US Air Force Pilot Interview Questions

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Very lenthy process with the hardest part as getting accepted into pilot training. Many aspects are taken into consideration but the first step is getting accepted into a commissioning source like the USAF Academy, ROTC, or Officer Training School. While attending the commissioning source, you must be in the top of your class to get selected.

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  • The medical exam is very lengthy and detailed. Most of it is out of your control.   Answer Question

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    Pilot Interview

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    Interview

    Must pass physical screening, drug testing, physical fitness test, bachelor degree, ROTC or OTS training, flight screening and undergraduate pilot training.

    Interview Questions

    • Background check was most difficult portion of the process   Answer Question

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    Pay is fixed based on rank

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at US Air Force in February 2009.

    Interview

    There was an exam, simulation testing and a complete personality profile, then we had a HR interview, chief pilot interview and full physical. The interview required all licenses, FAA certifications and flight log to prove the fliight hours. The test took two days and a full day of physical and aptitude testing.

    Interview Questions

    • Why to do you love to fly?   1 Answer

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