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Passed ASTAC

I passed my last section and the finals week. The last thing that we had to learn was P-3C Orion employment. They are the only fixed wing aircraft that we control on a regular basis. That is because  they like to fly low and they do ASW. I passed that week's test and then move on the to the finals week which was a recap of all that we learn through the couse in one week it was 4 different tests and I passed. We get our call signs and graduate next week.

P-3C Orion

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paula said…
So proud of you! Big congrats and hugs from us.
Dianne said…
Hooray for you! What an accomplishment. I can't wait to hear what your call sign is. I hope it's a good one and something creative. Hope you have lots of opportunities in the future to use what you've learned as well as your "new name".
Everyone feel so glad to get an awesome experience with flight.

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