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magnetfreezer last won the day on April 26 2021

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  1. Missed the next paragraph where the 18th ABC denied it.
  2. https://lmgtfy.app/#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=what flying class is required for CSO
  3. HTTPS certificate expired in April, and the login form points to http://www.flyingsquadron.com/forums/ instead of https://www.flyingsquadron.com/forums/.
  4. Solid white cell admin for the CSAR-ex https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/40736/fighter-jets-collide-over-wisconsin-leading-to-crash-during-evening-training-sortie
  5. Don't forget to email the SJ squadron schedulers about an incentive flight to help you decide if you want to apply to them.
  6. Expired again (shows 16 April 21).
  7. Yep, those are some of the arguments posed by those against voter ID (voting requirement with a cost = discrimination against the poor).
  8. This... most states will give you an ID for a fee on the order of $5-20. That plus time off work, transportation, etc. could be argued to be a disincentive against the poorest/elderly. Fewer poor/elderly will have a (more expensive) smartphone to run the tracking apps to participate in society.
  9. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/39945/the-air-force-spent-134m-to-repair-39-hail-damaged-t-1-jet-trainers-its-about-to-retire
  10. Or if you're vaccinated you don't have to wear a mask while working out in the gym. That'd get some people in.
  11. From https://www.whynopadlock.com/results/26bdd552-25be-42e4-aa88-a19ba1c27922 (tests SSL of the page), the login form contains a target for the POST request (telling your browser where to send the username/password) of http://www.flyingsquadron.com/forums/login/ (even though the rest of the page is secure). Changing the HTML code for the form to target https://www.flyingsquadron.com/forums/login/ instead should fix that.
  12. 2 additional problems 1- Support functions haven't implemented it properly yet. Email MPF trying to get a document fixed, auto reply "this inbox has a 72 hour turnaround due to covid manning". Sounds like less work being done 2- No good way to call someone. Sometimes you need info/action immediately, sometimes it's just easier to get the point across over voice. Putting cell numbers in Global would pose the issues in Flea's post; some companies and agencies can forward desk phones to a cell.
  13. The Navy model eliminates most MX officers; the AMU type MX is in the flying squadrons with a chief in charge. Aircrew are division officers (FLT/CC equivalent I believe) for admin of powerplants, airframes, etc. There are a few MX Os but at the equivalent of base backshop or depot. Would this be a better model to improve morale - airmen feel more empowered to approach officers and avoid the toxic O/SNCO situations ProSuper and Pawnman mentioned. Was in an AF squadron like this - small, maintenance handled by a SMSgt who reported to the SQ/DO. Morale was high, and any issues that came up were handled appropriately (minor QA fail=recert the next day, not crush everyone). We made most of our dental appointments too.
  14. Understand at the micro level (allow those making min wage to better afford products). At the macro level, do you see a way to avoid this becoming a positive feedback loop and raising inflation (restaurants raise costs since their labor is more expensive, demand for good goes up since min wage earners have more disposable income)? Anecdotally, friends with small businesses in areas with higher than average minimum wage end up offering fewer min wage jobs the higher the wage goes. Since many min wage jobs have been entry level (teens or others who don't need the min wage job for years) in the past, is finding a way to ensure upward mobility better than continuing to raise the bottom wage?
  15. The North Hollywood bank robbery shootout (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Hollywood_shootout) and subsequent encounters with criminals with higher power weapons/body armor drove the need for rifles in patrol units. Most patrol units keep the AR in the trunk unless needed/increased threat condition, so that will reduce perceived militarization during peaceful encounters while ensuring individual units quick access to firepower when needed.
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