Pilot Fighter – Becoming A Fighter Pilot!
Do you dream of flying for the United States Military but don’t have a clue about how or where to begin?
Are you frustrated because you can’t find the information that you need to prepare for your Fighter Pilot career?
Are you trying to decide if the lifestyle of a fighter pilot is for you?
If so, you’re not alone. Because…
“…It’s Extremely Difficult – If Not Impossible – To
Find Specific Information On How To Become
An Air Force, Navy or Marines Fighter Pilot.”
Your only resource on flying Mach 1 is your local recruiter, and with all due respect, they have never been through the process of becoming a fighter pilot themselves so their knowledge is limited to brochures and a few guidelines they have.
Just listen to what Dan said while he was standing infront of an F-18.
Besides that, there are actually 3 crucial things that the recruiter is looking for before he even recommends you be commissioned as a fighter pilot.
Contacting a recruiter before you learn these 3 things you could blow your chances of even being commissioned as a pilot candidate!
And once you are accepted into the pilot program you still have to earn your pilot position.
Every colonel, lieutenant, chief, cook and bottle washer will be asking him or herself
if they would get into an aircraft with you and trust you with their life.
And believe me, any aircraft that starts with “F” is usually taken by the first in line!
How do I know all of this? Because I’ve actually “been there and done that.”