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Nov. 5th, 2007 @ 11:47 pm Training Accounts
Current Location: Pittsburgh
Current Mood: curiouscurious
Obviously details of AF training are not something to have roaming around the internet, but I was wondering if people knew of a place to find out what day-to-day is like (again, not fishing for details, more just like what areas do we study) for Intell officer trainees... I commission in April, and in truth I have no idea what to expect. I'm sure a lot of you in other AFSCs, especially those in AFSCs with training schools just after commissioning are curious... does anyone know of a way that we can find stuff like this out?

I suppose I could ask around the Det and see what they say, I was just curious what cadets from other Dets thought, particularly those going into Intell...
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mizukaze:
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From:queenemeraldas8
Date:November 6th, 2007 07:02 am (UTC)
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I suggest finding a cadet from your detachment who already is going through that process/has gone through it aleady. I'm an Intel Officer selectee as well, and I have talked to friends who have gone through the training and have finished it.

From what I hear though, there's a lot of studying and you can't take your books home with you. :)
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From:serendipity04
Date:November 9th, 2007 05:15 am (UTC)
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The best thing to do is call up any AF base. I know it sounds all nosey and stuff, but I've called Travis AFB a million times making contacts with people in different career fields getting advice on them before I filled out my dream sheet and then once I found out my AFSC I called again and spoke in detail to the LRO people. Your cadre will have the main number to call for any base and then you just call (or ask your commander to call on your behalf) and just say "Hi my name is cadet blank from blank and I have been selected to be a Intel officer and I was just wanting to talk to someone about the training and career field" Everyone is typically really friendly and will talk to you for hours.