Looking into a transfer to AC

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guestm

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Hi guys,

Early stages but I'm looking at a move to aircraft controller, I'm a MESM at the moment so don't know what the chances of a yes would be anyway. Don't dislike my job at the moment but im looking into this branch and it seems like a good option for me.

I'm going to try and arrange a visit to rnas Yeovilton and look at the training complex they have.

Do you get any submariners moving across?
What's the training process like ?

Would it be worth me going to careers office seeing what info they have ?

Cheers
Bdm

Arrange a trip to Yeovilton AC School for a wet and a chat. They'll tell you all. The future's bright, even if the current is difficult.
 
Hi guys,

Early stages but I'm looking at a move to aircraft controller, I'm a MESM at the moment so don't know what the chances of a yes would be anyway. Don't dislike my job at the moment but im looking into this branch and it seems like a good option for me.

I'm going to try and arrange a visit to rnas Yeovilton and look at the training complex they have.

Do you get any submariners moving across?
What's the training process like ?

Would it be worth me going to careers office seeing what info they have ?

Cheers
Bdm
Arrange a trip to Yeovilton AC School for a wet and a chat. They'll tell you all. The future's bright, even if the current is difficult.
Arrange a trip to Yeovilton AC School for a wet and a chat. They'll tell you all. The future's bright, even if the current is difficult.


It's another of the roles invented by our Lords Commissioners to retain personnel with a semblance of Royal Navy life. Given that a considerable number serve just 4 years it is essential that those who have served longer than a dog watch be retained. Long serving SD officers of the WAFU persuasion were offered SD AV soft numbers in Safety Equipment , Photography, Meteorology. Aircraft Handling and anything else they could think of to retain the experienced. Aircraft Controller came to mind. Given we had few combat aircraft, it kept the old and bold on board.
What the future will be when the RN has some combat aircraft to Direct---Who knows.
 

WreckerL

War Hero
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It's another of the roles invented by our Lords Commissioners to retain personnel with a semblance of Royal Navy life. Given that a considerable number serve just 4 years it is essential that those who have served longer than a dog watch be retained. Long serving SD officers of the WAFU persuasion were offered SD AV soft numbers in Safety Equipment , Photography, Meteorology. Aircraft Handling and anything else they could think of to retain the experienced. Aircraft Controller came to mind. Given we had few combat aircraft, it kept the old and bold on board.
What the future will be when the RN has some combat aircraft to Direct---Who knows.
Hello Norman.
 
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guestm

Guest
It's another of the roles invented by our Lords Commissioners to retain personnel with a semblance of Royal Navy life. Given that a considerable number serve just 4 years it is essential that those who have served longer than a dog watch be retained. Long serving SD officers of the WAFU persuasion were offered SD AV soft numbers in Safety Equipment , Photography, Meteorology. Aircraft Handling and anything else they could think of to retain the experienced. Aircraft Controller came to mind. Given we had few combat aircraft, it kept the old and bold on board.
What the future will be when the RN has some combat aircraft to Direct---Who knows.

Take your pills, the relevant are talking.

Your flounce didn't last long did it? Bye bye.
 

BDM

Midshipman
Ok thank you monti and everyone else I'm going to dig abit further and try and get to RNAS Yeovilton To see the training establishment nothing's going to move quick anyway but I'll update you when I follow up on this cheers

BDM
 
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