Warrant Officer Flight Training (WOFT)

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I am in the process of trying to join the WOFT program, it seems that I am not getting as much out of my recruiter as other applicants for different MOS. I was wondering if someone would be able to tell me the statistics on this program. I would like to know the ratio of people who apply for the program compared to the people who get in. Also the amount of people who make it through WOCS. I know it requires a lot of information and a lot of time to put a WOFT packet together and I am just wondering if there is a reason that a recruiter would not be as willing to help a with a WOFT packet than to help with a standard enlistment. Are the odds of getting into the program that bad? Or is there just not to many things that the recruiter can do to assist a WOFT applicant?

Is there any other sites that are setup to help with completing a WOFT packet. I have some books that I have bought to help with the AFAST and some short articles explain the process but nothing really helping with the smaller items in the packet, like a format for letters of recommendations. Any types of information will help


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MSG Glenn
Joined: 08/31/2010
@ Matt

I really don't know too much about WOFT (& I expect your Recruiter doesn't either) but I heard that it's hard to get into. I also heard that classes for flight training are filled up or nearly so.

Keep trying. Let me know if you find anything out. My son (also named Matt) is halfway thinking of going that route but he has the advantage of having served in the 3rd Ranger Battalion & is now a SSG & Instructor in the Army Reserve & will be up for promotion to SFC in a month or so. "It's not the Rangers but still a good part-time job". His statement.