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  1. Above post... words. TLDR We've got 0-4s Transition of 5k Unlimited, clear of clouds.
  2. Farewell, Line of the Air Force: Massive officer category broken out into six groups The first promotion board to use the new categories will be the lieutenant colonel board scheduled to meet next March, Air Force personnel chief Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly said at the briefing. https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2019/10/21/farewell-line-of-the-air-force-massive-officer-category-broken-out-into-six-groups/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=Socialflow+AIR The complete list of career fields in each category is as follows: ♦ Air Operations and Special Warfare, or LAF-A: pilot (11X), combat systems (12X), remotely piloted aircraft pilot (18X), air battle manager (13B), special tactics (13C), combat rescue (13D), tactical air control party (13L); ♦ Space Operations, or LAF-S: space operations (13S), astronaut (13A); ♦ Nuclear and Missile Operations, or LAF-N: nuclear and missile operations (13N); ♦ Information Warfare, or LAF-I: cyber operations (17X), intelligence (14N), operations research analyst (61A), weather (15W), special investigations (71S), information operations (14F), public affairs (35X); ♦ Combat Support, or LAF-C: airfield operations (13M), aircraft maintenance (21A), munitions and missile maintenance (21M), logistics readiness (21R), security forces (31P), civil engineering (32E), force support (38F), contracting (64P), financial management (65X); ♦ Force Modernization, or LAF-F: chemist (61C), physicist/nuclear engineer (61D), developmental engineer (62E), acquisition management (63A).
  3. https://www.facebook.com/AirEducationandTrainingCommand/videos/303497466922315/UzpfSTIwMDk5OTQwMzQwNzA0MToxMTA0MzQzODAzMDcyNTky/
  4. Developing, but reports say pilot ejected. Hoping to hear good news on their status soon.
  5. https://www.timesrecordnews.com/story/news/local/2018/09/11/sheppard-afb-reports-aircraft-incident-few-details-released/1266598002/ https://www.ajc.com/news/national/jet-crashes-sheppard-air-force-base-injured/687LgwhFBP8IwG2YDHoK7J/ Sheppard Twitter:
  6. https://twitter.com/jwsthomson/status/1028134044502908929?s=21 some audio and and transcripts of pilot.
  7. Developing, but sounds like someone ( mechanic?) stole a plane from Sea Tac airport. Took off. Got intercepted. Did a barrell roll. Crashed. Horizon Q-400 These attachments show Sheriff airplane circling crash
  8. Kadena saying pilot ejected and has been safely recovered. https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2018/06/11/kadena-air-base-f-15-crashes-off-okinawa/
  9. In my experience, yes there is a notable difference. In my research, USAA asked something along the lines of "Do you fly often?" If so, their rates went up quite a bit. AAFMAA didn't have a flying occupation penalty, and specifically noted that they cover people who fly for a living.
  10. SEOUL, South Korea — Search crews recovered the body of one of two pilots of a South Korean fighter jet that slammed into a mountain Thursday while flying home from a mission. https://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/s-korean-f-15-crashes-body-of-pilot-recovered-search-for-co-pilot-to-continue-1.520517 Fly safe - this spike of incidents is troubling.
  11. When you get your training paperwork, there will be a list of thing to accomplish before reporting. Do those. If submitting security paperwork clearance is required, that will be on the list with specifics possibly in an attachment. When you report to training, you'll have more to-do lists. Again, do those. If doing security paperwork is a requirement, it will be on there.
  12. Early information looks like collision and both pilots in hospital. SC Guard jets. Crashes look like they were in Bulldog MOA. http://www.wrdw.com/content/news/search-underway-for-second-pilot-in-two-plane-collision-in-Louisville-382180851.html Nice work again, AFE!
  13. http://abcnews.go.com/International/us-air-force-16-crashes-afghanistan-pilot-safely/story?id=38008450
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