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FY2020 Army Nurse Corps

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ReconMedic has 1 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Cardiothoracic and Transplant ICU.

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ReconMedic has 1 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Cardiothoracic and Transplant ICU.

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Apparently they sent my packet to the board without any available slots for my AOC... I wish I would have known that. LOL

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Hey all! I applied and was accepted last year and I'm slotted for training June 6th. It was a lonnnnng process with a lot of road bumps and confusion

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HamRN_13 has 3 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in ICU, Neuro ICU.

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2 hours ago, HoosierRNmom said:

Hey all! I applied and was accepted last year and I'm slotted for training June 6th. It was a lonnnnng process with a lot of road bumps and confusion.

 Could you provide a timeline of When did you got selected and when did you hear back signing your contract? I was selected for the February boards for 66S Reserve and am awaiting approval of a waiver. Just kind of wondering what the wait time is normally without a waiver. I started applying back in Winter of 2018 so it’s been a looooong process.

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Hello everyone, 

I am an FNP and I am just starting the process.  I have completed the application and motivational statement, waiting on a couple of references now.  Do you all happen to know how many get selected? I would be applying for the reserves. I was supposed to meet with a recruiter but haven't due to COVID19. Any advice on what the board actually looks for when selecting nurses?  I do not have any military experience and wondering if it will hinder me from being accepted.  Thanks and good luck to everyone!!

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On ‎5‎/‎16‎/‎2020 at 11:18 AM, HamRN_13 said:

 Could you provide a timeline of When did you got selected and when did you hear back signing your contract? I was selected for the February boards for 66S Reserve and am awaiting approval of a waiver. Just kind of wondering what the wait time is normally without a waiver. I started applying back in Winter of 2018 so it’s been a looooong process.

At MEPs, waivers only took a few minutes, to a few days. Depending on the issue (bad eyesight versus previous broken femur, different person to approve). Occasionally, a waiver may need to be approved after being seen by a provider to evaluate the specific issue. Ask your recruiter if you can. Check out my blog! I am currently laying out the whole process that I went through from start to ship out (June 6th... soon!) https://armynursemom.blogspot.com/

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Hello everyone,

- Applied for 66S Army Reserve

- Got selected in May 2020 board with pending physicals (I had some surgery prior, but my medical waivers were approved/cleared. I still need to go to MEPS. It was closed due to COVID crisis)

1. From this point, what should I expect to happen?

2. I also signed up for bonus (25K per year for 4 years) & HPLRP. How will this be provided? Will I get a yearly 25K while getting my HPLRP throughout 3 years? 

3. I live in New York City and do not have a car. Does anyone stationed in NY know where the reserve units are? If I get my unit far enough that I have to rent a car or fly, would the Army reimburse you for it? 

I would appreciate any help! Thank you!! 

 

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