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Sorry for my shitty researching abilities. Trying to get a head start on all these 5 and 9’s I keep hearing about but all I can find is just some quizlet stuff which I’m sure is great but I want to see the actual TM. Tried searching through here too.

 

can anyone out there Hook me up?

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5 minutes ago, nil5038 said:

Sorry for my shitty researching abilities. Trying to get a head start on all these 5 and 9’s I keep hearing about but all I can find is just some quizlet stuff which I’m sure is great but I want to see the actual TM. Tried searching through here too.

 

can anyone out there Hook me up?

5 and 9s are going to vary drastically between your initial airframe, so you'd have to be more specific. They're also very easy to memorize throughout the phases and no longer viable once you go to advanced. It would probably be more beneficial to study up on aerodynamics and army aeromedical.

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I was wondering that. Saw on one of my searches it mention the th-72 5 and 9s and wondered what if I don’t get those.

 

thanks man. Any other advice on how to spend my time before I ship off? Flight school academics wise. And any specific source I should use for the ones you mentioned?

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10 minutes ago, nil5038 said:

I was wondering that. Saw on one of my searches it mention the th-72 5 and 9s and wondered what if I don’t get those.

 

thanks man. Any other advice on how to spend my time before I ship off? Flight school academics wise. And any specific source I should use for the ones you mentioned?

Relax for a bit.  You will have plenty of time for 5’s and 9’s at Rucker.  Enjoy the down time while you have it.

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I second the relax and enjoy your time before you go. You'll have plenty of time to study and memorize them as you go through the course and during the rest of your aviation career. 

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Yea I’ve heard it a few times now. I know it’s right. I’m just a bit slower than the average bear so wanted to get a head start haha

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I’m gonna echo the relax stuff. I came to Fort Rucker with ZERO flight knowledge or experience and so did many in my class. We all did just fine and had plenty of time to learn what we needed to learn. They really do make it easy to get through (with plenty of hard work and studying). Everything here is crawl walk run, you will know what you need to for the phase you are in.

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