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Had a rough day at the office yesterday!

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I've been wondering about that ever since you came here. Do you fly those things or work on them or what? We got those flying over our house all the time, I swear we are on the most wanted list. B2 bomber is flying over us constantly too. :stuned: I did a lot of reading on helicopters before figuring out it was probably too late for me to get into it. But I saw your avatar and I knew the AH64 was an apache so I've always been curious about you lol.

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Not sure how to do that without paying for it or something. All the army/navy/etc. said I couldn't fly unless I had a 4 year degree in something. Of course I learn this after I am almost done with the 2 year college.

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That is true for all except the Army. To be a Warrant Officer and fly there is no requirement for a college degree. If you have a local guard unit with helicopters go talk with one of their recruiters if you want more info.

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Are you kidding me! I will have to go talk to them then. The air force base with all but 1 of the b2 bombers is like a half hour away from me. The b2's and apaches and everything all circle my house every day. I was just telling Mike I could hit the helicopters with a rock if I threw it from the top of my house.

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The Army is the only branch that allows Warrant's to fly, the other branches only let commissioned officers fly, which is where the 4 year degree comes from. Better yet, only the Army has Apaches.

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Well I am not too concerned about flying apaches, any helicopter works for me. Though I did have particular interest in the commanche :drool: Guess that program fell through though.

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