Posted on Oct 3, 2018
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I entered the Military as a E-1 and was wavered to E-2 at the end of Basic. A couple months after moving to my first PDS I was wavered to E-3. Am I eligible to receive another waiver from PFC to SPC or is there a total cap on amount of waivers I can receive . Any information would be appreciated.
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AR 600-8-19 can answer your question.
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Thank You SSG (Join to see) I am currently reading through the regulation trying to find it.
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AR 600-8-19 ENLISTED PROMOTIONS AND REDUCTIONS
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Thank You SFC Stephen King I am currently reading through the regulation trying to find it.
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SGT (Join to see) a good idea also a good idea to talk with your leadership squad leader 1st
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SFC Stephen King Of course well noted. I figured with it being early in the morning and the random question I would ask on here first.
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Don't rush it. Sit back and enjoy being a PFC for a while. you'll make SPC, get stuck being in charge of a bunch of knuckle-headed PVTs on crappy details and still be stuck sitting around waiting for TIS to be eligible for E5 anyway and that extra $200/month for a couple of months isn't worth the extra hassle. At least that was my experience. I left basic as an E3 (due to college credits) and made E4 BTZ 4 months later, then spent 30 months as an E4 waiting on TIS before I was eligible for E5. Because I was a "hard-charger", I got put in charge of every detail that came along.
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That's an easy fix sir. Go to ranger school, come back and your unit doesn't screw you over at all haha
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