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  1. Hey Seminole, Thanks for writing. That's an interesting question. The short answer is that when he takes the ASVAB for real we'll see if he theoretically qualifies for street-to-seat or not. So we can cross that bridge if and when we come to it. He's studying now and the practice tests show he's improving. We'll see how much. But to answer your question in long form, even as his biased Dad it looks to me like the kid has pilot potential. He's really detail-focused when it's mechanical, he really likes cars, he's a competitive swimmer, he built a computer and a bicycle for fun, h
  2. Hi all, this is a second post and user in this forum. Hopefully someone with experience in Aviation and Army recruiting will see this. I am a Dad, former Army myself. Sorry guys, not Aviation. I was OCS, MI, Mech Infantry, Cold War, Fulda Gap. My 17-year-old son has just finished high school and wants to join the Army with a 15T or 15U MOS. Since I am still his guardian, I want to take advantage of my right, on his behalf, to pick this forum's brains on how to help him. Hopefully all you seasoned pilots can point a youngster in the right direction. My son's short term goals are
  3. Seems like I got the thread title wrong, aplogies for that.
  4. Hi all, this is a first post and user in this forum. Hopefully someone with experience in Aviation and Army recruiting will see this. I am a Dad, former Army myself. Sorry guys, not Aviation. I was OCS, MI, Mech Infantry, Cold War, Fulda Gap. My 17-year-old son has just finished high school and wants to join the Army with a 15T or 15U MOS. Since I am still his guardian, I want to take advantage of my right, on his behalf, to pick this forum's brains on how to help him. My kid's short term goals are learn the airframe, become a crew chief and fly a lot. He's leaning a little towa
  5. Advice for 17-year-old who wants to join up and fly Army helicopters
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