MIL Pilot/Fighter Pilot chances in the Air National Guard

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  1. dukedevil0

    dukedevil0 Stop looking at me, swan.

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    Is it any easier to become a fighter pilot or a pilot in general in the Air National Guard as compared to the USAF or US Navy?

    If so, could you give some sort of percentage chance for joe schmoe to succeed as a pilot in both?
     
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    dukedevil0 Stop looking at me, swan.

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    how can I clarify my question further to help?
     
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    dukedevil0 Stop looking at me, swan.

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    I realize its a huge combination of things, but thought even a very rough ballpark could be given for the"average guy". I have no clue what the ASTB or what your scores mean. I was just wondering in general what chances are.

    Do you already have pilot's license?
     
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    dukedevil0 Stop looking at me, swan.

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    Year and a half left for a BS in Mechanical Engineering
     
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    ManinCamo I wear big boy pants.

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    Jesus, do I have to answer all these questions?



    You apply to the commissioning board for the individual ANG or Reserve base. It depends what your test scores are, and what their needs are. contact the local base and ask to speak to the recruiter/someoneincharge. ANG/reserves are far different from the reserves
     

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