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1  Career Path / Navy:Getting In / Re: The NUPOC Program...Pros and Cons on: Jan 29, 2013, 06:13
I cant speak to NUPOC since I am enlisted but think about the time your going to owe the Navy once commissioned, among a host of other things. "I can always go to medical school after this program" might seem like a great idea now but priorities can change after 5 years. You could be struck by lightning, get married, and have 3 kids like I did after being in the Navy for about 5 years. I would suspect that there is much more info needed here to give an informative reponse, even from guys who have gone through NUPOC. Do you want subs or surface?
2  Career Path / Navy:Staying In / Re: Interesting Situation (STAR reenlistment topic) on: Nov 27, 2012, 03:24
This question is for Broadzilla and I apologize if its off topic. As far as ex navy nukes are concerned do you see any difference in operational capability or talent between guys/gals who have completed a prototype tour as a sea returnee qualified EWS/EOOW with 9+ years experience and someone who gets out at around 8-10 years qualified EWS but never completed a tour at at one of the prototypes?

Thanks GLW for the info, need to learn how to better use the searh function. I clicked on Boradzilla's profile link but only got to page 99. Am I missing something as far as getting to those more recent posts? I guess that computer class I completed was worthless  Grin Grin. I also did bluenose, I recall it being a bit cold. Thanks again.
3  Career Path / Navy:Staying In / Re: Interesting Situation (STAR reenlistment topic) on: Nov 23, 2012, 01:40
None Post Naval. Whether you are hitting a Wiffle Ball or a baseball off the T you are still a T Baller.



This question is for Broadzilla and I apologize if its off topic. As far as ex navy nukes are concerned do you see any difference in operational capability or talent between guys/gals who have completed a prototype tour as a sea returnee qualified EWS/EOOW with 9+ years experience and someone who gets out at around 8-10 years qualified EWS but never completed a tour at at one of the prototypes?
4  Career Path / Navy:Staying In / Re: How would you fix the NNPP on: Jul 13, 2011, 10:52
My thoughts exactly, I also like the part where the source for the article declined to give the actual dropout numbers. About 2 years ago, when I first started at prototype a friend of mine who had just started at A-school told me a numbers cruncher from Tennessee paid a visit to NNPTC. The guy apparently threw out a figure of attrition in the neighborhood of 15%. That included problems such as medical, mental, legal, hardships, discipline, and last,  academic problems.
5  Career Path / Navy:Staying In / Re: How would you fix the NNPP on: Jul 13, 2011, 07:38
I have not been a member of this site for very long and this is my first time posting. First off, this site is great and I have learned a lot. I have also shared some of that info with my coworkers and have directed them to this site. Currently, I am an instructor at prototype in Charleston, SC and wanted to share this article I found online at http://www.navytimes.com/news/2011/01/navy-nuke-recruiting-gets-tougher-013011w/ . I dont know where those people got there information from but wow! I specifically like the part where they are "expected to decrease dropouts by 20 percent". 20% of what is the question to be asking, geez.
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