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  1. Thanks man. Make me feel hopeful. If only I could get my flight surgeon to actually submit my physical. I thought it was already at Rucker.
  2. I am aware of this factor. In my current MOS I’ll most definitely serve 20 years. If they allow me to serve as an Aviator I’ll do 30 if they let me. It isn’t about money to me.
  3. Figured I’d start the March 2020 stat board. It’ll creep up fast enough after the holidays. AGE: 32 ASVAB GT: 112 SIFT: 46 APFT: 296 ACFT: 565 EDUCATION: 49 Credits AA, Exercise Science, Private Pilots license (no live flight yet) FLIGHT: None, currently enrolled in local flight program will have flight hours to drop for last minute additions deadline LORS: O-3, 0-5 x 3, CW5 (154FF) OTHER INFO: Active Duty, E-7 (2 years TIG), 11B, 13 years TIS, 42 mos Iraq and Afghanistan PHYSICAL: At Rucker, no waivers WAIVERS: Age, AFS, Moral Interested in seeing if there are any older (military old) applicants who have made it recently or who are planning on applying.
  4. Hello all, I have a concerning issue I need help with. I am currently completing my WOFT packet. I have my admin portion of my packet complete except for LORs. I still have to take the SIFT and the Physical. I currently require an AFS Waiver and a Moral Waiver. Today I was speaking with a Chief who told me he had to submit a medical waiver for ASAP. I asked him the back story on it. Basically he was refereed and the counselors determined he didn't need to attend. His waiver was approved. No issues it seems. He told me any other way was automatic disqualification. I self referred to ASAP back in 2011 I placed into level 2 treatment which is considered abuse counseling. It has been 7 years since I have had alcohol. Has anyone needed or heard of needing a waiver for this? Do they get approved? Or is it like he said its an automatic disqualification? AR 40-501 does state that "documented abuse" is a DQ. I am just trying to get a grasp on this, I have searched everywhere and haven't found anything about it except for the regulation. I just don't want to take the SIFT and waste Army money on a physical when the flight surgeon is just going to deny me. I will still push for another MOS if I cant. But I wanted to fly. I've already invested many hours into my packet and resume. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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