If you are a Naval SNA, can you transition to USMC in flight school?
Fester is right, you guys need to chill. The FY2009 Marine Aviation Plan, noted in this thread and several others here already, have the Marines training NFOs out to at least FY2016 and flying Prowlers out to FY2018 (4 full squadrons to 2015). So you all can breathe a little easy, for now.Look, it's going to be a long time before the Marine Prowlers and D-Hornets are completely gone. This is just not something the new guys need to be sweating yet.
What do you mean by "phase you out"?If for some reason you get an NFO slot and have to phase you out, will they train you to be an SNA?
I'm still in HS. I'm going SNA anyway, so I am not worried. Just curious.What do you mean by "phase you out"?
There's going to be two-anchor Marines flying for a good long while yet. If you're in USNA now or just graduated, you can worry about how this will affect you when you're up for Colonel. Not in the near-term. So for the millionth time already, stop worrying about it.