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I am currently in Nuke Field "A" school and our Chief told us yesterday that due to the manning requirements and billet status the Navy has right now any prospective nuke that fails out of "A" school will be administratively discharged. He also said that ET's must make it through the entire pipeline because we would not technically be rated, as opposed to EM's and MM's who would just be sent to the fleet as a conventional EM or MM. I hadn't given much thought to this until i failed my first test today and that got me thinking. I'm hanging on with a 3.02 with a month left of "A" school so I am not in immediate danger of or planning on failing out, but was wondering if anyone had any knowledge on this subject.
Muley even when I was going through 10 years ago, it was a big deal to fail a test. It was an even bigger deal to get caught up in some "military" issues....Now the kids do what they want because they know they can't get kicked out. Sure some Master Chief will yell at them or they'll get EMI, but never kicked out. Drugs is about the only thing right now that gets them booted....
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