbing your records early. In fact for those who do not know, go the NPC website, select the Career Info tab, then select Career Toolbox, and on that page there is a Personnel Records Review checklist and many other tools that can help you review your record.
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    God is good... I finally joined this about a week ago after lurking around for about the last 2 cycles. I got the coveted "S" today. I'm so grateful as this was my second time up. First let me start by saying this....for those that weren't selected this is NOT the time to give up or throw in the towel. I've been there and I know how it feels... Not too good...but you can either let life happen to you....or you can get up and make life happen for you!! This is the time to GRIND!! Starting with preparation for the exam in January. Don't let your Sailors see you down. They feed off your energy and if they see you get back up after you fall, chances are they will do the same. Utilize the resources available. Big navy makes this easy, you have free access to all members who sat your rating panel. CONTACT them! No they can't tell you why you weren't selected but you can certainly ask for guidance and advice to help you remain competitive in your perspective rating. They truly want to help and are standing by to assist. I did it and trust me it works. They are just as eager to see you succeed as much as you want to succeed for yourself! Congrats to all those who were selected!!! God bless and let's push through the next SIX weeks
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    QMC(sel) here. 2nd time up
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    Not sure what happened, but I saw the message that my account wasn't banned (thank goodness)...just wanted to say that 343SBE is now 343 Selected...just a heads up, I PCS'd as well and my results showed up on my new command results although I took the test in California. It's 2124 here and I'm tired, going to get some rest as I was told that I would need it...not sure what that meant though
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    Hello everyone! I have been lurking here for about a week and finally decided to join. The feedback being provided is very helpful in calming me down. I'm very anxious about these results because both my husband and I are SBE. It's also nerve wracking if we both are selected because we have a daughter. Have most of the time lined up with people who can help but still have some loose ends. I'm just trying to be as prepared as possible and very "cautiously hopeful" that we both get picked up. Good luck everyone, it's really nice to see so many encouraging and motivated First Classes and excellent advice from the Chiefs Mess.
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    I went ahead and figured out some statistics for you folks. Enjoy! Previous active duty Chief Petty Officer result release dates: FY-2001, NAVADMIN 198/00 — 08/04/00 — Tuesday FY-2002, NAVADMIN 197/01 — 08/03/01 — Friday FY-2003, NAVADMIN 238/02 — 08/02/02 — Friday FY-2004, NAVADMIN 218/03 — 08/06/03 — Wednesday FY-2005, NAVADMIN 173/04 — 07/28/04 — Wednesday FY-2006, NAVADMIN 183/05 — 07/28/05 — Thursday FY-2007, NAVADMIN 221/06 — 08/04/06 — Friday FY-2008, NAVADMIN 196/07 — 08/08/07 — Wednesday FY-2009, NAVADMIN 213/08 — 08/01/08 — Friday FY-2010, NAVADMIN 230/09 — 07/31/09 — Friday FY-2011, NAVADMIN 269/10 — 08/11/10 — Wednesday FY-2012, NAVADMIN 233/11 — 08/01/11 — Monday FY-2013, NAVADMIN 232/12 — 07/31/12 — Tuesday FY-2014, NAVADMIN 193/13 — 08/01/13 — Thursday FY-2015, NAVADMIN 178/14 — 08/05/14 — Tuesday** FY-2016, NAVADMIN 184/15 — 08/06/15 — Wednesday** Release within the last 4 days of Jul: 25% Release within the first 6 days of Aug: 62.5% Release after the 7 days of Aug: 12.5% Release on a Monday: 0.06% Release on a Tuesday: 18% Release on a Wednesday: 31% Release on a Thursday: 12% Release on a Friday: 31%
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