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Has 7 years experience.

Just wondering if anyone on here has used an Army recruiter out of the Kansas City office? If so is there a recruiter there that you would recommend talking to? I have talked to SFC AL from STL but he just doesn't return calls so I was going to switch if I found a better recruiter to talk with. Thanks for you help.

nursekat43

Specializes in PACU, hyperbarics, ER,ICU,GI lab. Has 24 years experience.

I spoke with an Army reserve nursing recruiter a year ago- but decided to go AFR. The Army recruiters name and contact number are: SFC Patricia Mitchell- Overland Park, KS. Her phone number is 913-469-1779. Hope this helps and good luck!

huntergirl

Has 7 years experience.

Thanks for the reply. Not to switch it up on you or anything but for the AF did they make you go talk to someone in NE? I live in Columbia so I called the recruiter station in STL but I was told that since I am in an RN-BSN program at UCMO then I have to talk to the guys that cover that school-which he said was NE. I decided that since I am going to go back in then I need to be open to all the branches, not just the army.

nursekat43

Specializes in PACU, hyperbarics, ER,ICU,GI lab. Has 24 years experience.

Well, I am going the reserve route, not active, so this may not pertain to you as it appears you are looking at active duty. I just finished my BSN at MU last year, but have been a nurse for 22 years. I spent several weeks making phone calls to find an AF healthcare recruiter- they are hard to find. I am working with one out of Norman, OK. I've done all the work via internet, having never seen him face to face, but it seems to have been fairly seamless process. I am scheduled to do MEPS in KC. If all goes accordingly, I will be drilling at Scott AFB in St. Louis. I can't imagine why they would send you to NE. I would keep asking questions.

nursekat43

Specializes in PACU, hyperbarics, ER,ICU,GI lab. Has 24 years experience.

FYI- I just started UCMO's FNP program this summer. Just noticed you were finishing your undergrad there.

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