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  1. #1041
    I was just promoted to MWO - Master Warrant Officer today.
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  2. #1042
    Quote Originally Posted by T.Beals View Post
    I didn't know there were 3 CPO2's in a corps?
    Why not?

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  3. #1043
    Quote Originally Posted by T.Beals View Post
    I didn't know there were 3 CPO2's in a corps?
    If the corps is large enough, sure it can. Actually, a corps doesn't have to be all that big to be allotted three CPO2 positions. OOur corps has a quota of 60 and we're allowed four.

    You can see the table here. Omit the quotas for PO1. They've been gone since 2005.

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  4. #1044
    Quote Originally Posted by Juice View Post
    If the corps is large enough, sure it can. Actually, a corps doesn't have to be all that big to be allotted three CPO2 positions. OOur corps has a quota of 60 and we're allowed four.

    You can see the table here. Omit the quotas for PO1. They've been gone since 2005.

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    Must be different in Army cadets then, its two MWOs if you have 60 on paper. Not four, that would be very odd.
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  5. #1045
    Quote Originally Posted by T.Beals View Post
    Must be different in Army cadets then, its two CWOs if you have 60 on paper. Not four, that would be very odd.
    CPO2 is equivalent to MWO, not CWO.

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  6. #1046
    Quote Originally Posted by T.Beals View Post
    Must be different in Army cadets then, its two CWOs if you have 60 on paper. Not four, that would be very odd.
    There can only be one CWO in an army corps.
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  7. #1047
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    There can only be one CWO in an army corps.
    same with sea. Only one CPO1 is allowed.
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  9. #1049
    I meant to to say a MWO haha, I'm getting confused between two ranks haha because a MWO in the Navy is CPO2 which confuses.

    But I found it weird how earlier in this thread someone said they have THREE MWO? That doesn't make sense to me. How? I thought they all worked the same?

    I could see it that way if there were like 159 cadets in the corps obviously.
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  10. #1050
    Quote Originally Posted by T.Beals View Post
    But I found it weird how earlier in this thread someone said they have THREE MWO? That doesn't make sense to me. How? I thought they all worked the same?

    I could see it that way if there were like 159 cadets in the corps obviously.
    Well if you had looked at the table that Juice had made a link to you would have seen that a corps only needs a minimum of 30 cadets to have 3 CPO2's and a CPO1.

    As to how. I would just put it down to the differences between elements because no matter how much they try to make us all run similar there will always be some significant differences.
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    After successfully passing the NSCE one of our Sgts was promoted to WO tonight.

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  14. #1054
    Quote Originally Posted by Lucifer View Post
    Well if you had looked at the table that Juice had made a link to you would have seen that a corps only needs a minimum of 30 cadets to have 3 CPO2's and a CPO1.

    As to how. I would just put it down to the differences between elements because no matter how much they try to make us all run similar there will always be some significant differences.
    I'm still saying that is completely weird. 30 cadets for 3 CPO2s that's ridiculous.
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  15. #1055
    Quote Originally Posted by T.Beals View Post
    I'm still saying that is completely weird. 30 cadets for 3 CPO2s that's ridiculous.
    Why is that ridiculous? In the end it means more opportunity for promotion, which I think most people would agree is a good thing.
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  16. #1056
    Quote Originally Posted by Lucifer View Post
    Why is that ridiculous? In the end it means more opportunity for promotion, which I think most people would agree is a good thing.
    I agree about more opportunity for promotions. But I just think its weird that with such little people, you can have 3 CPO2s, but its just me. I guess I'm not exactly use to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.Beals View Post
    I agree about more opportunity for promotions. But I just think its weird that with such little people, you can have 3 CPO2s, but its just me. I guess I'm not exactly use to it.
    well what if you have someone tranfer regements and is close to ageing out?
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  18. #1058
    Promotions at 349 RCSCC Chilliwack

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  19. #1059
    Quote Originally Posted by commando View Post
    well what if you have someone tranfer regements and is close to ageing out?
    And they are already a CPO2? I can see that.
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  20. #1060
    Here's news from my lost cadet corps...

    First of all congratulations to Lt. Lapointe for his promotion to Captain!He's taken a short break and we'll all miss him!

    Our two brave soldiers have returned from Afghanistan and hopefully we'll see them again soon: Capt. Voyer's husband and Mcpl Ouimet

    Congratulations are in order for our two NSCE candidates who passed and got promoted aswell. Way to go, Sgts Boily and Dionne!

    I also got my long awaited WO and my silver ACFT. Woohoo!


    A word of encouragement to our biathlon team, the Laforest-Jean brothers and Pte. Bergeron at the National Competition, who have already gathered some gold medals... Shoot 'em all!
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