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  1. I applied in a previous year and was told by the board that my assignment team told them that if I were selected they would not release me. I wasn’t told this until after the fact and after I had spent lots of money getting some flight hours, my spouse had delayed pursuing jobs in order to wait to see if I’d be moving to a UPT base, etc. When I had originally asked them prior to applying the assignment team made it sound like it wouldn’t be a problem at all, but I could have been more specific about my situation. It sucked. It’s whatever, the point is just that I wouldn’t gamble on this at all - every person should call their assignment team and ask if they are releasing people, better yet do it over email and get documentation.
  2. https://www.amazon.com/AFOQT-Study-Guide-2018-Qualifying/dp/1628454776/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1516820418&sr=8-1&keywords=afoqt https://www.amazon.com/AFOQT-Practice-Test-Book-Qualifying/dp/1635301491/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1516820418&sr=8-3&keywords=afoqt I used these two. The first one I purchased because when you look at it on Amazon you can click the 'look inside' button and scroll through a good amount of the book and get a feel for the amount of actual info they have on the pilot knowledge section. The second one I got for practice tests, be warned that some of the questions have incorrect answers in the back but that is only for 2 or 3 and luckily the questions they have the wrong answer for are pretty easy to catch. There is a website where I paid like 10 bucks for 3 pdfs of tests that I don't recommend.
  3. I believe this is in regards to the upcoming 2018 active duty board which will meet in a few weeks for current officers.
  4. For the TBAS, not enough. For the AFOQT, multiple hours a week for two or three months. I took every practice test I could find but I only studied the pilot categories.
  5. I improved my AFOQT pilot score from a 71 to a 99 and it improved my PCSM from a 36 to a 62. The small improvement on the PCSM even with a good AFOQT pilot score is reflective of have done really poorly on the TBAS. I have two AFOQT study books I'd be happy to send you if you are interested. PM me.
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