Hi y'all, I'm a C/4C in AFROTC, and apparently, as a contracted cadet, I have to do Ops Air Force (or some PDT) this summer. I was nominated for USAFA SOAR but didn't make the cut. Our cadre just let us know that there are openings for GMC to go to Expeditionary Survival & Evasion Training (ESET) at USAFA this summer, so I turned in my availability and said I'd like to. I'm trying to balance several summer things though: I've got an overseas trip for two weeks in June and trying to do a summer online class (likely 6 weeks long). Now I've gotta fit in a PDT on top of that. So... Question 1: As an aspiring AF pilot, does ESET or Ops AF make more sense as a PDT? Question(s) 2: I've heard ESET is a somewhat toned-down version of SERE...M9 training, small unit tactics, the "infamous" killing of a rabbit , etc. What else is included? Pros/Cons? Is it worth three weeks of my summer? Will it improve FT performance maybe? Question 3: How long is Ops AF? I've heard some say 2 weeks, some say 3. I've seen posts where people say they had enough free time to do an online class, so that might help me (can't do that at ESET for sure). Plus, shorter is better (ESET is 3 weeks). Question 4: What are some of the high-points for Ops (obviously different for each base/group)? What base would you recommend for a fighter pilot hopeful? Sorry, a bit disorganized. Bottom line, I've seen some stuff about Ops and ESET and I'm just looking for some more info to make an informed decision. Thanks y'all!