Army Reserve OML FY2017 - page 11

Hello! I am starting this thread separate from another thread that has been posted on numerous times. I recently heard from my nurse corps recruiter that they would soon be pulling selected people... Read More

  1. by   Spring624
    Quote from nursefitz23
    I have a question. For the reserve who got selected do you know what kind of unit you were assigned to? Did your recruiters tell you. Will the type of unit change the every day "job" that you're assigned to ?
    My recruiter let me know before selection as well.
  2. by   nursefitz23
    I'm have a seriously different experience. They told me a post before being selected. But never told me the type of unit. Now I have a list of units names but no other information. He suggesting calling the units and asking for more information. But I haven't scrolled yet nor signed anything no ones talking to me.
  3. by   rocdav
    Hey everyone. I'm stuck on the enlisted train. I'm currently deployed in Kuwait as a Specialist. I'm looking to join the reserves. My ETS is in October of 2018. I don't want to have a break in service. I need a recruiter that will get me into the ANC. I have my BSN, I've completed my 2807-1 and 2808. I just need a reserve recruiter that wants an easy accession. Anybody have any suggestions?

    I live in the state of Alabama. None of the recruiting offices are answering my calls right now.
  4. by   Pixie.RN
    Quote from rocdav
    Hey everyone. I'm stuck on the enlisted train. I'm currently deployed in Kuwait as a Specialist. I'm looking to join the reserves. My ETS is in October of 2018. I don't want to have a break in service. I need a recruiter that will get me into the ANC. I have my BSN, I've completed my 2807-1 and 2808. I just need a reserve recruiter that wants an easy accession. Anybody have any suggestions?

    I live in the state of Alabama. None of the recruiting offices are answering my calls right now.
    How much experience do you have, and any specialty certs? They are usually looking for critical care and OR. Anything else is not really in demand.

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