I was talking to a veteran-Seabee last week in math lab here at the college, and we started talking about the navy and how I was interested in SWCC. The thing he suggested was to get my AA degree and then go in. Being that SWCC does not have an officer pipeline, and that (according to my research) Warrant Officers must be in the navy for 6 or 7 years, a rate of E-7 (or E-6 with the eligibility for E-7(?), would the AA degree help in any way? I've considered this option but I'm not sure if it would be of any help (I understand SWCC has an automatic advancement to E-4 upon completion of BCT and CQT?). I hope I made sense, I would hope for an answer specifically from some actually serving in the Navy, but other answers are fine. Thankyou.
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Meet and Greet: For those who want more information about us, we'll be at The Wall on BYU campus Thursday, Sept. 10 from 6-9 p.m. No admission charge.
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Scout Team Road Trip
Would you be interested in attending an event to find out more about us and maybe get in a little workout? We're putting together a list of places for a road trip. PM Scott Williams (Admin)and tell him your location.