Welcome to Go/No-Go
The link between military and civilian aviation. For all you rated aviators looking to seperate and even those aspiring aviators who are interested in starting a career in the USAF, this site is for you.
Ready to Separate
Many of you have already made up your mind to separate. I think that’s great and want to provide you with as much information as possible to aid in your transition. I can provide you with the info you need. Look for content that covers the many aviation jobs available.
On The Fence
If your not sure, no problem! Maybe you are too early into your career to have an opinion. When I was younger I wanted to keep my options open. I have advice that will help you whether you decide to stay in the service for retirement or get out and try something new.
Ready to Join
Although many of us in the USAF are ready to get out, you would be hard pressed to find aircrew who regret serving. For myself, the USAF has been quite the adventure and I will leave active duty with years of experiences I couldn’t have gotten anywhere else.
What is Part 91?
First off, thanks for listening! Hopefully, you have a better idea as to what part 91 is now and how you can make money as a professional pilot working in General Aviation.
Learn more by reading the FARs
Yes, I know you would…Read More
Flying light GA aircraft can be dangerous
No matter how many hours you have in your MWS, flying a small GA aircraft can dangerous. Especially if you don’t put in the effort to learn how to do it safely.
In this episode, I discuss ways you can…Read More
Thanks for listening!
On today’s show I give a brief introduction and then get straight to the content. I discuss details on aviation military competency (Basic and instructor). I also give you military minded aviators a brief overview of the FAA’s structure. Finally I give…Read More