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FY-16 LDO/CWO Procurement Selection Board Discussion

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It still bothers me that one 641 quota went unfilled last board.

A birdie told me I didn't make it last year because I didn't have enough years in.  Hopefully another year under my belt and they will change their mind. 

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Do you remember how long it took last year for the precepts to come out after the board started?  I thought it would be out today.

I believe they came out the next day after the board convened. I will be surprised if they come out today.

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A birdie told me I didn't make it last year because I didn't have enough years in.  Hopefully another year under my belt and they will change their mind.

12-14 years seems to be the sweet spot. Most selectees fall within this year groups. They always select 1 or 2 "future Captains" with 8-9 years TIS.

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When FY-16 officially begins i'll be sitting at 12yrs 3months...did everything i could do to improve over the year...followed up my SOY eval with a  #1 of 49 assigned...LPO of 63 Sailors...finished up all PPME courses including Officer PME...President of the FCPOA...CMEO...Command JSOY/BJOY Chairman.  I have decided that i am not going to stress over it this year like last year.  I did every single thing i could imagine to make myself a marketable candidate and now it's in God's hands. 

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What would you say is the sweet spot for CWO?  First time applying for 741X.  I didn't see a trend from the names last year that were selected.

17-20 for 741. I would not be eligible for 741 till the FY18 board. If I don't select for 641 this time, I will have 2 more shot and then I will fall into 741 territory.

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Making 5 less 641X than last year.  But I'm stoked about who is on the board though.

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Me too. The membership baffles me. 2 CWO4, 1 LCDR, and 1 CDR. This CDR seems to seat every board. I immediately recognized his name.

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741 has been looking pretty good as compared to previous cycles. It looks they are leaning more towards Warrants than LDOs. 741 used to have only about 3 or 4 quotas when 641 had like 30 or 35.

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How many times have you applied? What would you like to know? Are you a Submariner?

This is my first time applying. No, I am not a submariner. I am stationed aboard the arleigh burke. Just looking for any insight that you or anyone else may want to share about the board process as you know it. Thanks

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Decent numbers for the Engineers this year, 26 LDO and 19 CWO.  This is my last year able to apply for LDO (with a waiver) and I was also able to apply for CWO (14 years and 3 months).  I like that they are looking for those with ATG experience, that is going to help me out a little bit!  Good luck to all.

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