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Anybody hear what was on the most recent selection? I overheard a class was selecting on my way to class today.

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Theres a 67 selection tomorrow

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67 selection today

CO:

64D 2

 

WO:

60M 2

64D 8

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Thats a lot of Apaches, lol.

Some people werent too happy lol

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Thats life. The apache community is hurting.

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Thats life. The apache community is hurting.

Seriously though. My troop only has 2 untracked junior warrants, myself included. Im the only PI. We finally just got a second MTP but our TACOPS guy just left. Im not even sure out Troop is at 50% strength lol.

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Seriously though. My troop only has 2 untracked junior warrants, myself included. Im the only PI. We finally just got a second MTP but our TACOPS guy just left. Im not even sure out Troop is at 50% strength lol.

Pretty much. My BN has gotten only two new W1s in the last two years.

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Oh I know. Yall have the only community that is actually hurting.

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Not the exact numbers, but I these are the approximate numbers from what I remember two weeks ago:

 

72 class

CO:

60M 1

 

WO:

C-12 2

60M 26

64E 8

 

For the WO's, fixed wing were picked pretty early. 64E's were interspersed throughout the selection, with the 60M's being the only option for the lower 5 or so.

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Would someone mind explaining this selection process to me? Im assuming this is the advanced airframe selection for COs/WOs finishing IERW.

 

A few posts up there were 26 UH-60s among the other airframes. The following posts show no -60s, and only 4-5 of each other airframe.

 

Is the total number of slots available directly related to the number of pilots in each class?

 

If there are zero -60s available, are you SOL if you wanted that airframe?

 

*Would like to mention that as much as I would prefer the UH-60 when my time comes, I will be more than grateful to be flying any of the available aircraft.

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Would someone mind explaining this selection process to me? Im assuming this is the advanced airframe selection for COs/WOs finishing IERW.

 

A few posts up there were 26 UH-60s among the other airframes. The following posts show no -60s, and only 4-5 of each other airframe.

 

Is the total number of slots available directly related to the number of pilots in each class?

 

If there are zero -60s available, are you SOL if you wanted that airframe?

 

*Would like to mention that as much as I would prefer the UH-60 when my time comes, I will be more than grateful to be flying any of the available aircraft.

Luck of the draw man. Never know whats comin down the pipe. My selection had 12 64s and 3 60s. Ive heard of a few people being able to switch somehow, but they all had very high ranking connections.

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If there are zero -60s available, are you SOL if you wanted that airframe?

 

*Would like to mention that as much as I would prefer the UH-60 when my time comes, I will be more than grateful to be flying any of the available aircraft.

The only way to better your chances of picking your top choice is to work hard and score high. If youre at the top of the OML, youll pick first.

 

My selection had one 47, three 64s, and 9 UH60s. The bottom 50% of the class selected 60s regardless of their preference.

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They usually take place every two weeks. I havent been around B Co and most of my friends have graduated already.

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