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PostPosted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 5:53 am    Post subject: Transition military to civilian flying Reply with quote

Hello! I recently found out that I will be separating from the Air Force next fall (paying me to leave, believe it or not). I currently have 2000 TT, 1300 C-17 (ME, Heavy) time of which only approx. 200 is PIC. I am currently an instructor for Undergraduate Pilot Training and have acquired about 400 hours in a SE turboprop. I have the standard type ratings of BE-400 that most USAF "Heavy" guys received simply by taking the test after winging. In the next 10 months I should be able to get about another 400-500 hours. I have just begun looking at what is available in the civilian world and am interested in what may be my best options. I am learning as I go. Any suggestions or references for my search? I am getting the feeling that my time might be a little low (mins for NetJets were 2500 TT). Are there any military conversions that might help get me over the mins? Thank you for any help anyone may have.
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