More than likely, if you were rejected for Warrant Officer (I’m assuming due to the fact that you can’t complete WOCS without taking the three event APFT) then you will not be selected for a direct commission. The reason being, you must still attend the Direct Commission Course and Basic Officer Leader Course to be Branch qualified. All require officers to pass a record APFT without profile. Additionally, your packet would most likely be rejected because as a current serving Soldier, they would want to see your current APFT card and all NCOER. You may need to simply accept that you’ll need to retire in three years as an NCO. Good luck.
Talking to an AMEED recruiter is your best bet however right now I would not get to excited about the possibilities. DHA is making a lot of changes and looking to slim many medical areas. If you were an RN, even those are slim unless you qualify for a specialty like ER or ICU. If you enlisted right out of HS, you would be young enough to play the waiting game if you cannot get commissioned now. Fifteen years ago a they commissioned an RN at the age of 48 with no prior service. Not happening today but that does not mean when the DHA thing settles out that you won't have more options.
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