- Aug 4, 2008
ahhhhh. i just got done with my third and final nom. interview. it feels great! good luck to those out there who are still in the hunt!
I'm confused. I don't think it's possible for a congressional representative to nominate 20 people to one service academy. I believe that the representative can have a TOTAL of 20 cadets at all the combined academies (USNA, USMA, USAFA, USMMA) at one time (i.e. 5 at each academy that were nominated by he/she). So if there is already 4 cadets at any one academy, your representative may only nominate one more.J.NordicSkier7 said:Rep is allowed to nominate up to 20 per academy, I'm not too stressed.
This links to a more recent version of the same nominations document: http://digital.library.unt.edu/govdocs/crs//data/2006/upl-meta-crs-8480/RL33213_2006Feb21.pdfYou can check it out in more detail at https://www.policyarchive.org/bitstr...pdf?sequence=1
If a person has an LOA I have been told all they need is for his/her name to appear on an MOC's "slate of nominees." Meaning he or she could be #10 on the list, but that constitutes a "nomination" and therefore if all other conditions of LOA (such as passing CFA or medical waiver, etc) are satisfied, an Appointment is the next step.But what if there is someone else in your district that has an LOA, but the MOC only has 1 slot?