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  1. B) If I'm reading it right it's not only allowed but mandatory by Apr 2021. Green boots won't be authorized with the green bag after that.
  2. Plus a couple in FAIP drops. Like all other drops Mr.Elephant it's all timing and luck. Then if you're fortunate to have one you better be better than all the others that want it. Choose the track you would be happiest in if there isn't an Osprey for you at the end.
  3. They've changed it recently. Use https://web.mail.us.af.mil/owa and it should redirect you to the correct url for your physical location. Militarycac.com is my go to for the correct link when the one I'm using inevitably stops working.
  4. Seriously? "The report said an absence of wing leadership contributed to the officer misconduct. It singles out Velino, who took command of the 47th, for being on TDY for 135 days during his first six months, or about 73 percent of the time. That included 128 days at Pilot Instructor Training at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, the report said." Other parts of the report aside it turns out being on a mandatory TDY in order to do your job is wrong.
  5. Sounded to me more like a community wide issue based off the charts presented in P.16 of the AIB and end of the article. Not just one guy.
  6. Better than "closed for training" all day long. Or how it seems every admin office decides they all need to take lunch at the same time rather than split it up because we couldn't actually be available to those they're supporting. That sounds like work.
  7. 3 more bite the dust. https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2018/10/31/three-commanders-fired-from-laughlin-flying-training-wing-for-failing-to-stop-misconduct/ Edit: Word from Laughlin is the wing cc, 47th ops group cc, 87th cc, and 87th do were all relieved. To be replaced with guys from other upt bases.
  8. It's pretty quiet out there. The Laughlin T-1s use LBB for trans sorties if everywhere else is socked in and it's regularly used by T-1 nav sorties. I don't recall an overwhelming amount of commercial or civilian traffic, most of that is down in Midland. Not even sure how much the Lancer moas get used by the dyess folks.
  9. T6 is manually operated. I don't recall it being terribly difficult to open solo. The biggest PIA with it was the hooks not latching properly.
  10. To stay on topic here go to this thread and ask further questions there. Info about the UH-1 and 60s in there. It's a goldmine for upt studs, share it with your class.
  11. Will they also be replacing the birds at Rucker, Andrews, Yokota, etc? I was able to find this article but even that isn't super clear if it's all UH-1s and TH-1s, only the nuke ones, or some of this some of that.
  12. Update. “It appears the aircraft experienced engine failure on final approach at low altitude, configured for landing before our Airmen ejected,” Robinson said, speaking of the T-6 crash.
  13. Glad everyone made it out of this one ok. Those seats are once again proving to be worth every penny. Also found this on twitter.
  14. No SA on the 38/toner split but the full drop for 18-13 was, TBD x2 Saudi KC-135 x2 MacDill KC-135 Mildenhall KC-135 Fairchild KC-135 Pittsburgh IAP KC-10 Travis C-17 JBLM C-17 Elmendorf C-5 Travis C-130J Dyess CV-22 Hurlburt F-16 x2 TBD F-15E SJ B-52 Barksdale T-6 Laughlin T-1 Laughlin T-38 Laughlin E-3 Tinker
  15. Indeed. XL 18-12 T-1s C-21 Scott C-17 Travis C-5M Kelly C-130J Keesler C-130H3 Minneapolis HC-130J Moody KC-135 Scott KC-135 Bangor KC-135 Mildenhall KC-135 Fairchild KC-135 MacDill T-38s Saudi TBD B-52 Barksdale F-16 TBD x2 F-15E Seymour Johnson Iraq TBD x2 E-3 Tinker T-6 Laughlin
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