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Old 02-11-2009, 04:08   #1
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I am attending SFAS in March. Assuming that I make it, what is the average time for a soldier without a security clearance to get orders to go to PCS to Fort Bragg? I am a single and do not have any major issues that would slow down a security clearance. Would the security clearance need to be complete before I get orders to PCS to Fort Bragg?
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Old 02-11-2009, 04:29   #2
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Thumbs down FAIL

You have already failed your first test: "Assuming" you are going to make a course that historically fails the average attendee. Very bold statement in a forum where many of the SFAS Cadre post, which highlights your second failure: Situational Awareness.

Your 5 meter target is passing SFAS. All other concerns will right themselves once you get past that.

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Old 02-11-2009, 04:49   #3
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You also need to re-read the email your were sent about how to start your journey here.

You failed your 1st assignments.

Intro & Profile.

Unacceptable SA..
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Old 02-11-2009, 07:51   #4
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I am attending SFAS in March. Assuming that I make it, what is the average time for a soldier without a security clearance to get orders to go to PCS to Fort Bragg? I am a single and do not have any major issues that would slow down a security clearance. Would the security clearance need to be complete before I get orders to PCS to Fort Bragg?
Failed to read the rules and stickies.

Started two threads without doing any searching.

I do not see your future here.

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Double failure

You've failed twice today. First on the 10th Group forum and now here. First you must read and learn before asking questions..... now go back to managing the commissary store functions of stock replenishment, price changes, inventories, security, stock receipt, and overseeing the constructions of displays.
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