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  1. Off the street guard fighters: AFOQT: March 2020, 87 pilot score TBAS: May 2020, 75 PCSM @ 60 hours Interview/selected as alternate: Aug 2020 AFOQT retake: March 2021, 93 pilot score TBAS retake: April 2021, 96 PCSM @ 100hrs Re-interviewed & hired: July 2021 FC1 requested: Oct 2021 FC1 date notification: Nov 2021 FC1: 18 Jan 2022 2 days @ Wright Patterson FC1 Stamped: 1 Feb 2022 with eye related waiver Enlisted: 6 Feb 2022 NGB Packet Submission: 16 March 2022 NGB Approval: 26 April 2022 Notified of OTS dates: 10 May 2022 OTS: 2 Aug 2022 Notified of UPT dates: ? UPT: ?
  2. The NGB emailed my recruiter, my recruiter then emailed me.
  3. Hopefully getting dates soon? Updated timeline: AFOQT test: March 2020 TBAS test: May 2020 Interview & Selected as Alternate: Aug 2020 AFOQT retake: March 2021 TBAS retake: April 2021 Interview & hired: July 2021 Submitted request to FC1: Oct 2021 Received FC1 Date: Nov 2021 FC1: 18 Jan 2022 FC1 stamped: 1 Feb 2022 Enlistment: 6 Feb 2022 NGB Packet Submission: 16 March 2022 NGB Approval: 26 April 2022
  4. From a guy who is not an ANG pilot, answering #2 with my past experience: Do your own research, learn as much as possible about the airframe, unit, and mission on your own. Then ask the questions. Your questions will be more educated, genuine, and ultimately peak your own interest; therefore, likely to lead to more meaningful conversations and connections. Telling you what to ask is not you being yourself. The quickest way for them to turn you down, is for you to ask some BS questions with the sole purpose of leaving a lasting impression to get an interview. They will see any hubris or mock version of you. Just be yourself and you will be perfectly fine. Good luck!
  5. From what I've seen in the last 2 years of being on the circuit, ~12 months from hire to OTS is a reasonable expectation for non-priors. Why did it take ~10 months to be gained after finishing MEPS? Why did it take ~6 months to get an FC1 date after being gained? Maybe there were hiccups in your MEPS physical and/or getting an FC1 date. If so, I would understand why your timeline is longer than normal. But if not, I would ask the question, are you being to patient with your recruiter? Assuming you passed your FC1, at least you made it this far regardless of how long it took.
  6. Reading through this old thread, Raytheon Technologies offers diff pay. So does Boeing I believe.
  7. Anybody here know if the NGB is taking > or < 60 days for for recent approvals to appoint? hoping to hit OTS this summer/fall. Update on the now 2 year old timeline: AFOQT test: March 2020 TBAS test: May 2020 Interview & Selected as Alternate: Aug 2020 AFOQT retake: March 2021 TBAS retake: April 2021 Interview & hired: July 2021 Submitted request to FC1: Oct 2021 Received FC1 Date: Nov 2021 FC1: 18 Jan 2022 FC1 stamped: 1 Feb 2022 Enlistment: 5 Feb 2022 NGB Submission: 16 March 2022
  8. I am off the street, non-prior. The common misconception is that you need to go to MEPS and be enlisted prior to the FC1. That is not true. I was just as confused when my recruiter told me that I would be skipping MEPS all together and enlisting AFTER I received an FC1 stamp. Turned out to be about the smoothest process I could ask for.
  9. Update on the timeline: AFOQT test: March 2020 TBAS test: May 2020 Interview & Selected as Alternate: Aug 2020 AFOQT retake: March 2021 TBAS retake: April 2021 Interview & hired: July 2021 Submitted request to FC1: Oct 2021 Received FC1 Date: Nov 2021 FC1: 18 Jan 2022 FC1 stamped: 1 Feb 2022 Enlistment: 6 Feb 2022 NGB approval: OTS dates: Anyone have recent gouge on the time it takes to get OTS dates after submitting the NGB officer packet?
  10. Update on the timeline: AFOQT test: March 2020 TBAS test: May 2020 Interview & Selected as Alternate: Aug 2020 AFOQT retake: March 2021 TBAS retake: April 2021 Interview & hired: July 2021 Submitted request to FC1: Oct 2021 Received FC1 Date: Nov 2021 FC1: 18 Jan 2022 FC1 stamped: 1 Feb 2022
  11. Just finished up at WP and required an OCT waiver (thinner than normal, behind the retina). The docs said this is a rubber stamp waiver and should be approved no problem...will see if that holds true. I'm curious if anyone has completed their FC1 in recent weeks/months and has any idea of current timeline for receiving FC1 stamps/notification of approval.
  12. News that Wright Patterson AFB Commander Col. Patrick Miller is now considering moving the base to HPCON Delta due to the rise of COVID cases. If WPAFB moves to HPCON Delta, how would that impact those of us with upcoming flight physicals? What has happened in the past when a base is moved to Delta? Hoping someone on here can share their opinion/thoughts on this. Source below: https://www.springfieldnewssun.com/local/just-in-wright-patterson-commander-weighs-move-to-stricter-health-condition-delta/SCFUWY45ZBH7RJQYTLCRQEMURI/
  13. Anybody heading to Wright Patterson the week of 18 January?
  14. @Aviator555When did you submit a request for an FC1 appointment? My recruiter sent my request and I had my FC1 dates from WP back to me within 2-3 weeks. I am also Guard, so maybe the timeline is a little different for you.
  15. Update on the timeline: AFOQT test: March 2020 TBAS test: May 2020 Interview & Selected as Alternate: Aug 2020 TBAS retake: April 2021 AFOQT retake: March 2021 Interview & hired: July 2021 Submitted request to FC1: Oct 2021 Received FC1 Date: Nov 2021 FC1: 18 Jan 2022
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