Traditional Guardsmen UPT Application for F-15C pilot position
The 159th Fighter Squadron in Jacksonville, Florida is hiring UPT candidates.
Applications due NLT 29 September 2017.
Applications will be ONLY be accepted via the file sharing website: https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/safe/About.aspx
Instructions for using AMRDEC: https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/safe/guide.aspx
In the AMRCED website, address application documents to the email: email@example.com
Any questions contact: Brandy Bullis, CIV, FLANG
Admin Assist II, Recruiting & Retention
DSN: 822-0611 COM: (904) 823-0611
FAX: 822-0602 (904) 823-0602
a. 4-year college degree (or graduation scheduled within 180 days).
b. Private Pilot Rating or nearing completion of your Private Pilot license.
c. AFOQT results.
d. Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) results.
f. Age: 28 maximum Applicants born before 30 November 1989 will not be considered at this time.
g. College Transcripts (Unofficial). Official transcripts will only be required if you are selected for the position.
i. Three letters of recommendation. Address LOR’s to Lt. Col. George Downs, 159th Fighter Squadron/CC.
j. Prior Service (if applicable): Please include a copy of the last three EPR/OPR (evaluations) and/or a copy of your DD-214 (if separated).
1. Applications due via the AMRDEC website: 29 September 2017.
2. Interview or rejection notifications emailed out approximately 22 October 2017.
2. Phone interview screening: Late October 2017.
3. In-person interview: November 2017
Applicants are encouraged to visit the squadron with prior coordination. The 159th will be holding an Open House for any potential UPT applicants 21 October 2017 (1030-1330 local time). Visit the website http://www.125fw.ang.af.mil for base information. Contact Lt. Col. Christopher Rattigan at Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP to the Open House.
If you are selected, you will be expected to serve as a full-time reservist during pilot training (approx. 16 months) and for at least 8-12 months with the squadron for seasoning training. The specific number of seasoning days depends on available funding for that fiscal year. The purpose of seasoning training is to build a base of F-15C flying experience.
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