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  1. Maybe even bypass the 6 months and start earlier?
  2. According to AFMAN 36-2032: reapplication for nonselects/decline is 12 MONTHS not 6?
  3. Yeah but she shared her TFOT application and one can see why she was selected. Its that "Whole Person Concept" the AF loves to talk about. No flight hours but lots of leadership and volunteer experience. LORs from O6s and such. By the end I get the impression that for USAF, its better to have 100 hrs and lots of volunteer experience rather than 500 flight hrs and no volunteer experience.
  4. So if you leave after DEP then you'll need to disclose that you turned down a slot, but if you turn it down prior to DEP then you don't need to mention it? By the way, the latest version of this AFRSI 36-2001 I could find is 2005, has there not been any newer publications since?
  5. Is the difficulty because they've already spent so much on you? Sorry, I'm a civilian so I don't know what PSDM or TIS or myPers?
  6. Damn, i hope you found an answer already. So how long do you have actually?? I just found out I got CSO for a recent board and I am in the same boat. I fear if I turn it down I will be severing ties with the USAF. I need time to make this call and my recruiter is only giving me 2 days...
  7. As an AD officer is it easier for a Non Rated to apply for Pilot or ABM to Pilot? or it doesn't really matter? Also, about how long should I wait before applying for UPT? Assuming I just got out of tech school?
  8. I am thinking about applying for the FY21 OTS boards and I just wanted to assess how the acceptance rates will be for upcoming boards. I ask because I have noticed a pattern. ~2012 there was the sequestration and the acceptance rates for anything in the USAF fell to all time lows. A void was created and needed to be filled. 2016-2019, these four years saw acceptance rates rise and peak around the '18-'19. A buddy of mine who was in AFROTC tells me pilots acceptance rates was as high as 90%. The USAF then started having problems with classes being overfilled and candida
  9. Hey there, I had the same issue and was med DQd a couple years back. After I was out, I had it checked by multiple doctors who all told me the same, basically it's "stable and no risk of perforation" etc... Will it still be a problem for my eye evals at Wright Patt?
  10. Just curious if OTS rated boards have a supplemental board like AFROTC does and when is it? What happens to the slots filled by cadets who end up being DQd or leave for whatever reasons?
  11. No am currently working on my commercial at a flight school. At this point I have already invested a lot of money into this so to hang it up and put in on hold for 8 years will not leave me in good footing with the airline industry once I get out of the USAF.
  12. How do you know this? I am considering dropping my slot but my recruiter told me if I did as such, I could essentially toss away the dream of being a USAF pilot.
  13. Congrats man! I was curious, on top of your PCSM did you have strong academics or volunteer work (they seem to love this one)?
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