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EvilEagle

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  1. Many of these "new" AGR positions are converting technician positions to AGR. You can't legally pre-select someone but many times the most competitive person for that "new" AGR is the guy/girl that's in the technician position that was traded away for that AGR. YMMV
  2. You don't need to talk to a recruiter, you need to talk to a pilot to get hired. If you want to set up tests and administrative things like that, try the local AFROTC unit as well. They administer all of those tests.
  3. My unit has hired several guys straight into AGR. If you are changing airframes you'll get MEST days ("seasoning days") first. How much depends on your experience and how big of a transition you are making. Lots of ways to get a full active retirement. AGR is the easiest math, but ADOS, deployment (MPA) and seasoning all count towards your 20 years.
  4. EvilEagle

    Points, no pay?

    I know guys that have done USAFA interviews, CAP liaison and JROTC stuff for points only. Can put you in touch with one if you like.
  5. If you live near your guard unit, you work there and are home at night. Commute to the airline and you are gone at night. If you live at your airline domicile you are gone when you work either job. (Unles you are on reserve and not flying). Honestly if you think you can be happy flying a heavy, go do that. That’s likely where you need to be. Nothing wrong with that! Being a fighter guy is too much extra work to sign up for if you are trying to talk yourself into it. Just go fly heavies, be a guard bum and fly airlines. Being a part timer in a fighter squadron is hard freakin work; especially if you are an IP and trying to stay credible.
  6. Not required at any fighter unit I know.
  7. EvilEagle

    Honest feedback

    (remember, you asked for honest feedback...) You wouldn't be competitive for getting an interview here with those scores; other than pilot/nav they are all very low for fighters. Rushing is your best bet if you want to press it (unless you can re-test?) Having a slot or being an enlisted flier wouldn't have bearing (at least not positive bearing) on whether we gave you an interview. My advice is to take the heavy slot you have and enjoy your career!
  8. EvilEagle

    Upcoming Boards

    Walked into that one (STS)... (going to have to STS every damn thing I say from now on.... geez...)
  9. EvilEagle

    Upcoming Boards

    This is worth what you paid for it, YMMV, etc, etc I've seen a lot of my young enlisted guys tell me how they want to be a pilot. They enlist for tuition assistance, money, experience, whatever. All good reasons. I'd say more than 90% of them never even get an application together and submit it. Various reasons - most common is they drag their feet through school because they like being a crew chief/med tec/engine shop guy or the unit deploys and they have to go. One thing leads to another and they are all the sudden scrambling at 29 to take the tests, finish school and rush the squadron. Never works. If you enlist as a means to become a pilot, be warned: you aren't the first one to try it, some make it most (IME) don't. I love my enlisted dudes, couldn't make it happen without them and there's absolutely nothing wrong with the work they do or the career they chose. For a lot of them it was their second choice - just know that going in.
  10. EvilEagle

    Upcoming Boards

    Interview invites for the 122FS in New Orleans were sent out last night. Thanks for all the interest and the visits. Good luck to the interviewees.
  11. EvilEagle

    Upcoming Boards

    Reminder - next weekend is drill in New Orleans (May 18-20). We'll be sending out invites for UPT interviews after next weekend. Interviews will be held over drill weekend in June (8-10). Good luck and we'll see you in NOLA.
  12. EvilEagle

    Upcoming Boards

    I’ve had a lot of rotor dudes show up with the same questions. Your packet would go to an ARB (aviation review board) to determine exactly how your cross service time is to be counted and how much credit you’d get for training. Don’t be surprised if they require you to do a lot more than you expected. We hired a Navy Hornet guy and he might have to go back to SERE in addition to the chamber and centerfuge. It’s ridiculous, but a lot of it has to do its the way the USAF tracks and documents things vs the Navy way. Bottom line, that wouldn’t keep your from getting hired if you are the right guy for the job. Let the unit figure it out if they decide to offer you a job.
  13. EvilEagle

    Pilot Math

    Still a 1...
  14. EvilEagle

    GA Aircraft Flown

    My first airplane was a Glasair; kind of a cheaper RV. Not nearly the solid community as the RV folks - it's damn near a cult over there. :) When I go back to Delta, I'm going to use the time I'm not doing green dot, OPRs, MICP, MICT, form 8's, gradesheets, leave approvals, IRC, MEO, GOVCC, CBRNE and all the other excellent ancillary USAF stuff to build a plane. One thing I learned quick about owning an experimental - if you didn't build it yourself you will get sick of people asking you "did you build it?" really quick. I've got my eye on an F-1 Rocket to build...
  15. EvilEagle

    LA ANG is hiring!

    Primarily looking at UPT since those boards are more formal but anyone wanting to rush is welcome to swing by.
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