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On September 30, 2009, what will the Navy's FY10 enlisted accession goal be?

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PREDICTED CHANCE

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Above the August 14 goal of 35,750

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Predicted: 21.77%

Actual: 0.00%

Below the August 14 goal of 35,750

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Predicted: 23.58%

Actual: 0.00%

Exactly at the August 14 goal of 35,750

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Predicted: 54.64%

Actual: 100.00%

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September 30, 2009 @ 09:00pm PDT

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Most by: wstritt (6 predictions)

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hn-n1   •   Tue Oct 06 2009 at 11:45am PDT

wstritt (et al.),

I am awaiting release of the official FY 2010 figures. I anticipate resolution w/in 7 days (from this point). I apologize for the inconvenience, and I now realize I should have posted this aspect of the market closeout upfront and early when I published the market. I ask that you provide further patience with this market until the official figures are released (from Navy N1). As a note, there likely will be a timing correlation between release of these figures and signing of the Defense Appropriation Bill by the President.

best,
hn-n1

wstritt   •   Tue Oct 06 2009 at 03:43pm PDT

Thanks for the reply. Just curious though, if the new number won’t come out until the appropriation bill is signed, wouldn’t that be after 9/30/09 leaving 35,750 the operative number as of the 9/30 market date? Or is it that there may have been a change as of 9/30 that just hasn’t been announced yet?

Thanks again.

wstritt   •   Mon Oct 05 2009 at 03:18pm PDT

Time for market to cash out? I couldn’t find anything at www.navy.mil that indicates any change from September 2nd. Then again, I didn’t find anything there that quoted 35,750 either. Maybe that came out at same time as CNO Releases 2010 Guidance on 9/2/09?

In any event, I imagine you have better sources.

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