5.11.2013

PCS - Phase 1

Well, about 6 weeks after I turned in my notice I recieved an "exit interview questionaire" and a "PCS questionaire". I was on vacation when I recieved them so I returned them about 4 days ago. I'm still waiting for phase 2.

The PCS questionaire is focused on personnel details like point of origin, whether you need a pack out, whether you are traveling with pets, where you are PCSing to, etc. The exit interview is a ratings sheet for the company and island life in general.

This weekend will be the first of at least two patio sales I plan to have.

If you are reading this on island, come by 456B on monday from 9-12.

Only 38 more days left on "The Rock"!

7 comments:

Charles E. (Chuck) Corway said...

If you want detailed info on the ATI flight experience check out my blog 'The (ex-) Kwaj Drafter' (http://kwajdrafter.blogspot.com)

PeterY said...

Hi, as an kwajer in my youth, it will be interesting to see what you miss when you land back on the mainland! But following your blog the last few years, kudos for really seemingly taking time to enjoy the here and now of the experience! Cheers Peter

Rebecca said...

I'm curious to see what I'll miss too. ;)

vgtz said...

I remember ages ago when Rebecca said she'd be "moving to and exotic new location" after Kwaj, apparently it's so exotic she doesn't even have Internet access... 0_o

Rebecca said...

LOL! Sorry. Once I started the process of leaving, it took over and I forgot about all else.

I've now been Stateside for a little over three months (with high speed internet) and I'm loving it.

More freedom, more variety, more grocery stores...

I have been missing the ability to just walk out my back door and see my friends though. It is more difficult to meet people when they aren't forced to socialize with those located the closest.

If you have any questions, I'll be happy to answer them but the Kwajalein Adventure has officially ended.

Rebecca said...

LOL! Sorry. Once I started the process of leaving, it took over and I forgot about all else.

I've now been Stateside for a little over three months (with high speed internet) and I'm loving it.

More freedom, more variety, more grocery stores...

I have been missing the ability to just walk out my back door and see my friends though. It is more difficult to meet people when they aren't forced to socialize with those located the closest.

If you have any questions, I'll be happy to answer them but the Kwajalein Adventure has officially ended.

vgtz said...

Thanks Rebecca, glad to hear you're surviving "Kwaj decompression" nicely! Did you ever feel trapped when you were there? That would be what I'd be most afraid of. I wonder if that's why some people show up and then leave right away, claustrophobia...