Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by shane0911, May 8, 2018.
Maybe he is just one of those dudes that would rather just do the damn flying himself. He seems like an Alpha and that would be consistent with Type A personalities.
Is an O-5 in the Air Force a major? Is that considered a senior officer or is that O-6 and above? I would think you'd need to be a senior officer to even fly it.
See, I thought the opposite. It's such a specialty air craft that I would think it would require an experience aviator to get qualified to fly it. Like the B2. I wasn't even considering the physical component.
An O-5 is a Lt. Colonel. In the Air Force, we considered a senior officer to be O-6 (Colonel) and above.
What rank are most pilots?
They enter pilot training as a 2nd Lt. and if they stay in the cockpit most if not all of their career they typically quit flying as a Lt. Colonel.