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  1. Flyingforce

    CSO drop nights

    I dropped the MC130H EWO. Don’t know much about it, but I’m excited!
  2. Flyingforce

    CSO drop nights

    18-11 1xF15 2xU28 (Cannon and hurlburt) 1xEC130 1xHC130 NAV 1xMC130J (Cannon) 1xMC130H EWO (Hurlburt) 6xRC135 (5 EWO 1 NAV) 1xAWACS
  3. Flyingforce

    Accepted a CSO slot

    After much thought and discussion, after getting on the ad alternate pilot list I decided to accept a CSO slot. Though not pilot, I'm just excited to be in a rated career field flying in a plane, wearing a flight suit, and dropping bombs ;). With this being said, I've been trying to find more information, with no luck on what the future of the career field is? Are there any new jets being created with two seats. Seems like all the new jets are single seaters. Also, what should I expect when I get to Pensacola? I'm 26 so I'm hoping to live off base. Any and all information would be great! I'm really excited to actually be in a plane!
  4. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    Pm'ed you Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  5. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    Dunno what I'm going to do Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  6. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    I was told it's very rare, to be picked up and to consider abm or CSO Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  7. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    Nope, the maj in charge of the board told me Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  8. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    Pilot alternate... 60 slots this year Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  9. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    Great info, thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  10. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    At least weekends usually go by fast ;) Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  11. Flyingforce

    2017 Active Duty UFT Board

    Round two... here we go again Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  12. Flyingforce

    No ppl, but lots of flight hours

    lol it's called Embry Riddle. Most get their ppls in like 70+ hours. Anyways though, I know my situation is different then most that's why I was wondering if the people who got picked up mostly got picked up cause of their flight hours and the ppl is just a reflection of that. I'm just curious if anyone knew. Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
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    No ppl, but lots of flight hours

    I flew 63 hours in 2013 then ran out of money, started flying again in October just till the cut off date. Don't have enough time to turn in a ppl. Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  14. I'm applying for this years active duty board, which meets late January. What I'm wondering is, I have over 100 hours with a pcsm of 89, but with the cut off date I wasn't able to get a ppl. That's literally my next step. Does anyone know if the board looks more at flight hours then an actual ppl; and will not having a ppl hurt my chances? Curious what your thoughts are, thanks. Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
  15. Flyingforce

    Take my Chances or Retake? HELP!

    I would not say I'm an expert by any means, but this will be my second time applying for the rated board on active duty (trying to cross train). I've been talking to the major who is in charge of the board and he's telling me "do everything you possibly can". looking at the strats of the people who have gotten picked up in the previous years, they are looking for 80 pcsms and above with a ppl. Which means get a ppl And as many flight hours as you can before the board meets. That's my two sense, take it for what it's worth. Sent from my iPhone using Baseops Network Forums
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