elsalado said:I would also join the facebook group.
elsalado said:Hey Max I'll be in the English platoon. You're right, there don't seem to be many going for the ACSO trade. Makes me feel special haha.
Paulyduch said:Was just curious with the ceremony. Coming up soon and I have some questions.
- how should I dress ?
I know I should dress in nice clothes not gross and dingy . And perhaps not to over kill it . what about a nice polo and dress pants.
Thanks. I'll def wear a suit then ! I appreciate itrmc_wannabe said:If you want my opinion, wear a suit.
Your family will mark this occasion as a milestone akin to a graduation, and this is the first of many ceremonies you will attend in your career; in which ressing down is a massive faux paux (or extras ).
Your Attesting Officer will most likely be in DEU 1A, which is on par with semi formal wear. Might as well look smart and proper than worry about "over doing it"
Just some food for thought.
A Very Cold Fire said:Hi everyone,
I'm kind of panicking right now, I was just accepted into the Reserves last week and my recruiter said my swearing in would be this Friday, and he said he would send me an email with all the details last week but I didn't get an email from him. I tried emailing my recruiter and he is out of office, I haven't gotten a response from the email the autoreply had, nor from my file manager, the CBG recruiter, or the CFRC. I don't even know what time or where it's happening much less what I'm required to bring. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do?
kratz said:Have you called your unit? Left a voicemail or spoke with someone?
Have you emailed your unit? Check your Spam filter for any replies?
Have you gone to your unit during working hours (8am-4pm) ?
Most Pres units will have full-time staff who process the daily administration.
One of the roles of these staff is to support the unit and assist it function.
The person you are trying to reach might be part-time.
If you call / visit your unit’s Orderly Room (OR), the staff there
should be able to answer these simple questions, or
direct you to who should answer your questions.