My current Sqn, the intent seems to be a good JD will result in less need for highly detailed FNs; if I am doing my job and well and those duties are covered in my JD, I believe I can forego stating “did expected duties” for everything. It’s the above and beyond the JD that gets the details...
I know the Navy loves Div Notes (to the point they are beyond over-used) but weekly FN might be too much. I’ve done monthly FNs so far and keep a notes/etc on things I do outside of my expected tasks (my JD and TOAs).
In bigger sub-unit, the boss will be overwhelmed with FNs if everyone is...
If you are untrained you aren’t looking for an OT you are looking for a MOC Reassignment.
Get on the DWAN and look up CFAO 11-12.
Read that first. AES Op - show stoppers are not meeting the CFAT cutoff and not being able to get Air Factor 2 on your medical category.
At the end of the day, the public doesn't really care I think. They are seeing one-liner reports on the FB wall and assuming it's all truth. RCMP did bad things, they are responsible for XYZ. Canadians don’t need guns. They need to be taken away to save lives.
Liberals want to report...
Late reply but…this is not 100% accurate. A mbr could be competitive but restricted out of current trade due to OUTCAPs. Depending on trade health, only a certain % of the TES of a trade is allowed to OT each year.
So saying “it is only because you aren’t competitive” isn’t accurate.
Was your hearing loss flying related? Wondering how that process went for an aircrew mbr. I’ve spent a few hours sitting between 4 x T-56s and half the time with one headset off…my Ann hearing test has shown a decline over the last several years.
Before going blue, there was fair amounts of...
Not to answer myself...but for anyone else looking for this type of info for their members/CofC: