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  1. Great to know. Thanks!
  2. Will do, thanks again. Appreciate it.
  3. This is great, thank you! Do ANG guys have the option to live on base? I'd do that in a heartbeat.
  4. I did my best to search the forums, but didn't come up with much. Unfortunately, the HIANG site doesn't have much information either. From a financial standpoint, I'm just curious how one lives on Oahu with a Guard salary. I'm not too clear on who is eligible to receive BAH, or if you're allowed to live on base or not. If anyone here has experience with this, I'd be most appreciative of any insight you can provide.
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    The new airline thread

    Or United just has the worst flight attendants and customer service agents in the industry..
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    Chances for Fighter Units?

    Heh, I sent screenshots (with his intro post) to a Maj I know here at Buckley, and his cousin who flies over at the Portland F15 unit.
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    The Next President is...

    Sucks because this is exactly what they wanted. They have to be pissing themselves with excitement watching this whole thing unravel.
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    The Next President is...

    Apparently it's already been given the kibosh. He's far too busy with all his morale boosting visits to the troops his golf course.
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    Columbus AFB Information

    Sounds like you already understand it will be a hassle to get to base...and you already plan on buying a car. So why not just buy one and drive it there?
  10. Exactly. Strange that your recruiter is already mentioning age at 26. There was a guy who applied to 17OT04 through my recruiter and got picked up for pilot, and he's 28. It's a tight squeeze but he'll be considered age critical and should get thrown into OTS sooner than most.
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    Professional pilot kill recreation?

    My dad flew F-4J's during Vietnam for the Navy, and was big into flying little Cessna's around after he got out. Eventually the passion faded. He would keep current with his PPL but that was about it. It wasn't until my siblings and I were old enough to tag along that he really started getting into it again. I think just being able to share the the joys of aviation with us, seeing the looks on our faces, really lit the fire in him again and reminded him of how much he loved doing it.