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Semore Butts

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Feb 15, 2002
I thought some of the LOA guys may want to know this;
This comes from my new Battalion Commander.

If you are a former military pilot, they will send you to the abbreviated "Fixed Wing" course.
Then it's off to Iraq for a 12 month rotation.

After that, if you wanna be in a C-12 unit (Ft. McCoy Wisconsin, Ft. Knox Kentucky, Los Alamitos California, Johnstown Pennsylvania, Willow Grove Pennsylvania, Ft. Rucker Alabama, your there! :thumbup:

If you wanna be a UC-35 Pilot;
It's off to to 2 weeks of Fight Safety, then 2 weeks of Army jet training at Dobbins in Atlanta, then at some point after that it will be back to Iraq/AFghanistan/Kuwait for a 6 month tour.
The bases for UC-35 are Ft. Hood TX, Dobbins in Atlanta, or Ft. Bragg North Carolina.
The application requirements are:

Last 3 Officer Evaluation Reports
Officer Record Brief, or 2-1 or whatever form your service has.
Have to pass the Military Physical
General Resume
(Cannot have been Flight Evaluation Boarded out the service)

If you have all this stuff, and are interested,or have questions, you can email [email protected].

Please put a number on the email so I can call you. (Not to pressure, I hate typing
Take care, Semore

Yeah, your excluded......Cause you can't follow directions.

(I ask you to PM me a phone number)

Drop me a PM.

Take care, Semore.
Hey Semore, is this still going on? Are they really going to let you serve in a reserve unit after your tour or are they going to boot you? Does this reset a retirement or is this like the Air Force where you serve but it doesn't reset the retirement?

Enquiring minds want to know. I have a recently retired Army buddy that you may know, who might be interested in this. He has booku C-12 time and is an IP, IE, MP, EIEIO......Thanks.

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