On DS's portal it states that the DODMERB is still "NO ACTION". Does anyone have any idea how much of the application needs to be complete for someone at admissions to change it to the "request scheduling" status? He completed all except his candidate statements several weeks ago. Teacher rec's, grades, everything is in there. After he completes his statements (any day now, as he keeps tweaking them until he feels they are where they need to be) should he contact his state coordinator? (Is that also his FFR?) He did email him back in the early summer, but got no response. We figured it was because it was before R-Day and that he was busy with class of '18 things. DS was in SLE, so we were fortunate that his SSK opened earlier than some and he was able to get things taken care of so quickly. We were hoping that and the fact that he already has a Pres. nom might give him a leg up since we are in a competitive area. I know this is the beginning of a long line of "hurry up and wait", and being a military spouse, I am used to that. But with a DS that is crazy busy in school with a sport every season, that stresses if he misses a day, I am anxious to get the DODMERB physical scheduled and over with. That way if any complications arise, we can get them taken care of so he can hopefully be 3Q going into his MOC boards. So since there is lots of discussion on the Navy boards about these things since their portals open up earlier, just wondering who out there in the land of USMA applicants have started working through DODMERB physicals?