Final Transcript

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  1. navydad17

    navydad17 Member

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    At some point prior to I Day, will the USNA want a final high school transcript? I'm actually surprised there wasn't some mention of it in the PTR package.
     
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    I was wondering this too. Just looked through both the admissions envelope and the PTR and could not find any mention. I think I might just bring it to I-Day in case.
     
  3. sandnnw

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    I plan to bring the hard-copy, a "certified sealed copy" and a scanned copy on jump drive (along with all the other 100's documents) for him to keep on his person until:

    a. they need it
    b. they confiscate it
    c. they watch him destroy it
    d. they ignore it

    Yes, it will be a cheap one b/c knowing the military it will probably be "b." I plan the same with his diploma. Call me anal? No, I sleep with an accountant.
     
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  4. usnabgo08

    usnabgo08 USNA 2008/BGO

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    Current midshipmen,

    Does USNA allow you to use Flash media (USB) drives on:

    (1) Your "personal" computers?
    (2) Any other networked device?

    I know what the Fleet answer is, but USNA normally has many "exceptions" to DoD/DoN policy.

    Depending on their responses, it might be better to burn these documents to a compact disk (CD).
     
  5. sandnnw

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    Won't be as stealthy, but I see your very valid point. A CD it is!
     

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