My husband is Enlisted in the AF he has his 4 year degree and wants to become an officer for the Army. He has been conditional release from the AF and now needs info on how to get this process in motion. He has talked to a recruiter but they don't seem to be in any big hurry he has been waiting on forms for 2 weeks.
The recruiter told him today, "oh yeah I am going to get to work on that." Can anyone stir him in the right direction?
Thanks in advance
The most important website on the Army regarding OCS is armyocs.com. 99% of your husband's questions will be answered there. The Army is in need of junior Officers with a selection and graduation rate of over 90%.
If your husband is coming over to the big green machine, he must take sole responsibility in getting his OCS packet accepted. Believe me, the recruiter is not there to hold his hand and make your husband's dreams come true. OCS packets take three times the effort for the recruiter vs going in enlisted. For whatever reason, the Army does not have Officer recruiters as the other services. If he's not satisfied with his recruiter, find one that has done an OCS contract.
Once your husband goes Army, he'll find out he's truly in a military organization. The differences are like night and day. Tell him to be in great shape and be ready to do it the Army way.This message has been edited. Last edited by: zaurus,
thanks for your input
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