So I was saying "Later!" to some of the people at my squadron today and I got what I thought was some good advice from a Maj that I work for/with whom I respect quite a bit.
He said, "The AF doesn't care if you've got zero hours or 10,000 at any of their pilot training courses. They care if you learn to do exactly what they say, exactly how they tell you to do it. They don't want to hear, 'Well, I learned to do it this way from my instructor.'"
It made sense to me, and while I never in
So, here's my Blog of going through IFS, class 07-11.
I've never done a Blog before, so please no bashing if I break some rule of "Blog etiquette".
There are a number of active duty pilot's there, and I'm sure at least one of them has heard of Baseops.net, so I'm not going to be doing any serious bashing of anyone, I still want to graduate!!
And I won't guarantee spelling either, so suck it up if you're a grammar/spelling nazi!!!
I'm driving out of my base this Tuesday for the 10 ho