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#21 Anixtu



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Posted 10 January 2019 - 1229 PM

Anixtu - I think the point is that if the recruiting was in house, the criteria would be guidance, not rules. Dark Falcon's point seems valid to me.

I don't think changing who implements the rules in the application process (and they would be rules) would make a huge difference. Where a candidate has exceptional qualities that make a waiver to the rules desirable there is currently scope for such waivers, for a variety of reasons. I'm not deeply involved in that area, but I guess it would be service operated AFCOs leading on requesting waivers, and I know it is Directorate of Manning (Army) (i.e. the owner of Army personnel and recruitment policies) deciding on waivers.
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#22 DB



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Posted 18 January 2019 - 0455 AM

If you want a recruiting campaign, this should do more for you than anything else I can think of.


It's been a while since they had a public outing, and of course there are downsides, but it's always good to remind the Bad Guys™ that we have something special out there when it's needed.
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