2 for 7 today!

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  1. cheers

    cheers Member

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    Heard that 2 for 7 signing is going on today. Son did his paperwork this morning!

    Congrats to all involved. :thumb:
     
  2. Memphis9489

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    This is why disappearing ink was invented. :smile:

    I don't think crossing your fingers while signing would help.
     
  3. Pachrian

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    Congratulations to the class of 2012! :thumb:
     
  4. Mongo

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    I don't quite understand the reasoning behind the 2 for 7 hoopla. Doesn't the simple fact that they haven't submitted a letter of resignation, commit them. On I-Day, they didn't simply sign on for two years, did they?
     
  5. USNA'02

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    actually you do, in the paperwork you receive in the mail accepting the appointment and a list of other paperwork you sign on I-day stating what happens if you leave early what you owe back etc.

    And they have to sign the 2 for 7 paperwork, "they" will come track you down if you don't (i.e. you forgot to turn it in and went to class) it's a nice contract you sign, just like you sign a contract at each promotion saying you either accept or deny your promotion and you get sworn in all over again
     
  6. MomoftheMagik

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    Way to go, 2012! Thank you for committing to serve our country!!
     
  7. MaryMom

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    If a midshipman were to leave a the end of their plebe year what do they owe USNA? Do they owe the balance of the loan?
     

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