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Surprised nobody has posted yet.

Well, i'm sure somebody in the class can correct me if I'm wrong.

From what I remember.

XL 09-08 Track

3x AD and 1x Guard T-38

2x AD UH-1s

4x(?) AD T-44s

11x? T-1s

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Surprised nobody has posted yet.

Well, i'm sure somebody in the class can correct me if I'm wrong.

From what I remember.

XL 09-08 Track

3x AD and 1x Guard T-38

2x AD UH-1s

4x(?) AD T-44s

11x? T-1s

T38 was 2 AD, 1 guard A10, 1 portuguese

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CB 09-01 (not exact...)

T-38:

F-16

T-6 FAIP

UAV

A-10 (Guard)

F-16 (Guard)

T-1:

4? C-17s (1 Guard)

C-5

KC-135

KC-10

T-1 FAIP

U-28

UAV

I'm sure I missed someone in here. Definitely not the kind of history I wanted to watch happen...

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VN 09-01 Assignment Night

KC-10 Travis

F-15E Seymore Johnson

KC-135x2 McConnel and Mildenhal

RC-12 BTD

RC-12 Mississippi

C-17 Hickam

C-21 Peterson

E-3 Tinker

C-17 McChord

B-1 Dyess

E-6 tinker

MQ-1 (UAV) BTD

C-130 pope

KC-135 Ohio

B-2 Whiteman

T-6 FAIP

C-17 charleston

Some FAIPs got their assignment

A-10

U-28x 2

F-16x2

C-17

C-130P

F-15C

F-15E

09-01 bought a whole bunch of hard alcohol for the guy that got the UAV, after he was "presented" with the UAV, his whole class lined up and gave him the alcohol and a hug/hand shake/pat on the back. I think Col. Nowalnd and some other high rankers did the same thing.

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XL 09-01 from what I remember:

T-38

F-16/F-22

F-15E

UAV

T-6 FAIP

T-1

UAV

KC-135 McConell X3

C-17 Hickham (ANG)

C-17 Charleston

C-17 McGuire

C-17 McCord

C-17 Travis

KC-135 March (Res)

U-28

RC-12

T-6 FAIP

T-1 FAIP

RC-135

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Guest Miclhstrase

Here's an update on the track selects to-date in this thread.

FWIW:

T38 drops went from ~25% in 07 to `15% for the 09 classes.

TOTALS

07-10 through 09-08

AD only

T-38

192

20.65%

T-1

549

59.03%

T-44

130

13.98%

UH-1

59

6.34%

total: 930

Track_Selects.xls

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Last Friday the drop was a great one...

2---CV-22s (Kirtland)

1--60 (Moody)

3--U-H1 (F.E., Andrews, Fairchild)

Those were the first two CV-22s to drop in a very long time. We had an IP leave for them a month ago, but hopefully the trent continues.

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VN 09-02

T-1's:

KC-10 McGUIRE

NSA

KC-10 TRAVIS

T-1 FAIP

E-3 TINKER x2

UAV x2 CREECH

KC-135 McCONNELL x 3 (one was ang)

C-21 GERMANY

C-17 McCHORD

NAVY: E-6

ANG: KC-135 MAINE

T-38's:

T-6 FAIP

UAV x2 CREECH

NSA

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Guest Flyin' AF Hawaiian

CBM 09-02

T-38:

F-15Ex2

UASx2

T-6

RC-12

T-1:

C-17 Hickam

C-17 McGuire

KC-135 McConnell

RC-12

UASx3 (1 USAFR)

KC-10 Travis

C-5 NYANG

B-52 Barksdale (Reserve)

T-1

There are definitely a couple more that I missed. I know there was at least one U-28/PC-12, as well as a few more from the heavy side. The class here at CBM seemed to be pretty heavy as far as Guard/Reserve dudes went. Overall a rough drop to watch.

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Guest Dunce

Great time to be dropping...

The T-38s at XL is a LITTLE different...

F-15E

2xNSA

B-1

UAV

RC-12

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I just got this via email from a dude in my class from a VN stud.

Any VN or CB 09-03 studs want to clarify if this is legit?

UAS Creech

UAS Cannon

C-17 McChord

C-17 Travis

C-17 Charleston

C-17 McGuire

C-21 Scott

C-21 Andrews

RC-12

T-6 FAIP (obviously Vance specific)

KC-135 Mildenhall

KC-135 McConnell

KC-135 Kadena

KC-10 Travis

KC-10 McGuire

E-8 Robins

AC-130 Cannon

C-5 Travis

E-3 Tinker

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Guest Flyin' AF Hawaiian

CBM 09-10 Track Select:

24 Studs Total

3 T-38s (1 International)

1 UH-1

4 T-44s (Me!)

15 T-1s (2 Reserve, 3 Guard)

1 T-6 (ALPster)

Overall seemed pretty standard for track selects lately.

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Guest chrisLS1

VN 09-10 Track Select

2 T-38

3 T-44 (1 Reserve)

1 Helo

10 T-1

Edited by chrisLS1

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Fort Rucker 09-01 Drop:

HH-60G - Davis-Monthan, AZ

HH-60G - RAF Lakenheath, England

HH-60G - Patrick AFB, FL (Guard/Reserve)

UH-1N - Minot AFB, ND

UH-1N - Fairchild AFB, WA

UH-1H - Ft. Rucker, AL (FAIP)

:thumbsup:

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VN 09-03 Assignment Night -- First class with no T-38's

T-1:

UAS x 2 Cannon and Creech

RC-12 x 1 BTD

C-17 x 2 McChord and Charleston

C-5 x 1 Travis

KC-135 x 3 ANG, McConnell, Mildenhall

KC-10 x 1 McGuire

FAIP x 1 T-6

E-8 x 1 Robbins

E-6 x 1 Tinker

C-21 x 1 Andrews

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Guest leboss

CB 09-03 Assignment Night

T1 Only:

C-17 McChord

C-17 Charleston

KC-135 McConnell

KC-10 Travis

KC-10 McGuire

C-21 Scott

UAS x 2 Creech

T-1 FAIP

E-3 Tinker

KC-135 New Jersey Gaurd

KC-135 Pennsylvania Gaurd

Only two of the assignments (one of the UAS was number three on the dude's list) were low on the dream sheet, so pretty good night for Columbus.

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XL 09-03

All Toners

This is what I can remember.

1 UAS to Creech

2 UAS to Cannon

2 C-17s (1 to McGuire, one somewhere else)

4 KC-135 (2 guard) 1 to McConnell and one to Japan

2 KC-10 Travis (these dudes seemed happy)

1 E-3 Tinker

1 T-1 XL

1 AC-130! (A pipe dream come true for this dude from what i'm told, I guess somebody pulled some strings)

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XL 09-03:

C-17 X 2 ( McGuire :rock: Travis)

Yes we got 3 UAV's! :flipoff: (I think we bought an extra one w/ that AC-130)

KC-10 Travis X 2

KC-10 McGuire

KC-135 McConnell

KC-135 Kadena

KC-135 Ohio ANG

KC-135 TN ANG

KC-135 KS ANG

and the rest were what USAF posted

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