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  1. #1
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    Mar 2016
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    Houston
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    Marine Corps Reserves
    Status
    I am Serving
    Served
    2011 to Present

    USMC USMC: My Chain of Command who should i go to?

    hi im a reservist and ive asked my chain to help me get setup for the safety course. ive been asking them for months, and seeing as how i only have a motorcycle as my transport to and from my civilian job as well as anywhere else, to include the unit at times i really need to take that course, and i seem to be getting the run around from my section leader and platoon sergeant. i know who the POC is for the motorcycle safety course that can set it up, hes the one who told me to send it up my chain. but now it seems i might have to approach him directly, what other options do i have. maybe im not seeing something that yall are. im a corporal and the poc is a gunny, my chain consists of sgt then gunny than the LT. help please.

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    Member HAOLE's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Location
    Houston
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    Branch
    Army
    Status
    I am Serving
    Served
    1986 to Present

    Near:
    Fort Hood
    Lowest Level Echelon Safety Office/ Safety Rep

    There are funds allocated for Soldiers for mandated training, Unsure how low your chain has disseminated those funds

    Hope that helps

    Haole
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    Apr 2016
    Location
    Ogden
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    Branch
    Navy
    Status
    I Served
    Served
    1986 to 1994

    Near:
    Hill AFB
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