Posted on Feb 13, 2021
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WO1 Rotary Wing Aviator (Aircraft Nonspecific)
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Due to hold times between WOCS, WOBC, SERE and Common Core, you probably won't start flying until the end of the year, or even early 2022. Just my recommendation, don't stress about pre-learning any flight material. What you can learn on your own pales in comparison to what you'll be force fed at the flight line. There's not really anything you can get ahead on for WOBC or SERE. WOCS is pretty basic. Again, it is not uncommon for people to spend just as much time, or longer, in hold than in actual training. You'll have plenty of time to get your ducks in a row once you're here. If you plan on living off post, finding housing should be a larger priority for you than any pre-academic studying. Apartments here stay on the market for a few days before being snatched. If you're still set on jumping into academics early, get your hands on a UH-72 Lakota EP and Limits study booklet to familiarize with.

Once you're here, don't let the stress make you lose sight on how fun flight school is. Congratulations on making it into the program.
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LT Brad McInnis
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Nothing flight specific, but the advice I always told sailors going to tough schools -
1) make sure you are in the best shape you can be, mentally and physically so you don't have to worry about it during the school, and
2) make sure your family stuff is in order, so you can focus on school.
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