Jump to content
Baseops Forums

UPTapplicant2017

Registered User
  • Content Count

    54
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

-1 Punk

About UPTapplicant2017

  • Rank
    Crew Dawg

Profile Information

  • Interests
    Things that go fast

Recent Profile Visitors

1,220 profile views
  1. Last fighter interview I went to told me they got something like 160 application's. Everything is fair game at that point don't you think?
  2. The non-prior dudes hired at my unit last year are just leaving for OCS in 2 weeks - expecting about the same timeline as them (a year or so) Age 25. Guard / Non-Prior AFOQT - June 2016 TBAS - Nov 2016 AFOQT #2 - January 2017 Hired - March 2019 Enlist w/ Unit - ? MEPS - ? Wright Pat FC1 - ? ANG Board Approved - ? TFOT - ? UPT - ?
  3. @mtys999 in my humble opinion that's a good indicator you might want to try the TBAS again. If you can afford more flying lessons and get your PPL that will help you 2X.
  4. @mtys999 What does your hypothetical score max out at with 201+ flight hours? It should list a column of hypothetical scores below on your PCSM score sheet.
  5. best of luck man - see you out there!
  6. @Duck knew a guy in college and that was his move every Friday - get drunk and hook up with the ugly chick. We called him KOTU (King of the Underworld.) Always said: "if you aim for the ground you'll never miss" We always appreciated it because it usually set his boys up for the win with that girls friends. @FlyingMonkey95 A few of my friends that I've met at meet and greets during boards got hired and did the FC1 at WP over the last few months. I know they had stuff they were concerned about too. I get the impression they only know what you tell them - but I could be wrong - YMMV. Have you gotten an interview yet? I would focus on getting an interview before worrying about something like that.
  7. ^ can verify that is correct. MA did hire at least one who did not attend the meet and greet.
  8. @admdelta @Hopefulflyer389 I'll be there both days arriving around 12-1pm on Saturday.
  9. I'm calling bull***t on this - none of it makes sense. I've been in general aviation for 2 years now at a flight school in the New England area (not ECAC) and have never heard of someone failing a PPL checkride three times. What was the name of your DPE? It's not un-common for $500 PPL checkride. DPE Marc Nathanson's instructor rides are $1000 and $500 for a re-test. You need to do your research. There are certain DPE's that we don't use in the area and I might be able to help. For instance, DPE Don Martel in Sandford, Maine costs $350 for a PPL checkride. Go up north for your ride and log some flight hours towards your PCSM while your at it. What was the name of your instructor at ECAC? Odds are I know who it is. DM me. We have clients all the time wanting to rent aircraft and we send them to ECAC - we also have students needing to get their mult-engine and complex rating done and we send them to ECAC too. I have not heard of a bad experience yet in 2 years and probably over 15 students that we've sent over there. I find it hard to believe an instructor would sign you off that many times if you weren't ready - our instructors get let go for a certain amount of check ride failures, NOT TO MENTION he could get his license revoked from the Burlington FSDO (do you know how much it costs to get an instructor rating these days?) ALSO the Burlington and Portland FSDO's have investigating DPE's for high pass rates and not following check ride protocol (the ACS) - SO - if you don't know your sh^t or you're dangerous in the air - then you aren't going to pass. They aren't going to put their job in jeopardy by passing someone who doesn't deserve it. This makes 0 sense.
  10. @JGreenbaum I work at a flight school and I'd say on average a career minded student *training full-time* takes about a 1-1.5 years from 0 flight time to CFI and then 1-1.5 years after that to build to 1,500 hours. I live up north and we get a lot of weather cancellations. I've heard some CFI's in Florida getting to 1,500hrs within a year after they get their CFI rating. Keep in mind this timeline may be a different timeline than what a specific aviation college (Embry Riddle, BSU, UND) would have for you.
  11. anyone else going out to Tusla for the meet and greet?
×
×
  • Create New...