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Offline Dragon Fly

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Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator
« on: September 12, 2009, 20:14:39 »
Thank you all for your input about AESOp.

I would like to receive more detailed information about Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator from those who presently work in this trade, love their jobs and who are supportive of training new recruits for this position.

Please contact me through email or send this letter to an AESOp that fits my above requirements. I’ve formulated a list of about 20 questions that would be most insightful in helping one to make an informed decision. I also welcome any insights from soldiers who work in the air force.

Thank you for your support and hope to see you soldiers in the sky.

Dragon Fly 

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Re: Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2009, 21:00:29 »
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Re: Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2009, 22:58:58 »
D-Fly - post your questions in this thread and I am sure they will be answered <if possible>.

I highly doubt that a serving AESOP will email you out of the blue, thus destroying his/her anonymity on this board.
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Re: Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2009, 23:50:39 »
Oh i will play 20 questions. How about you post them here, it might help someone else later.

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Re: Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator
« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2009, 14:15:10 »
Hi Dragon Fly,

Echoing cdnaviator's comments, it would be beneficial for yourself and others looking to join the AES Op trade if you post your questions here.  There's about half-a-dozen AES Ops with various backgrounds and experience here on the board (myself included).

In your search for more info on the trade I'd encourage you to take a read of:
    http://forums.army.ca/forums/index.php/topic,22838.0.html
    http://www.aesoplounge.com/

Good luck with your research!

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Re: Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator
« Reply #5 on: September 17, 2009, 11:28:34 »
COTP Competition for the 2010/2011 FY.

For anyone who is thinking of an applying for an OT to AES Op (or any other remuster-only trade, too), the deadline for applications to D Mil C 7-3 is 01 Dec 09.

Check your local W/B/F PSO site for deadlines with your local PSO for application submission (it is 10 Nov 09 at the MARLANT FPSO shop).

Link to the COTP Msg for 2010/2011 FY from the MARLANT PSO site is below: (DIN/DWAN/IntraNet link)

http://halifax.mil.ca/N4MAT/N45/Personnel%20Selection/Template/messages/2009194000357%20R%202010-11%20FY%20COMPETITION%20FOR%20THE%20CONTINUING%20OCCUPATION%20TRANSFER.htm

If anyone has questions on the OT process, feel free to fire away.
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