Revocation of appointment

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  1. Jack_Jones0

    Jack_Jones0 New Member

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    Hello all,

    I want to ask if anyone knows any action or protocol the Academy uses when revoking an appointment?

    Does the academy send a letter of revocation a few weeks before I-day, or do they turn an appointee away at in-processing at alumni hall?

    I'm honestly just asking, because as many of you know of my folly, there is also other factors of which I am concerned that may contribute to the unfortunate event of my appointment being taken away.

    But I sure would hate to make that trip to Annapolis only to be sent home.

    Thanks,

    Jack Jones
     
  2. usna1985

    usna1985 USNA Alumnus

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    I'm sure that you would be told before you arrived. If, i the unlikely event, they did not tell you until I-Day, the USN would reimburse any travel costs you incurred.
     
  3. K_Delrosario

    K_Delrosario Prospective

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    If you finish all your processing items and make it to Alumni hall on the 1st, there should be no worries because I highly doubt the academy would turn you away the day of.
     
  4. flieger83

    flieger83 Super Moderator Moderator

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    I can't speak for USNA, but I would "imagine" that they're similar to USAFA.

    USAFA will DEFINITELY notify the appointee if this is going to happen, PRIOR to their departing their home.

    Steve
    USAFA ALO
    USAFA '83
    (and USNA Appointee for 1983)
     

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