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  1. 2018 Active Duty UFT Board

    if he is not currently an active duty officer than this process is completely different
  2. 2018 Active Duty UFT Board

    Right. But we have zero idea if those are accurate and they had the opportunity to indicate if they are, they chose not to.
  3. 2018 Active Duty UFT Board

    I'm glad they finally posted something. But we all would have loved a hint at how it is looking this year in terms of slots. "Pushing for a 28Feb18 release with an estimated number of slots around the same as last year." At least that would make the wait easier I feel like.
  4. 2018 Active Duty UFT Board

    I feel like we all want the board to do this again this year. I'm not sure what they gain by not or what they would lose by being a bit more transparent.
  5. 2018 Active Duty UFT Board

    If you found out on Monday the 13th last year then that would correspond with today in terms of this year's timeline. Ideally someone from the board will post on here when the list gets pushed to commanders or someone will post as soon as the hear anything. But I think we will see a delay this year following them pushing back the deadline to apply.
  6. 2018 Active Duty UFT Board

    I'm curious about this as well, I posted over in the general discussion forum. I hope you don't mind.
  7. IFT Pipeline

    In the pilot selection forum for the 2018 rated board, @Hopeful_guy wrote, "Curious what effect the IFT issues/backup will have on selection this year. Anyone know if this is as huge of an issue as they make it seem?" I thought it was a good question and would get more traction over here. What are folks impressions on the training pipeline backlog and how many slots will be available for the upcoming rated board scheduled for January? In the past four years they have selected 51, 46, 14, 60 pilots from an unknown number of applicants. Out of curiosity and only questionably relevant, I googled "usafa class of 201X statistics" to find a fact page for each of the last four classes and how many went to pilot training, those numbers are (2014-2017) 445, 360, 345, 386.
  8. Deciding to retake AFOQT

    I'm also interested in his question about retaking the AFOQT and seeing a change in the PCSM, do other people have data points for original AFOQT-PCSM scores and secondary AFOQT-PCSM scores?