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Is a chief allowed to go to COS?

Started by Kayll'b, January 16, 2019, 02:25:03 am

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Kayll'b

I know some chieves who want to go to COS. are they allowed to go???

thanks
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Might want to check the COS portion of the NCSA page, but I believe it's for Mitchell Award recipients only. However the Region cadet Leadership schools do accepts Chiefs and it counts the same as COS.
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Quote from: Kayll'b on January 16, 2019, 02:25:03 am
I know some chieves who want to go to COS. are they allowed to go???

thanks


Chieves?

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Quote from: arajca on January 16, 2019, 04:25:08 am
Quote from: Kayll'b on January 16, 2019, 02:25:03 am
I know some chieves who want to go to COS. are they allowed to go???

thanks


Chieves?


You put them on your baked potatoes, with sour cream and cheese and bacon. Delicious.

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Kayll'b

great thanks.

as far as chief or chieves; the rule says that if it ends in f you change it to v and add es. but classic English doesn't care about rules, so they say it has to be chiefs.
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