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What can disqualify you from OCS?

What can disqualify you from OCS?

Certain infractions and criminal offenses can bar enlistment and block officer candidacy.

  • Money Problems. An officer in the U.S. Army must be mentally and financially stable for reasons of trustworthiness and national security.
  • Drugs and Alcohol Abuse.
  • Criminal Convictions.
  • Extremist Social Media Postings.

How hard is it to get selected for OCS?

Only about 60 percent of all those who apply are accepted for attendance at OCS. Civilian college graduate and current military candidates do not compete with each other for available OCS slots.

What are the physical requirements for Army OCS?

You all should know what a PFT is.

  • Pull-ups (max 20)
  • Crunches (max 100 in 2 minutes)
  • Three mile timed individual run, in go-fasters aka running shoes (max points for 18 minutes)

Is there a GPA requirement for OCS?

The most competitive packages have a GPA of 3.0 or above, particularly if the recruit is in one of the preferred majors below and has completed a calculus and physics sequence.

What medical conditions are exempt from draft?

(1) Deformities, disease or chronic pain of one or both lower extremities that have interfered with function to such a degree as to prevent the individual from following a physically active vocation in civilian life or that would interfere with walking, running or weight bearing, or the satisfactory completion of …

What medical conditions can you not join the army with?

Disqualifying Medical Conditions

  • Abdominal Organs and Gastrointestinal System.
  • Blood and BloodForming Tissue Diseases.
  • Body Build Deficiency.
  • Advanced Dental Diseases.
  • Ears and Hearing Loss.
  • Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders.
  • Loss of Function in Upper Extremities.
  • Loss of Function in Lower Extremities.

Which OCS is the easiest to get into?

Marines is the easiest to get into (not necessarily the easiest to complete, I do not want any former Marines to think I am calling it soft.

How many miles do you run at OCS?

The run days state running at a ‘steady pace’ as we will not prescribe what pace you must be running at prior to coming here, other than you must meet the minimum induction standard for a 3 mile run of 24 minutes for males and 27 minutes for females.

How fast do you have to run in OCS?

While at OCS, you will be running 6 days a week. Starting and maintaining a run program prior to your attending OCS will be essential to your success. In order to ship to OCS the candidate needs to have a run time below twenty-four minutes. This is the slowest acceptable time and represents the minimum standard.

What is the acceptance rate for Army OCS?

About 65%
While civilian college graduates and current military candidates do not compete with each other for available OCS slots, the more prepared you are for the physically rigorous demands of OCS, the better. About 65% of OCS applicants are accepted.

How long does it take to get accepted into OCS?

The average wait time to be selected to OCS is 5 months after the packet is submitted. Average wait to attend OCS after being selected for “in-service” Army personnel is 12 months.

What are the requirements to attend Officer Candidate School?

To attend Officer Candidate School, you must be a U.S. citizen and a college graduate, be at least 18 years of age at the time of regular Army enlistment and entered active duty or ship to training on or before your 30th birthday.

What are the requirements to become a USMC officer?

Officer candidate MUST be a United States citizen, with no criminal record, and not have more that ten years of active military service at the time of commission. Officer candidates must also be at least 19 years of age and not have passed their 29th birthday, however age waivers are accepted on a case by case basis.

What degree do you need to be a USAR OCS Officer?

Army Reserve (USAR) OCS candidates do not require a BA/BS degree, but must have at least 90 semester hours toward a BA/BS. USAR Officers commissioned prior to degree completion must complete their baccalaureate degree prior to their consideration for promotion to Captain (O-3) .

What is the Army Officer Candidate School?

Officer Candidate School is the U.S. Army’s main training school for aspiring army officers. It prepares candidates mentally and physically for the challenges of life as an officer. There are separate training schools for each branch of the military based in different parts of the United States.