Posted on Sep 28, 2016
SSG(P) Intelligence Analyst
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SSG(P) (Join to see) You will move from "X Company" to "E Co" when you get pinned.
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Have you been to SLC? You won't even get pinned if you haven't had SLC for one thing. Secondly, if it wasn't your senior PSG, the 35L... I wouldn't trust that information.
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SFC (Join to see) - Nope, no SLC yet, which means I can't actually promote yet. Branch manager for 35P said that after I MOSQ as a P, I'll get a new sequence number, unless my sequence number as a F comes up before qualifying as a P. So my last remaining bit of uncertainty is - If my sequence number as a fox comes up before I'm MOSQ as a P, am I then considered as having hit that gate and just promote after SLC, or would I still get a new sequence number? Seems like that would make more sense
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SLC for 35F/35P is the same, you have an advantage as a 35F because 35CMF revolves around 35F. We had a 15Q in our company that had SLC and pinned before he DLPT'ed. I also have never heard of getting another sequence number, but your branch manager should know more than me. In my opinion, stick with 35F, get the language and drop the signal package. Look at their promotion rate, and where the MOS is going.
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Yeah, I've thought of this, but I'm not sure how to get out of the second stage of the training and the subsequent reclass. I think I may just let it happen (I've got a bonus coming upon award of the MOS as well), and then a little later put in a 4187 to revert back to Fox.
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Hello sergeant I'm a 35 fox recruit headed to boot camp in February and a few moths after that to huachuka for ait. What are some good things about the job and some bad?
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