Hey there, I'm searching for a little bit of guidance on my flight warrant packet. I took the sift already and will continue my flight physical as soon as I get PRK eye surgery in the summer. Other than my physical I have my packet all together. I'm currently down range and would like to maximize my time here to better my chances for selection. I've been waivered to PFC and expect to get waivered to specialist soon. I have 27 college credits currently and I'm enrolled in civilian classes here already to get some more credits. I'll be attending soldier of the month soon, And I try to stand out overall. Now could anybody offer me any more guidance here to help my packet out? I know that the only thing that matters to the board is what is on paper. So how can I beef up my credentials? Are correspondence courses helpful? How about if I volunteered my Sundays at the airfield and maybe get air time? Any advice is appreciated, thank you.
Posted 5 y ago
Whatever you have in your resume, emphasize how it can be applied and relevant to aviation. Safety is a big one. THEE big one tally Safety is a massive element in aviation. Don't take it from this new warrant, take it from the 12 years in aviation I had enlisted before being picked up.
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