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Old 07-13-2017, 01:11 PM   #741
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^^^1 & 2. Initial (new hire) ASI requires a medical. However Many positions in Staff HQ, Regional Offices and Air Carrier Field Offices (CMO) do not require a medical. ASAP Program Mgr, APM, AAPM positions do not require a medical.

3 Unknown, call the offices and ask about staffing.

4. Your entire career, you will visit OKC at least 1-3 times a year, for 1-3 weeks. First year is typically a few months in office (OJT) then 1 month OKC for initial string #1 then a break (back in office) and finally string #2 which is about 6 weeks long.
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Old 07-13-2017, 03:32 PM   #742
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Thanks for the information
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Old 07-13-2017, 06:02 PM   #743
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Thanks for the information


I'd add that at least right now OKC is coming much quicker in many cases. I went after just 3 weeks on the job and much of my class was the same. 1st stint almost 7 weeks, then 1 week TAA, then another 6 weeks, then one week. Add to that AFW for flight qual. and it's an interesting and busy first year. Oh yeah, 200 OJT items to do three times each in between OKC & AFW!


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I'll be hopefully applying this weekend after my MEI ride. How long is the average wait for a call back or a status update?

I'm figuring a month or two before I here anything. I'm thinking that if everything went perfect I'd be stepping into the office sometime next Spring.
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