AF July 2011 Boards - page 4

Subject: AIR FORCE JULY 2011 FULLY QUALIFIED BOARD Due Date for packages: June 28, 2011 Cut-Off Date for final changes: July 12, 2011 Board meets: July 27, 2011 Release date: August 27, 2011... Read More

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    Quote from Skopf
    So does reviewed mean considered? Do they not all get considered though? I applied for icu but told my recruiter to say I'd take anything if I couldn't have icu. Who knows if he did it or not, I have anything but impressed with him.

    Reviewed is just saying that the board is looking over your package to determine rank order. The board considers all packages that they receive from the recruiters. The board places that packages in rank order for each identifier (job), so the best most qualified candidate would be number 1 followed by each successive candidate’s package. They are then given a number of how many people are going to be picked up for each identifier (job), so let us say for example there are 100 candidates with the ER identifier, the board gets a number back that they are allowed to pick up 40 candidates, so the first 40 candidates (1-40) are selected. AFRS (Air Force Recruiting Services) is the group that selects the candidates. The selected packages are then sent to AFPC (Air Force Personnel Center) to review the assignment (location that candidate would be stationed at).

    Hope this helps,
    IowaRNBSN

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    Thanks for the info! You must have a great recruiter!! Mine originally told Kentish my waived wouldn't be approved unless I was selected. Then when he told me it was approved I asked him if that meant what I thought it did, he said probably not. He contradicts himself a lot. So why would my waiver get approved while my app is at boards if I was at the bottom of the list? Does this mean it may be in the section of being selected? This is whAt confuses me. I just wish it was the end of august already!!
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    I must say my current active duty recruiter along with my air force reserve recruiter are nothing but awesome.
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    Quote from Skopf
    Thanks for the info! You must have a great recruiter!! Mine originally told Kentish my waived wouldn't be approved unless I was selected. Then when he told me it was approved I asked him if that meant what I thought it did, he said probably not. He contradicts himself a lot. So why would my waiver get approved while my app is at boards if I was at the bottom of the list? Does this mean it may be in the section of being selected? This is whAt confuses me. I just wish it was the end of august already!!
    What state is your recruiter based out of?
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    Scott afb il. I'm in tennessee. Yours?
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    I'm Selected!
    w2cross2blue, oaktown2, and Pixie.RN like this.
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    UPDATE:

    Jan 09, 2012 COT, will be stationed at Travis AFB
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    IowaRNBSN
    Congrats on your selection.
    I am waiting on the board to give an answer for me. I am an ER nurse with 7 yrs exp. I applied for an ED position. What have you heard about this job codes accession rate?
    Its the not knowing that is brutal, ya know?
    Anyway, congrats on being selected. I too, chose Travis(#2), on my wish list.
    jjtrn
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    Has anyone used the HSPS scholarship to pay for CRNA school? This is what I'm trying to do.
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    Quote from IowaRNBSN
    UPDATE:

    Jan 09, 2012 COT, will be stationed at Travis AFB
    Hey! I am did my first reserve weekend last wkend and it was awesome I'm at Pope AFB and am training to be a flight nurse I'm going to COT in Feb...just miss ya! Sorry it took me this long to letcha know!

    Tina


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