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Age Waiver -Prior Service

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    I am a 31 yo prior service (5 years in) guy who is looking to join the community. However when I talked to the motivator he said that they are not granting prior service age waivers. He never even asked me my scores or anything else and told me it was a waste of time to put in for a contract. I have always been under the impression that prior service had a few extra years to join the community. Is there any way of gaining a contract in my position? Thanks for any help.

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    Originally posted by Thazan View Post
    I am a 31 yo prior service (5 years in) guy who is looking to join the community. However when I talked to the motivator he said that they are not granting prior service age waivers. He never even asked me my scores or anything else and told me it was a waste of time to put in for a contract. I have always been under the impression that prior service had a few extra years to join the community. Is there any way of gaining a contract in my position? Thanks for any help.
    your recruiter is right about no age waivers. but you're prior service... so i dont know if that still applies

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      Thazan,
      Have you found a definitive answer to your question yet? As a 30 year old former Marine Corps Infantry Assaultman (MOS 0351), I can offer an anecdotal response that may shed some light on your situation, depending on how NSW views the difference between 30y/o and 31y/o. It requires a lengthy explanation with some specific details that are very similar to your circumstances, ongoing, and evolving. For those reasons, I'll reserve a response until you confirm that your question is still unresolved and that you wish for me explain my circumstances and what I have learned. Lean forward, train hard, and stay motivated!

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