SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION (continued) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.)
19. DATES (YY/MM):
COURSE: BNCOC, 75H Phase I & II, Ft Jackson, SC
The resume is very important. It shows your ability to communicate in written form. Write at the 12th grade level and use a thesaurus to help with vocabulary. Use spell and grammar checks becuase errors will disadvantage an application and reflect poorly on the applicant's effort to communicate.
20. DATES (YY/MM):
COURSE: Warrior Leader Course (WLC) Ft Knox, KY
List GPA, accomplishments and the most important aspects you learned from training/military education. You may separate the various phases of BNCOC. Be sure to list your class standing, GPA, APFT score and any other outstanding measure of success you achieved while in school. Special skill courses such as airborne, air assault, pathfinder and the like are NOT necessary to list here; they should appear on your enlisted records brief (ERB). If not, then update your record to reflect accordingly. Correspondence course completions, not subcourses may be listed here to show your technical acumen. It is adviserble however, to only list course completions germane to the warrant specialty you desire to serve in.
21. DATES (YY/MM):
COURSE: 75H Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Ft Jackson, SC
Make all entries reader-friendly and avoid overuse of acronyms. Board members may be unfamiliar with your PMOS so use easily understood terms. Keep all descriptions short, concise, and to the point while focusing on the main learning objective of the course. Good luck!
HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Dec 2008
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