It feels nice to be able to take a break! lol... but about to get back into it again before I head to my unit. I didn't have any bubbles after BOLC. Would have had three weeks off, but they asked for volunteers to jump into SERE right away and I went. From there Aeromed came quickly, less than two weeks off, immediately followed by Primary which transitioned straight into instruments, straight into BWS, then we had 10 days from selection to start of 60s. Have a neighbor who had 6 weeks off recently, we had 10 days. Selection, think we had 2 Apaches, 1 Chinook, 2 Kiowas, and about 9 Hawks. Two classes before and after us were really guns heavy, we were Hawk heavy. The class right before us had quite a few PT failures and the first failure (bottom of the OML) still had a 60, 64, and 58 to choose from. The two 58s went before the 1 Hook, was surprised. There are a lot of PT failures! Don't be one of them, it isn't hard to pass. WOCS PT failures, BOLC, selection, and graduation. Don't let the only thing keeping you from graduating is a simple PT test. With that said, other than potentially having fewer options at selection, there really isn't any punishment for failing. No getting kicked out, no humiliation, just do more PT and show up at BCo. Take time off, chill, get paid. So I heard at least... Know one guy, good dude but weak on PT, failed selection and grad PT test. I started BOLC in December, first flight was early April, final checkride end of Feb, graduated mid March. So about 15 months for the 60M course from starting BOLC-grad. It goes by faster than you think, the 60 course really flew by. We had a couple fail WOCS (5 weekers who came with us for failing something online, then failing at WOCS). One guy from BOLC got set back then failed out of Primary. Lost one due to a medical issue. One from my class got to 58s, then failed 5&9s and is gone. Various setbacks for various reasons - life happens. Once you get to the flight portion, as long as you study and do well on academics, they'll work with you. If you aren't quite getting the flying portion, they can give you extra hours. If you fail a checkride, they can give you more hours. If you just don't perform on exams (you can retake, but don't make a habit of poor performance) or 5&9s, you're done. In the 60 class before us a guy made it all the way to the Hawk, failed back-to-back 5&9s and was gone. Do well on academics, know 5&9s, have a good attitude and you'll be fine - even if you're having a hard time with flying cause that they'll work with. Know two guys who failed two checkrides, they just graduated. Get your own study habits down that work for you. I studied all week, took Friday night - Sunday morning off as my own personal time, then back in the books Sunday afternoon. Work hard and have fun, it goes by faster than you realize (looking back).