Discussion in 'Aviation' started by whitemouse75, Sep 9, 2007.
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what's the upper age limit for people attempting pilot selection?
I think on the website it states that, given it takes a year to complete Sandhurst, AAC would like you to have enlisted at RMAS by 25 and on your Pilots course by 26.
not 100% on that though, although if it's wrong im sure somebody will correct me!
how about people already serving?
From AAC Website:
"As an officer you should ideally be on the flying course by your 27th birthday."
This will probably still apply to junior ranks, as long as you meet the NCO Rank requirements for the application, which i think want you to be at least L/CPL with recommendation for CPL promotion??
or : http://www.army.mod.uk/aac/recruiting/officer_career.htm
Im sure I read in Soldier this week it is 30. Dont quote me on that though.
That is correct age limit is 30 to start the course. however if you are AAC cap badged and have a good reason that you have not aplied before (i.e injury, tours ect) then i believe it is judged on an individual case.
and all depending on what day of the week it is and if the deciding officer has had a bad day or not
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