Will fly for food.
SERE is two weeks right? What is the rough percentage of people who go on the Navy side?
Pretty close to 100% for aviators, excluding the random no-show that MB mentioned. When I went through, there were several Primary complete NFOs going through. The rest of us were post-FRS guys or random Marines/SEALs/etc. Oh, and one disgusting hinge P-3 NFO who was the SRO. Quick to point the blame to others, even in the middle of "camp."SERE is two weeks right? What is the rough percentage of people who go on the Navy side?
Exactly, pretty much everything after the 4100 block of RIs. NFAMs (I think), AirNavs, and VNAVs. There were more flights as well. They took the AirNavs away and replaced them w/ just the 4200 block. Very annoying because there were no real approach mins for the AN, but now you have to average 3 approaches a flight PLUS the 3 approaches on the 4390. There's ways around that, but per the book, that's requirement.Going back to the original topic, I began thinking... what did those guys do in Intermediate? So it leads me to this... for all the P-3 and helo bubbas, what did intermediate (in the T-34) consist of?
I'm guessing that the vnav flights in primary were part of intermediate, simply because I had never done one until I was an IUT. What else though?