Green To Gold Acceptance Rate

Fort Sill trio selected for Green to Gold program

“My GT score was 103. After a bit of those professional development conversations with him, I gave in. I went to the education center (at Fort Sill) and signed up for the BSEP (Basic Skills Education Program) and raised my GT score to 115, and I also raised all my line scores dramatically.

Blanco said he nearly has a bachelors degree but has had to pursue a different degree to qualify and participate in Green to Gold. Now at Cameron University, he will undergo interdisciplinary studies with a focus on military sciences and organizational leadership. He holds a military occupational specialty (MOS) of 14T, Patriot Launching Station Enhanced Operator-Maintainer. While he waits for the fall semester at Cameron, Blanco works as an administrative assistant and operations NCO for 3-6th ADA. He was the Fires Center of Excellences curriculum developer of the year for 2017.

The warrant officer urged Blanco to study so he could raise his GT score.

FORT SILL, Okla. (Feb. 8, 2017) — Out of more than 1,600 Soldiers nationwide who applied for this years Army Green to Gold Active Duty Option — a two-year college degree program that produces commissioned officers — Cameron University in Lawton had four Soldiers chosen.

FORT SILL, Okla. (Feb. 8, 2017) — Out of more than 1,600 Soldiers nationwide who applied for this years Army Green to Gold Active Duty Option — a two-year college degree program that produces commissioned officers — Cameron University in Lawton had four Soldiers chosen.

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