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  • Originally posted by fedxfit View Post
    I thought it was always med, the BI, and home interview last. No?
    BI, HI, Med was my order. And actually, my HI and Med were the same day.

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    Last edited by bayranger; 11-26-2015, 08:02 PM.

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    • Interesting, thanks!

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      • Med, Background, HI for me


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        Applied - August 2014
        SAEE - December 3, 2014
        Panel Interview - February 19, 2015
        COE - March 12, 2015
        Security Interview - April 16, 2015
        Polygraph - September 1, 2015
        Medical - September 21, 2015
        Background Investigation - October 11, 2015
        Home Interview - October 14, 2015
        The Call™™™™ - November 16, 2015

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        MGen. Frank E. Lowe, US Army; Korea, 26 January 1952

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        • Thanks for the info guys, that is pretty interesting that it can be a little more random at the end.
          USSS SA & (UD)
          Applied - June 2015/(April 2015)
          SAEE/POST - September 29, 2015/(June 23,2015)
          SUPER- November 18, 2015/(July 31, 2015)
          COE - January 8, 2015/(September 3, 2015)
          Security Interview - September 11, 2015 (with UD process)
          Polygraph - November 19, 2015 (with UD process)
          Medical - December 1, 2015 (with UD process)
          Background Investigation - Started January 11, 2016 (to be finished January 25, 2016)
          Home Interview - January 20, 2016
          The Call™™™™™ - February 9, 2016 for SA

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          • Added my timeline to my sig for those interested. Hopefully its not too confusing, I am in both UD and SA processes.
            USSS SA & (UD)
            Applied - June 2015/(April 2015)
            SAEE/POST - September 29, 2015/(June 23,2015)
            SUPER- November 18, 2015/(July 31, 2015)
            COE - January 8, 2015/(September 3, 2015)
            Security Interview - September 11, 2015 (with UD process)
            Polygraph - November 19, 2015 (with UD process)
            Medical - December 1, 2015 (with UD process)
            Background Investigation - Started January 11, 2016 (to be finished January 25, 2016)
            Home Interview - January 20, 2016
            The Call™™™™™ - February 9, 2016 for SA

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            • So for the medical part I got an email that said the dress code is business attire which to me means a suit but then I got a second email with more details that says business casual which is more of a button down and slacks to me. What did you all wear?
              USSS SA & (UD)
              Applied - June 2015/(April 2015)
              SAEE/POST - September 29, 2015/(June 23,2015)
              SUPER- November 18, 2015/(July 31, 2015)
              COE - January 8, 2015/(September 3, 2015)
              Security Interview - September 11, 2015 (with UD process)
              Polygraph - November 19, 2015 (with UD process)
              Medical - December 1, 2015 (with UD process)
              Background Investigation - Started January 11, 2016 (to be finished January 25, 2016)
              Home Interview - January 20, 2016
              The Call™™™™™ - February 9, 2016 for SA

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              • Suit. Nurse said something about it and the asac stated that is our uniform and we need to get used to wearing it

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                • Originally posted by Clint2069 View Post
                  Suit. Nurse said something about it and the asac stated that is our uniform and we need to get used to wearing it

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                  Thanks, its better to be over dressed rather than under dressed anyways in my opinion.
                  USSS SA & (UD)
                  Applied - June 2015/(April 2015)
                  SAEE/POST - September 29, 2015/(June 23,2015)
                  SUPER- November 18, 2015/(July 31, 2015)
                  COE - January 8, 2015/(September 3, 2015)
                  Security Interview - September 11, 2015 (with UD process)
                  Polygraph - November 19, 2015 (with UD process)
                  Medical - December 1, 2015 (with UD process)
                  Background Investigation - Started January 11, 2016 (to be finished January 25, 2016)
                  Home Interview - January 20, 2016
                  The Call™™™™™ - February 9, 2016 for SA

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                  • That's if your going to DC

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                    • Yeah it is up in DC.
                      USSS SA & (UD)
                      Applied - June 2015/(April 2015)
                      SAEE/POST - September 29, 2015/(June 23,2015)
                      SUPER- November 18, 2015/(July 31, 2015)
                      COE - January 8, 2015/(September 3, 2015)
                      Security Interview - September 11, 2015 (with UD process)
                      Polygraph - November 19, 2015 (with UD process)
                      Medical - December 1, 2015 (with UD process)
                      Background Investigation - Started January 11, 2016 (to be finished January 25, 2016)
                      Home Interview - January 20, 2016
                      The Call™™™™™ - February 9, 2016 for SA

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                      • I was in a sweat suit. Just follow whatever your instructions tell you. In the SS, business attire means suit with tie, business casual means suit without tie. If you got both directions, wear a suit with tie. If they don't like it, pull the tie off. Truth is, of you wear a suit, no one is going to hassle you about it.

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                        • Originally posted by Bronc_smith View Post
                          I was in a sweat suit. Just follow whatever your instructions tell you. In the SS, business attire means suit with tie, business casual means suit without tie. If you got both directions, wear a suit with tie. If they don't like it, pull the tie off. Truth is, of you wear a suit, no one is going to hassle you about it.
                          "Hi I'm here for my medical exam"
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                          • Originally posted by Bronc_smith View Post
                            UD opening Nov 30 - Dec 2
                            Just like you called it.

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                            • Originally posted by FreshStart View Post
                              Just like you called it.
                              Bronc knows all
                              USSS SA & (UD)
                              Applied - June 2015/(April 2015)
                              SAEE/POST - September 29, 2015/(June 23,2015)
                              SUPER- November 18, 2015/(July 31, 2015)
                              COE - January 8, 2015/(September 3, 2015)
                              Security Interview - September 11, 2015 (with UD process)
                              Polygraph - November 19, 2015 (with UD process)
                              Medical - December 1, 2015 (with UD process)
                              Background Investigation - Started January 11, 2016 (to be finished January 25, 2016)
                              Home Interview - January 20, 2016
                              The Call™™™™™ - February 9, 2016 for SA

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                              • All,

                                Relatively new poster, long time lurker. Just wanted to give an update on my process. Timeline as follows:

                                Applied - August 28, 2014
                                SAEE/POST - November 24, 2014
                                SUPER- February 12, 2015
                                COE - March 12, 2015
                                Security Interview - April 30, 2015
                                Polygraph - July 20, 2015
                                Medical - September 28, 2015
                                Background Investigation - In progress
                                Home Interview -
                                The Call™™™™™ -'

                                Couple questions:
                                I accepted a job and moved during this waiting process. I moved from processing out of a small regional office in the SE to the WFO in DC. I notified the ASAIC at the small office and the general 'sasupport' email address. I have not heard from either. My app is till moving forward as I keep hearing from friends/neighbors about my BC getting worked. Should I be worried about my app disappearing due to the move? Has anyone else moved during the process? If so, was anything disrupted/complicated as a result?

                                I am currently working as a GS-9 in a different agency and series. I have a master's degree, but my career connector says that I am currently being processed as a GS-7 for the SA position. Per this thread, I hear that the granting of the GS-9 is relatively informal as far as being notified (i.e when you get the call, it is mentioned almost like an afterthought). Is this the case, or should I be worried that I will not be offered the GS-9 if that is not what is reflected in CC? Is there a possibility that they will hire me at a 7, even though I have a master's? If they hire me at a 9, can I use my potential year in grade at a 9 to negotiate a 9 step 2,3,etc? (Not sounding entitled, I will be happy to get an offer regardless of the grade, just curious.)

                                Final question: I have been working VERY hard since applying to get in tip-top shape if/when this all goes down (lost about 50 lbs, slashed BF% in half, etc). I am only worried about one part - the pull-up. I do the APFT about once a month in addition to my regular regimen and can score well above passing in all but this category. Granted, I am a lady and it is a bit harder (but by no means impossible) for the ladies to master this skill. I am doing a lot of focused work on this (Y/T/W's, core work, gymnastics skill building, benching and rowing until I can't wash my hair without wincing, etc.) but still can't get my damn chin above that damn bar. Here's the question: how f*cked am I if I show up to FLETC and can't do 4 perfect pull ups?

                                Sorry for being so long winded.

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