I am planning on applying for the 2021 OTS Rated Board, specifically to be a pilot. Can anyone help me gauge how competitive I will be?
I have a BA in Political Science & Economics, and now I am earning my MBA in Management.
Age: 22 years old
AFOQT: P 88, N 21, A 69, V 69, Q 66...
I'm a senior in Air Force ROTC, and I'm commissioning this upcoming May 2019. I got a pilot slot which is very exciting of course, but my EAD isn't until March 2020, so I have 10 months to fill, and I have no idea what to do until that date. I've been applying for jobs and all that, but it's not...
I just received the following scores on my AFOQT
Nav - 50
Acad Apt -55
Verb - 71
Quantitative - 43
Based on my AFOQT score alone, how competitive do you think I would be for Pilot? What about CSO? Should I consider a retake to improve my scores? I fear that since my scores are all...
I am a rising AS200 on a aero engineering tech major HSSP. AFROTC is my passion and I have a deep desire to be a pilot.
I received a 2.2 GPA this semester when taking 16 credits and a 2.4 GPA last semester when taking 19 credits. When I got a CE after my performance last semester, I made sure...
Hello, my name is Gage Nawrocki; I just created this account to begin my research before applying. I am planning to enroll in OCS for the Navy, I am currently pursuing my B.A.S. in business management. I know I am getting ready to get ragged on for not obtaining a technical degree, business is...
I am currently a college senior looking to become a pilot in the USAF after graduation. I am pretty far along in the application process but was wondering if someone could help answer some questions about what is going to happen next. Also if anyone has recently been through this...
I am an AFROTC AS200 cadet. It seems that everyone is asking this question these days, but what do you think my chances of getting a pilot slot are? I have not gone to field training yet and I have 19 flight hours. Here are my scores:
AFOQT Pilot: 97
If a person passes AFROTC, but fails pilot training what happens?
Does he still have to give ten years active duty, or is it shortened to four in his new job? Because I'm going to give it my all to be a pilot but just in case, I don't want to spend ten years at a desk job.
I am an AS100 cadet and also an Electrical Engineering major. I have heard that the Air Force considers EE to be one of the "critical" majors and caps the number of "critical" majors that can go rated some years. Is there any truth to this?