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18 Nov 2019

Traditional Guardsmen OHIO ANG KC-135R Pilot (UPT) October 4, 2019

Ohio Air Guard – 121st ARW – Posted by tudelaj Columbus, Ohio, United States

Job Description

The Ohio Air National Guard (121st ARW) is hiring pilots to fly the KC-135R out of Columbus, OH (Rickenbacker ANGB).

Need to have completed degree, taken the AFOQT/TBAS, and be under 33 to start pilot training. You can sign up to take the AFOQT at Rickenbacker ANGB on 15 Apr. Please contact our recruiting office to set that up at 614-492-3127.

***We may interview those who plan to graduate in December 2020, please still inquire if this applies***

***If you will turn 33 before attending UPT, you will require an age waiver. Those at 32 yrs may be granted an age waiver extension on a case by case basis.***

Interviews will be June 13-14, 2020 with apps due no later than May 15, 2020.

It’s a traditional position (part time) which allows you to still follow your airline career/full-time job or you can choose to fly in the guard full-time.

We are looking to hire up to 4 candidates this year. You need to have soloed at a minimum to be considered.

Visits are HIGHLY encouraged. We cannot stress this enough.

***You do not need to be an Ohio resident to apply***

How to Apply

Send a resume to start the application process to: 166ars.pilothiring@gmail.com    

Job Categories: UPT Pilot. Job Types: Traditional Guardsmen. Salaries: 80,000 - 100,000.

Job expires in 24 days.

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4 Responses to “OHIO ANG KC-135R Pilot (UPT) October 4, 2019”

  1. Comment made by Ron McClendon on Feb 17th 2016 at 3:57 pm: Reply

    Good afternoon,

    I’d like to apply for this posting. Hopefully you could point me in the right direction as far as packet requirements. Thank you.

    Ron McClendon

  2. Comment made by Joe K. on Jan 23rd 2018 at 10:17 pm: Reply

    Are you all doing any age waivers for prior rated guys? Currently 32, will be 33 this year.

    • Comment made by tudelaj on Mar 11th 2018 at 12:40 pm: Reply

      Yes, on a case by case basis.

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