I need more information. Are you looking to go Active, Reserve, Reserve Officer? What is your background, ie prior service, job skill, etc?. When do you turn 40, etc.
Just to add a little;
There are two enlistment programs in reserves that allow up to 40 years old. Both are prior service programs and use a constructive age. The applicants skills must match the Coast Guard. You must have prior service for us to even look.
As for SRDC, The manual says not reached their 37th birthday by class convene, but I believe a message that came out lets us go older, I am not sure if the actual cut is 39 or 40, Will check on Monday.
I wish you the best of luck!
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