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  1. It was probably the same as before just revamped. A touch of military history with a good amount of professional development classes
  2. Kind of...we no longer have to attend dunker in flight school. It's more to gauge your swimming ability before you go to SERE. If you are a weak swimmer the cadre will work with you and help you out. If you don't pass the swim test, you won't fail WOBC or be disqualified from flight school.
  3. WOBC is broken down into two parts during flight school; you complete part A before starting flight training and part just before you graduate. You cover a variety of topics such as CVID (Combat Vehicle Identification), Army Aviation history, MDMP (Military Decision Making Process) and a bunch of other "professional development" classes as well. You will also take your swim test while in WOBC. I was part of the last 7 week class to go through WOCS, however we did everything AND more that the 5 week class will do. The first couple weeks are the roughest and then it mellows out. Most of the day
  4. Hi everyone! I am a street-to-seat warrant who was picked up on the February 2018 board. I am currently waiting to start common core in flight school down here at Fort Rucker. I will be available to answer any questions you all may have regarding basic training, WOCS, WOBC, SERE, Fort Rucker, and anything else you can think of. I will also be available to help anyone once you arrive here at Fort Rucker for WOCS. Feel free to PM me or post in the board and I will reply ASAP. WO1 Bryce Desy
  5. Hi everyone! I am a street-to-seat warrant who was picked up on the February 2018 board. I am currently waiting to start common core in flight school down here at Fort Rucker. I will be available to answer any questions you all may have regarding basic training, WOCS, WOBC, SERE, Fort Rucker, and anything else you can think of regarding WOFT. I will also be available to help anyone once you arrive here at Fort Rucker for WOCS. Feel free to PM me or post in the board and I will reply ASAP. WO1 Bryce Desy
  6. Hi everyone! It's great to see everyone excited to drop their WOFT packets. I am a street-to-seat warrant who was picked up on the February 2018 board. I am currently waiting to start common core in flight school down here at Fort Rucker. I will be available to answer any questions you all may have regarding basic training, WOCS, WOBC, SERE, Fort Rucker, and anything else you can think of regarding the WOFT process. I will also be available to help anyone once you arrive here at Fort Rucker for WOCS. Feel free to PM me or post in the board and I will reply ASAP. WO1 Bryce Desy
  7. Hi everyone! Congratulations to everyone who was selected this month, this job is possibly the best job in the world. I am a street-to-seat warrant who was picked up on the February 2018 board. I am currently waiting to start common core in flight school down here at Fort Rucker. I will be available to answer any questions you all may have regarding basic training, WOCS, WOBC, SERE, Fort Rucker, and anything else you can think of. I will also be available to help anyone once you arrive here at Fort Rucker for WOCS. Feel free to PM me or post in the board and I will reply ASAP. Again, congrat
  8. Selected-January (Postponed to February) 2018 Board Best luck to everyone. - Age: 20 - GT: 126 - SIFT: 67 - APFT: 278 - Civilian: Manager of Aerospace Company - Civilian Ed: HS Diploma -Civilian Experience: 8 Years of CAP, made C/Capt and commanded an encampment, PJOC graduate - Flight: 65 Hours Fixed Wing - LORS: O-4(aviator), Capt. (Aviator), Ret. AF CMSgt., Colonel, CAP, Former CAP Commander Best of luck to everyone applying, see you all at Rucker!
  9. Yeah the group me thing sounds like a great idea! Im in
  10. Well I figure I may as well ask while I'm here. I'm waiting to hear back this week for the January board on my packet. I've been working at this for almost 2 years now so I'm super anxious. Can I get any feedback on my stats? Age: 20 GT: 126 SIFT: 61 APFT: 278 Education: HS Diploma Flight Time: 65 Hours fixed wing LOR: AD MAJ AH-64 pilot, ret. Air Force CMSgt., ret. Navy Lt. pilot MISC: No discriminators, legal offences, or waivers. Leadership: Made C/Capt in Civil Air Patrol and commanded an encampment as well as PJOC graduate Looking for feedback while i anxiously wait to hear something
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