Posted on Jan 13, 2015
PO3 Jack Of The Dust
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For enlisted to officer I know that there is a website and a instruction on how to do so, but I think real life experience from and officer who's sat a board would greatly help those who are enlisted and want to go officer out. I myself would like to know as well
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MAJ Ken Landgren
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For me it was like a job interview with lots of non-tactical questions like what did you like your previous job, how did you improve the organization, did you have a disagreement with your boss. The big question is why did I want to become a US Army Officer? You need to answer this question with a lot of confidence while hitting key points. In fact I am adamant that you write an essay with that topic to prepare you.
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PO1 Glenn Boucher
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PO3 Samantha Fergus, you probably already looked at the various programs on the Navy websites so I am certain you are a bit familiar with what to do.
As for advice, seek out the CWO's or LDO's at your base and ask them if you can talk to them about they steps they took to be where they are at now.
You will never know unless you ask and I am willing to bet there are several CWO's and LDO's available who would be more than willing to assist you.
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CMDCM Gene Treants
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What are you really looking for PO3 (Join to see)? There are many different programs you could apply for and many different areas you might be looking for information about. Your question seems a little vague and might be better if you are more specific about what you want to know.
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