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  • College question...

    Last time I was on, eveyone was&nbsp;planning&nbsp;to go to the AFA I'm not saying theres anything wrong with going to the AFA but what about those who can't get into the academy? I'm thinking Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and wanted to know if anyone is going there or has friends going to that college. I'm thinking my major will be ...
    Posted to Aviation Top 100 questions (Forum) by Lt. on March 11, 2005
  • Re: i was wondering if a person who is paralized can become a pilot.

    I don't know if thats possable, because of the aircraft pedals and the PT. But you might want to request more info from the air force or navy. Still you might be able to do something with aircraft if not fly them, like navigate for a airliner or&nbsp;do&nbsp;air traffic control. I wish you luck in flying.......-Lt.
    Posted to Aviation Top 100 questions (Forum) by Lt. on January 17, 2005
  • Re: Am I too short? :(

    Welcome,&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I'm an 18 year old 5'11'' male. And also hope to fly the terror of the skys(a.k.a Raptor) . And I'm curious as well what the requirements are, I'm 244 lbs and plan to go down to 195 but don't know if there are requirements for across (because of the throttle,joystick,buttons,etc..). I would also like to know ...
    Posted to Aviation Top 100 questions (Forum) by Lt. on December 26, 2004

    hello guys sorry I haven't posted in a while. i'm starting to freak out because i plan to go to ERAU and go through AFROTC. For those of you who are wondering the reason I'm not applying for the AFA, is because my grades are not good enough. But right know i'm in CAP (civil air patrol) and need a good PT workout. I would really like some input and ...
    Posted to Personal Stuff (Forum) by Lt. on December 2, 2004
  • Re: chances of flying advanced fighter?

    Yeah I can sing fine same with when I'm alone I can talk with no studder at all. And like i said before i will get in touch with a speech therapist and see what i can do.Thank you for your help-Lt.
    Posted to Aviation Top 100 questions (Forum) by Lt. on November 16, 2004
  • Prep for AFA or ROTC

    I know that you have to be fit for AFA or ROTC. But does anyone know the requirements for your first PT? Or at least a good prep schedule,I've tried to look and ask everyone I know and no one can tell me a good prep schedule.&nbsp;I would be so thankful if anyone could help me.-Lt.
    Posted to Personal Stuff (Forum) by Lt. on November 16, 2004
  • Re: chances of flying advanced fighter?

    Thank&nbsp;you for the advice I will get in touch with a speech therapist. And didn't know that you can go through a operation for your studder. I will get in touch with someone who can help me.Once again Thank you for your advice.....-Lt.
    Posted to Aviation Top 100 questions (Forum) by Lt. on November 16, 2004
  • Re: chances of flying advanced fighter?

    My speech is not that bad that I can't talk on&nbsp;the radio period. Some words I can say perfectly clear but others like ones that start with S and T I have trouble with. And I went through speech tharepy when I was in 1st grade and got teased for it. And like I said it&nbsp;gets better as I age, But I'm not sure if it will clear up before I go ...
    Posted to Aviation Top 100 questions (Forum) by Lt. on November 15, 2004
  • chances of flying advanced fighter?

    Hi everyone I'm new to this site. And got a question for any military pilots or students learning to fly. I'm a senior in high school and have a slight speech problem. Will that hurt my chances of flying say the F-22 Raptor. I am in the air force aux.(also known as Civil Air Patrol or CAP) My speech has gotten better as I've grown, And plan to ...
    Posted to Aviation Top 100 questions (Forum) by Lt. on November 14, 2004
  • Re: Learning to fly for less than £1000 / $1660 any one know a better way?

    I've been up a few times. So does that mean that I can buy this aircraft and just go flying? I didn't understand what your measure for money was, How much would that be in U.S currency? I'm really anxious to hear because this sounds to good to be true.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Thank you for your help-Mike
    Posted to Personal Stuff (Forum) by Lt. on November 14, 2004
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