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Old 07-09-2012, 05:44 AM   #71  
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Anybody got an opinion?!

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Old 07-09-2012, 08:07 AM   #72  
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Back on Page 3, post #27, http://www.airlinepilotforums.com/pa...-avenge-3.html, Dragon7 offered a comparison of the 3 main players, L3, Dynamic, & Avenge.

Anyone have any updates to that comparison?
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Old 07-12-2012, 01:17 AM   #73  
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Anyone think I'm competitive?

2250 TT
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I'll get my ATP with multi-engine add on end of this month.

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Sorry man, probably not. I know most of the pilots have easily 5,000+ TT, many are around 10,000 with tons of multi T Prop time too.
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Old 07-12-2012, 03:13 AM   #74  
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Thanks Juice (would this happen to be JBobb?)
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Old 07-12-2012, 01:37 PM   #76  
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Anyone think I'm competitive?

2250 TT
500 Turbine FW (modified PC-12 for special operations ISR... commanded unit...experienced in stack operations)
1700 helicopter (most of it in special operations platform)

I'll get my ATP with multi-engine add on end of this month.

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I'm in same boat, 3100TT, 2,300 of that rotary. Get on with AAR or Evergreen flying helicopters in Stan (pays more) then network and maybe get picked up on fixed wing side after a while. With the amount of time off and money they pay you, come back stateside and get typed in King Air. Sooner or later you'll get picked up. Just another avenue.
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I'm in same boat, 3100TT, 2,300 of that rotary. Get on with AAR or Evergreen flying helicopters in Stan (pays more) then network and maybe get picked up on fixed wing side after a while. With the amount of time off and money they pay you, come back stateside and get typed in King Air. Sooner or later you'll get picked up. Just another avenue.
Thanks Tandem...been trying to figure out how to make use of rotary time too.
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Old 07-14-2012, 08:03 AM   #78  
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I think Dynamic puts more emphasis on quality of experience vs number of hours sitting in an airplane. I managed to get into the hiring pool with 1600 total time. But experience flying test flights and weather modification. I am also typed/captain qualified on King Air 90, 200, 350, 1900. I am non-military, but I am qualified in all models of C-12. Produce a resume/application that shows that you really want the specific mission, and that you really like what the company stands for, and PREPARE for the sim ride and HR interview.
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I think Dynamic puts more emphasis on quality of experience vs number of hours sitting in an airplane. I managed to get into the hiring pool with 1600 total time. But experience flying test flights and weather modification. I am also typed/captain qualified on King Air 90, 200, 350, 1900. I am non-military, but I am qualified in all models of C-12. Produce a resume/application that shows that you really want the specific mission, and that you really like what the company stands for, and PREPARE for the sim ride and HR interview.
Sounds good. I plan to make the most of my previous experience in the middle east.
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I think Dynamic puts more emphasis on quality of experience vs number of hours sitting in an airplane. I managed to get into the hiring pool with 1600 total time. But experience flying test flights and weather modification. I am also typed/captain qualified on King Air 90, 200, 350, 1900. I am non-military, but I am qualified in all models of C-12. Produce a resume/application that shows that you really want the specific mission, and that you really like what the company stands for, and PREPARE for the sim ride and HR interview.
No disrespect about your experience but when you have these ex- military pilots getting turned down when they have very good credentials and high quality of flight time I don't think that is a valid point you made. In case you are wondering, all my flying has been in the civilian world.
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