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Lindsey last won the day on April 9 2021

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  • Birthday 06/05/1989

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  1. ALSE officer (ALSO) Hearing conservation officer Plus more we both forgot
  2. You will save yourself exponentially more than 5 hours if youre able to just do it at Rucker.
  3. Ive offered to send the original .doc to anyone wanting to update it but no one stepped up. Since then Ive replaced my computer and dont have the .doc, just the pdf. But please, feel free to update. Lots of stuff has changed. Hell, everything involving an aircraft has changed.
  4. Attention to detail, candidate!
  5. Jackson typically. But you will be a holdover at Rucker, not BCT.
  6. I get triggered every time I see this thread title.
  7. Take Mikes help. His feedback is always spot on.
  8. This. Waiverable with an exception to policy. You will have to do the in cockpit evaluation and prove you can reach everything thats important (not just controls). Thats if you fail any of those measurements.
  9. There is an APL for LASIK and PRK and the pre surgery refraction limits. I highly recommend either of the two surgeries.
  10. https://www.facebook.com/rotarytoairlinesgroup/ For anyone thinking about this route or just wanting to get more info.
  11. This thread isnt a discussion thread, its a stats-only thread. Take the discussion stuff elsewhere.
  12. No problem. I was just about to come in here and delete my comment actually because it was a bit brutal. It is very good that you are receptive to feedback and not taking criticism personally. Demonstrates resilience and maturity. If you can translate that to your essay (while drastically reducing the length), you will be successful.
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