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  1. I like your positive attitude. Keep your chin up. Believe me, I know exactly how you feel, as many of us do. But don't sell yourself short by saying that you guess your record wasn't up to par. It is just as likely that there was some simple mistake or something missing than it being you not performing at the optimum level. Those mistakes and things are easy to overlook, especially when you are left on your own, which it sounds like might be the case for you. I highly recommend breaking out a copy of the board precepts, read it, read it again, and read it again until you are well versed in it. Print out a copy so you can highlight it and make notes. Then go back through your record with a fine tooth comb to see if you missed anything or fell short in one area or another. Pay particular attention to your continuity report in BOL. That one got me one year because I didn't check it, and come to find out, it showed I had a one-day gap in between two consecutive evals. Also, I've never been a recruiter, so I don't know how it works, but I'm sure there are times when all of you from the region meet up. If so, try to arrange ahead of time to get with as many of the Chiefs as you can and have them look through your record too. It is always a good idea to have a second, third and fourth set of eyes looking through it. Stay focused, stay positive, and keep bringing high quality recruits in to our Navy!
  2. Non-Selectee, been eligible 4 years in a row now. All I can say is there are some hard charging CM1's out there to get beaten out, well, at least 8 of them based on quotas (Plus the CM1 who was meritoriously advanced as the SOY for the Reserves... BZ). Can't wait to see the list.... FY2013 and FY2014 SOY at the NOSC 2.5 years as Det AOIC Warfare qual and 9502 NEC Excellent High's on PFA, security clearance good, no negative marks or actions. EP evals, sustained superior performer EP as an IA during 11 month mob (Also had AOIC, LPO, 3MA, Work Center Sup titles) within board eval review time-frame BS degree, and 8 of 10 classes finished towards my MBA with a Human Resources emphasis. Volunteer service w/ various groups (No MOVS medal, I guess that's a negative) Civilian job responsibility (supervise 300 employees) and elected as the company VP of it's Armed Forces Network. All I can do is press on, work on a Volunteer medal, maybe get some additional 3M quals. Next cycle I'll be done with my MBA. I could have scored higher on my test, too, so I will work on that too. 10 more years before HYT, so I can't be too negative... I'll just celebrate the CM's who made it, I am sure I know many of them!
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