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  1. Congratulations on being picked up! And I wouldn't say you're speaking out of your ass lol. From what I've gathered thus far, that all seems to be true. I know I will kick myself later if I don't pursue mil flying now though, so time will tell. Once again, thanks a bunch for the response. @ryleypav
  2. Thanks a ton for the great information! I do know that other engineering fields have a little less flexibility (i.e. Civil and maybe ChemE) than ComSci, EE, CompE, etc. I'm going to do my due diligence regarding the right mix of job + location + airframe to make sure it works well. Once again, thank you for taking the time to respond. Edit: I meant to ask, which airframe do you fly and it seems like you are in a perfect mix right now between your civil career and your flying career. How are you managing to currency for TR at the moment? @ryleypav
  3. On average, how often would these trips be? Of course it would depend on the mission and wartime/peacetime but would you have an idea of a previous schedule? Thanks for the response. @jazzdude
  4. That's great news! Devoting enough time to both is something I'm most curious about. With the jobs I'm most interested in, I would be able to work from home somewhat and could probably manage to take 1 full week away from work per month. I figured fighters would have to devote more time due to currencies and whatnot. Thanks a lot for taking the time to reply. @SocialD
  5. Thank you so much for the follow up! I'm a computer engineering student at the moment. Generally we have lots of work from home opportunities. Once again, thank you.
  6. Thank you both for taking the time to respond. If you don't mind my asking, which airframe did you fly ?@CharlieHotel47
  7. I've done some poking around in regards to this question of "Having an engineering career while flying?". I've gathered that it's airframe and location dependent but I was wondering if anyone is currently doing this that I might be able to connect with? I would be most interested in heavys (C17, KC135, C130, etc). Thanks.
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