I don't really have anything against MCMAP per se (although as a pilot, I think my time could be better spent with more MOS related training/classes. The problem I have is that it's just one more of the many requirements that keeps getting added on that, in the grand scheme of things, is not really that important to what I do. Nothing ever gets subtracted. We're already busy enough in the day-to-day fight of running a squadron and there is constant noise (MCMAP, BST, Motorcycyle Safety, Info Assurance Training, the UnderSecretary of Defense questionaire that he won't stop sending me, GWOE 1-4, etc). All of this stuff ends up getting done, check in the box style, but I'm not sure of what real training benefit it all has. We end up being the jack-of-all trades, but the master of none. We talk a lot about safety, but we could use more of this time to focus on pilot/aircrew training. In the end, from our little piece of the pie, this is what is really important.