I had my 1 year review with Navy LtCmdr P. down in Newport this morning. He was excited to see how well I’m doing and is going to put me on a 6 month “limited duty” status. I now have a 6 month window to keep training and prove to the Marines that I’m fit to return to OCS and become an officer. At the end of the 6 months, my case will appear in front of a medical board in DC to determine if I should return to full duty or be permanently separated.
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March 27th, 2007 No comments
Marine OCS Articles
- How to apply for commissioning
- Should I drive to OCS?
- How much money should I bring to OCS? (Updated 20 Apr 2011)
- Pack list for OCS
- What should I know before I go to OCS?
- Will a DUI or an arrest in my record prevent me from becoming a Marine Officer?
- How to prepare physically for Marine OCS
- OCS tips and tricks
- How to find my local Marine OSO
- Officer Selection Office (OSO) list
- Armstrong Pullup Program
- What happens if I get injured at OCS?
- Vision requirements for being a pilot in the Marine Corps
- Recon Ron Pullup Program
- Killer’s Crunch Workout
- OCS stretching routine
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