Posted on Apr 5, 2020
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Is it possible to choose one of these Army National Guard warrant officer MOS with no prior military experience: 154C CH-47 CHINOOK PILOT, 153D UH-60 BLACK HAWK PILOT, or
152F AH-64 ATTACK PILOT. I do have a four year degree (not sure if thats even needed) and meet the requirements for service. I've contacted a recruiter with no response probably because of the pandemic. I did check the Army National Guard site and reddit. The website didn't explicitly say prior service was needed for those 3 MOS's, but a lot of other random sites say warrant officers in the NG or reserves need to be prior service. Thanks for any help.
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Active duty has a program called "street to seat" where you enlist, go to basic, go to warrant officer school, then go to flight school. Dunno about the guard
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Guard and Reserves have very similar programs
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You can go straight through Basic Training, then to WOCS, then the other schooling (WOBC, SERE, etc) and then start flight school. Your airframe is dependent on what unit you will be in within your State. If they only have 60s or 47s, that’s what you get. You will know before you even start what your airframe will be.
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You need to hit up your local recruiters. From my memory there are some programs that should be what you are looking for but you will have better luck with getting this moving with starting with a recruiter.
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