Potential officer form response

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  1. I have completed my initial potential officer form and returned it, however I haven't heard anything back about this. How long should it take to get a reply and what should I be expect next?
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  2. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Perhaps you should ask the person you sent the form to?! 8O
     
  3. Or ask the Postman?? :bball:

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  4. i got mine back not so long ago, took about a week and a half for the response to arrive, and in it I was given an appointment time at AFCO for a presentation. I've had to wait a little while for the presentation because my local careers office only deals with potential ratings apparently, and isn't able to give me much information on how to become an officer. Anyway, my presentation is on Thursday so in all the process has taken about a month from handing in the form to the presentation date.
     
  5. Patience is a virtue.
    Is it not Leave time for all and sundry?
    Stand fast Rear Party.
     
  6. Contact your local AFCO to see if the form has been processed. All forms go to a central location and are then sent on to your local AFCO/ACLO. It takes tiime to get thru the system. Your ACLO should be in touch soon.

    You don't say how long you've bee waiting.

    By the way, what branch are you hoping to join?
     
  7. I got a reply about a month after I'd sent it off, I guess it depends how busy your AFCO is. Don't worry just sit tight.
     
  8. I've been waiting just under 2 weeks, the reason is was getting a little nervous is that I forgot to photocopy it before I sent it so if its lost in the post, as seems to happen a lot around here, then i would have to organise another eye sight test and everything. I'm hoping to join as a marine engineering officer, there seems to be so many things that could stop people getting in that I just want to get on with the process and find out!
     

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