I served 7 years on active duty in Air Force Security Forces and currently enlisted in the Air National Guard. I am going to school to fly helicopters on my GI Bill. I would like to apply for WOFT but i do not know much about the selection process. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Also if anybody could give me advice on when i should apply. My flight school starts in August and takes approximately 1 1/2 years for Associates, private/commercial rating, instrument rating, flight/instrument instructor rating.
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Posted 01 June 2015 - 08:05
Posted 01 June 2015 - 15:39
Why not apply now....
Start researching the forums on your own. Theres a 1,000 threads about WOFT and Army flight school here that should just about answer any question you have.
Youre going to go through 1 1/2 years of civi flight school just to turn around and spend another 1 1/2 years at military flight school....? Id also wait on the degree. You can get that while youre in, plus youll be able to use a ton of your military schooling as credits towards your future degree!
Again, start applying now.
Edited by RagMan, 01 June 2015 - 15:41.
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