What's the process of rate assignment at NACCS? Though none of our material is classified. AWO A school is about 4 months long if I remember right. It's timed, but I've never heard of the time being enforced. Anyone with questions regarding AIRR program hit me up - 6 year rescue swimmer. I have been in the Navy for five years now, and I have 4 years remaining on my contract. Just don't ever stop running. I had a chance to visit VP-69 and meet the CMC at NAS Whidbey. This is NOTHING like being on an airliner. AWVs work with the trons when they're not flying, and always have to come back in to write up gripes, turn in comsec drives, and pass down all relevent info to the trons before leaving. The Aircrew Program is a six-year enlistment program guaranteeing initial assignment as a flight crewmember in a fixed wing, helicopter or Unmanned Aerial … EWOs operate radar, long-range cameras, ESM, and MAD. Dry aircrew only: You won't ever ever be on a boat. They will jump in that fight you should of not been in to defend you even though you started it. We're not fighter pilots. Feel free to PM me. There's VERY high-paying but shitty job opportunities after you get out if you're very good at this job. If you're an AWO, it's after this school you'll get your orders for P-3 AAW, P-3 NAAW, P-8 AAW, or P-8 EWO. 3. I'm not worried about RTC, but NACCS is worrying me slightly. The U.S. Navy Reserve consists of four different organizations: 1. All are uniquely qualified to help you along the way. AWFs, for instance, are in short supply and are frequently on duty as the "duty FE", which involves being available for engine turns, etc for a 24 hr period. Can't really speak on them only that is sounds dope. Call MyNavy Career Center: 833-330-MNCC, or 901-874-MNCC (DSN 882-6622), Email MNCC, MNCC Chat Comments or Suggestions about this Website? If you were to switch over to AWO, P-8s are the way because all the P-3 squadrons are leaving Jacksonville to soon transition to P-8's. Effective 28 Oct 2016, Senior Chief Petty Officers no longer compress to AWCM. Similarly, what's the process for picking the aircraft platform you're assigned to? Everything you will need to do and learn to go from E1-9 is included. That's by FAR the most common thing people fail on. Dry crewmen are pretty much done with being tested physically after the graduation of NACCS (which we will cover later), but literally never stop learning. Run, run, run. 0$1$*($1$9<&$5((5:,7+1$9