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  1. oh man, I have an Orange neighboring city. But im in CA. I got excited for a second haha
  2. I am working with a recruiter. However, I'm doing all the paperwork on my own that I can do
  3. I have been working on my packet for some time now. I am prior service, but have been a civilian for 4 years now, so technically, I'm Street to Seat. The only check list I could find is the courtesy one on the Usarec website. But, Usarec doesn't handle civilian WOFT so I'm not sure if that's what I need to be following. I searched but could not come up with anything else. Also, I am having an issue opening UF 601-210.12 Transmittal for Civilian (WOFT) Flight Officer Training. It's is the first one on the list. However, its not even in the forms publication. So maybe it got replaced? If anyone has answers or can send me something I would appreciate it.
  4. I just want to clarify something... A civilian flight physical is not accepted, but its a civilian eye exam accepted? I am having trouble scheduling Optometry right now, and that would be super helpful if I could do it through my own provider.
  5. Does any one know of any other place in SoCal besides Ft Irwin to do a flight physical? They said they have stopped scheduling appointments due to optometry. I have been calling for three weeks
  6. Well then, you better get it up by 10 points...and then about 40 more because you're 18 and should be running circles around the 30+ year olds applying. "At most" isn't going to cut it. Everyone here is capable of getting a 300, but you have to be willing to put in the time and effort. Plus, you have 14 years to improve your package. Take your time and do it right the first time.
  7. This is interesting. I was prior service but a civilian now. Kind of concerning to be honest.
  8. So I asked my recruiter for the contact info for me to schedule a flight physical, she tell me I wont be able to schedule it with out a contract. "When you go WOFT you have to sign a contract at meps in order to go to the schools, so after the board you will swear in and get a contract." What do I need, as a civilian, to schedule a flight physical?
  9. Well its about that time to do my do diligence and reach out for some LoR help from the community. I spent seven years in the Marine Corps as an Aircraft Rescue Firefighter, honorably discharged as and E-5. I have been in the civilian would for a little over three years now and have come to the realization that I would love to serve again. I have been working on my packet since May and have only taken the SIFT so far, which I received a 50. I had some delays, but I am back on track now with the process. I am hoping to lock down some solid Aviator Lor's to accompany my military and civilian LoR's so I can submit my packet within the next couple of boards. I am located in Southern California, I am not really sure if there is any Army aviation groups around me. I don't think there's much Army in CA in general. If so, any info/help would be appreciated! To all you hard charging vets in here, today is Veterday's Day, Happy Veterans Day! And thank you for your service! Stay motivated
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