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- July 13th, 2011, 9:10 am
- Forum: Recruitment Process
- Topic: Option 40 Contract question
- Replies: 3
- Views: 4978
I am a Army Guidance Counselor at the one of the Meps in texas. I always try and square away my applicants. I am not about slamming anyone into the Army. My question is if I have a young man that wants to enlist with option 40 and only support mos's are open for option 40 contracts is it better to e...
Woody, I work at the meps in Houston as a guidance counselor. If you had lasik and had a medical waiver the counselors at your meps could have sent an exception to USAREC who would forward it to the infantry proponet for a exception to allow you to enlist with Airborne, or 18X. We do it all the time...
Thanks for the warm welcome. I will tell my brother about this site for sure. He went to Ranger school in 1995 and as far as I know he is the only enlisted soldier to win every award at graduation (I think it was like 4 different awards). He later served as a RI and a company 1SG in Dahlonega. He is...
- July 11th, 2011, 12:44 am
- Forum: About OSUT
- Topic: Obtaining a Ranger Contract at OSUT
- Replies: 18
- Views: 23729
My son is OSUT right now in week 11. He has a option 4 contract. His GT is 105 so he was not allowed a option 40. After he shipped in April I contacted the 75th Regiment Recruiting team and they assured me they can grant waivers for the GT score. They assured me they will get the volunteer paper wor...
I am a proud Father of an awesome son. Keith is in week 10 of 11X OSUT. He will be going to ABN school after he graduates on 5 August. He doesn't have a option 40 contract but we have been in contact with the 75th regiment recruiters and they have assured me they will get the volunteer paper work to...