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How do u become a flying crew chief in the air force?

I leave June 9th to basic hoping to get crew chief for my job. What are the chances I would get crew chief? I would like to travel a lot that why I want to be a flying crew chief.

Asked By: Crazy kid - 5/24/2009
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they always need crew chiefs your chances will be good they have high bonuses too and make rank really fast more than likely you wont fly until your second term most of the flying crew chiefs have a couple years at least most are 9 levels for the heavies... More
Answered By: Lee2332 - 5/28/2009
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depends on your skill. If you're good at your job, and give them the commitment and your best you'll make it. it may take months or years, but you'll make it
Answered By: Billy E - 5/24/2009
 
Cargo Planes and Helos, if you are a Fighter or Bomber Crew Chief you will be staying on the ground.
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Answered By: wraeth - PHA - 5/24/2009
 
Your best bet is to try and get a squadron with the cargo planes. C17,C141,C5,C130 etc. Their Crew Chiefs fly alot but you have to work hard they take the best ones on the trips
Answered By: jerry b - 5/24/2009
 
As crew chief of an aircraft large enough to hold you, you would have the option of flying with it. There is no such thing as "flying crew chiefs". That is your aircraft which you are responsible for all maintenance on it.
Answered By: . - 5/24/2009
 
There is a Flying Crew Chief program in the Air Force. But its on the "heavies"Cargo,Tankers etc.. FCC here
Answered By: ? - 5/25/2009
 
After about of year of hard work, you could become an Assistant Crew Chief. With more work you could become an Dedicated Crew Chief when you reach SRA, but most likely SSGT. It takes dedication to your plane though, treat it as your baby (or a beloved family member). 12 years as a crewchief I was an assistant my... More
Answered By: Jega - 5/25/2009
 
they only want the hardest working, most knowledgeable crew chiefs to be FCC's and all of that comes with lots of experience.
Answered By: Gooch - 5/25/2009
 
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