SSD NCOIC?

Oh well, isn't that just fantastic?

When you say that you were "put on orders" MY initial thought was that you received orders to go to some installation on the east coast and you'd be working with all the civilians there that say they're fixing the problems that plague the system.

Now it just sounds like you were directed to coordinate/ask when soldiers completed SSD and you are putting together some excel spreadsheet to give to the commander for their monthly slides. Big Grin
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Originally posted by 68Rvet:
Oh well, isn't that just fantastic?

When you say that you were "put on orders" MY initial thought was that you received orders to go to some installation on the east coast and you'd be working with all the civilians there that say they're fixing the problems that plague the system.

Now it just sounds like you were directed to coordinate/ask when soldiers completed SSD and you are putting together some excel spreadsheet to give to the commander for their monthly slides. Big Grin


At first I thought she was just assigned this additional duty but from her other posts she appears to be in the Reserves or Guard and she was cut these orders for this tasking (ADOS - Active Duty Operational Support - formerly ADSW - Active Duty Special Work). This is kind of weird seeing these type of orders cut for this type of work. People can do SSD at their home computers lol. But I guess this needs to happen since one-weekend a month needs to be done for other things and these people need these requirements to get to their respective NCOES.

This article hit the Army.mil website yesterday.

http://www.army.mil/article/10..._to_NCO_advancement/

BTW, how many days are your orders for? And we are mostly regular Army Soldiers on this website. I did serve years in the Reserves and the National Guard (many years ago) but now I am on active duty until my retirement.

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