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ENJJPT select!

99 Pilot/84 PCSM/no PPL but 30 hours. Not rated and first time applying. Additional app stuff: O8 LoR, SOS complete, Masters complete. Unclear how much weight they put on stuff like that but you never know. 
 

Very surprised but extremely excited. 

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Took awhile to get an answer but it's good news. UPT-Select! 

96p/92pcsm, PPL w/80flt hrs, URT T-6 IP, former MQ-9 LRE.

congrats to all who got selected! Any RPA selects feel free to reach out if you want to talk about the pipeline.

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2 hours ago, CapsuleSleeper said:

What career field are you? I have something similar going out and  just found out my CFM pulled my package behind my back before the board ever met.

Seriously? That's a dirty move. That's the type of thing that makes people leave the Air Force. 

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UPT select, my CFM said they wouldn't release me, but I made it through somehow! I was shocked when I heard the news

95 pilot/90 PCSM & PPL with 300+ hrs

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URT select/UPT wanted

99 Pilot, 93 PCSM w/22 hours

UPT med DQ out of ROTC and second board attempt.

Congrats to the selectees, and crush it for those of us that can’t!  

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9 minutes ago, CoolCar said:

100

Interesting! That’s more than I expected, thanks for sharing. I’m curious how many of those 100 were also applying to guard/reserve boards. I’ve been applying to them for about 18 months and the number of applicants has been higher than normal I’ve heard. 

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23 minutes ago, DBlue said:

Ah, how was your 1st experience with MFS? Need any waivers?

It was fine. Just a lot of waiting and medical exams. I went in the winter so it was a snowy and cold. I already have two waivers approved pending completion of MFS. One for having weird eyes and one for childhood asthma which wasn't asthma.

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12 minutes ago, Arkbird said:

It was fine. Just a lot of waiting and medical exams. I went in the winter so it was a snowy and cold. I already have two waivers approved pending completion of MFS. One for having weird eyes and one for childhood asthma which wasn't asthma.

13 minutes ago, Arkbird said:

It was fine. Just a lot of waiting and medical exams. I went in the winter so it was a snowy and cold. I already have two waivers approved pending completion of MFS. One for having weird eyes and one for childhood asthma which wasn't asthma.

Blessings to an uneventful trip to WRAFB this next time! I hear the vision assessment is intense.

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4 minutes ago, Arkbird said:

Vision isn't bad. It's pretty much the same as anywhere else except they also use a machine to take pictures of your eyes. They specifically look at your retina, optic nerve, and cornea I believe.

Interesting. Looking forward to it! 

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16 hours ago, DBlue said:

Anyone tracking when MFS dates are scheduled to post?

Last year I was given dates for MFS before I even declined my RPA slot.

Last year was offered RPA, this year UPT! When I didn't get a slot last year my boss reached out to the guy who manages the portal page and was able to get some feedback.

96 Pilot, 86 PCSM, PPL, 62 Flight Hours- same specs as last year.

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