Army Nurse Corps FY2013 Army Nurse Corps FY2013 - pg.43 | allnurses

Army Nurse Corps FY2013 - page 43

Hey everybody, I'm starting a thread here for those applying to the Army Nurse Corps in FY2013. I figure this might be a good place to get to know other future nurse corps officers and a place for... Read More

  1. Visit  Ricky P profile page
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    Hello Everyone,

    I also signed the LOI and i am signing the contract this thursday. I also hope to get the orders for BOLC on March.
  2. Visit  migz profile page
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    well I'm running into a few issues. Somehow HRC thinks I am in the IRR. Something to do with being attached to APMC is messing up the process. HRC says they cant help, my command says talk to the recruiter. I'm drilling with the local unit this weekend. The recruiter says that once I turn in the forms for getting paid for drill with another unit everything will get fixed.

    No idea on a date for BOLC. I was not able to get a CAC either, just an ID card. There is a nicely framed commission on the wall though!
    I will keep you all posted.

    -Migz
  3. Visit  leekun2010 profile page
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    Quote from migz
    well I'm running into a few issues. Somehow HRC thinks I am in the IRR. Something to do with being attached to APMC is messing up the process. HRC says they cant help, my command says talk to the recruiter. I'm drilling with the local unit this weekend. The recruiter says that once I turn in the forms for getting paid for drill with another unit everything will get fixed.

    No idea on a date for BOLC. I was not able to get a CAC either, just an ID card. There is a nicely framed commission on the wall though!
    I will keep you all posted.

    -Migz
    -you have to get your own cac reader which you can buy at your PX or online.
    -make sure they set you up with AKO, mypay
    -if you are reserve, sign up for phase 1 in ATRRS then you do the course work in ALMS (within "My Training" section of AKO)
    -make sure you know who your counselor will be

    i cant think of anything else right now but I'll post more if anything.

    I myself am working on phase 1 online then BOLC phase 2 (whenever that is). I wish I'm doing bolc as active duty as oppose to reserve lol
  4. Visit  migz profile page
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    Thanks for the help.

    I have the CAC reader but was unable to get a CAC. they think I am in the IRR.
  5. Visit  leekun2010 profile page
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    Quote from migz
    Thanks for the help.

    I have the CAC reader but was unable to get a CAC. they think I am in the IRR.
    Ayyy the army...they always mess you up with something... they misspelled my name when I got mines and took a long time to get fixed. Just keep bothering them about it til its fixed.
  6. Visit  Irishliz profile page
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    Hi everyone:

    Still wasting away on the OML list LOL....recruiter has no news for me. On the last phone call he said when he hears something he'll let me know.

    Interestingly enough I was told I was #3 on the OML as well....

    Hopefully we hear news this week

    Liz
  7. Visit  wade005 profile page
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    Hello everyone,

    My husband and I have been following his blog for sometime and appreciate all the information. My husband was also selected for Active Duty (can't remember his identifier but he is will be a general nurse to start) in the November board. He also got the option for the critical care course in his contract. He has already "commissioned" and signed his LOI.

    As far as where we are in the process, I would suggest that you all call the branch manager LTC Hartman. My husband call last Friday and he was told he needed to speak with LTC Weisgram and he would contact him this week. He received call yesterday from LTC Hartman yesterday stating he is scheduled to report to BOLC on the 23rd of January (this is our first contact from the Army since his selection). We are not able to make his date and are hoping for the March BOLC as we both need to put in official resignations from our jobs, move myself and our two boys. He said LTC Hartman was very nice and willing to work with him. Another down side is our choices for duty station are not available. My husband is going to try to reach LTC Weisgram today and hopefully we can get his BOLC date changed. Best wishes to you all.
  8. Visit  leekun2010 profile page
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    By any chance, is anyone newly selected here a reservist?
  9. Visit  migz profile page
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    reserves here....
  10. Visit  nursespouse profile page
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    So does anyone here have the contact information for the Branch managers? Like email and phone.
  11. Visit  HooahNurse0221 profile page
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    Quote from wade005
    Hello everyone,

    My husband and I have been following his blog for sometime and appreciate all the information. My husband was also selected for Active Duty (can't remember his identifier but he is will be a general nurse to start) in the November board. He also got the option for the critical care course in his contract. He has already "commissioned" and signed his LOI.

    As far as where we are in the process, I would suggest that you all call the branch manager LTC Hartman. My husband call last Friday and he was told he needed to speak with LTC Weisgram and he would contact him this week. He received call yesterday from LTC Hartman yesterday stating he is scheduled to report to BOLC on the 23rd of January (this is our first contact from the Army since his selection). We are not able to make his date and are hoping for the March BOLC as we both need to put in official resignations from our jobs, move myself and our two boys. He said LTC Hartman was very nice and willing to work with him. Another down side is our choices for duty station are not available. My husband is going to try to reach LTC Weisgram today and hopefully we can get his BOLC date changed. Best wishes to you all.
    Good afternoon, Congrats on your husbands selection. He would have gone to school with my wife and gone to Fort Bragg afterwords. There is one more person who is supposed to go with them but have not seen anything on here regarding that person. Ensuring you are both prepared is extemely important, but depending on your career field as soon as you find out where he is going call their CPAC office and they can get you into the civilian GS system. Great route as you can transfer jobs as your husband moves along in his Military career and comes with 25 year retirement. Just something to look into and because you are a military spouse you get preference. Good luck and congrats on this big step for your family.
  12. Visit  HooahNurse0221 profile page
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    Quote from DaniRN421
    Lunah, it is so ironic that you mentioned just falling back. Last night at the gym my husband said the same thing. I never realized that I was doing that, and it really made a difference. I have greatly improved my run and push-ups, but my sit-ups have been struggling. Hopefully, now that I know this, I will start improving on them as well.
    Thanks for the website!!!
    Your preperation is most important. I am an MFT and just as a reccomendation try differentiating your workouts and include V-Ups, Supine Bicycles and also do 4 for the core before every upper body core workout. If you would like additional information email me @ Rodriguez1224@yahoo.com and I will assist. Good Luck.
  13. Visit  Nursing STUD-ent profile page
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    Quote from nursespouse
    Let's get a roll call. Everyone that still checks here, that has taken part in this thread, just type out a few lines of where you are in the process, any school dates, OML list# that kind of thing. Maybe it will help everyone heading to BOLC know who to look for. My Wife is selected LoI signed, contract signed but still waiting on the contact from the branch manager, and any school dates. As far as I know her security clearance hasn't post yet either.
    Hi, I signed my letter of intent just before Christmas, and have not heard anything since then. I am still waiting on the security clearance and background check. I am hoping to be going to BOLC in August, as I don't finish my BSN until May. So for me, there is nothing to do but wait, hope for the best, and do push ups and situps instead of hanging out on this site.

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