Published Apr 3, 2012
Hey I wanted to start a thread for anyone going to AirForce 2012 COT
Hi MsRN2You,Just found out that I will be in the Aug COT class as well. I'm going to Japan!
I'll be in the Aug COT class :)
Hi there kuhnb1788!
There's more of us on here, but no one has really written on this thread. Where will you be headed after COT?
I will be joining all of you at COT in Aug.
I will be headed off to Wright Patterson AFB. How about yourself?
Hey! I'll be Okinawa, Japan at Kadena AFB
I will be there. I was accepted back in October 2011 but put on delayed entry so I could finish my BSN. Graduate in May. Heading to Keesler AFB in MS after COT.
I am getting stationed at Langley AFB in Hampton, VA
Other than the PT, what is everyone doing to get ready? What books are we reading? I started with the Airforce Officer's Guide by Col. Benton
Well, I haven't really started to do much since I just found out I was accepted about 2 weeks ago. I have filled out the applications for our passport and I'll just have to get our pics taken and submit to the post office. I've also renewed any certs I have that needed renewing. I think I'm going to join a gym to help keep me motivated on PT . But as far as books, I haven't started reading anything. The things I would like to start doing, I can't until I have orders .
I went through COT 2 years ago. I would suggest that you memorize the AF song and the Airman's Creed. Both easy to find and you need to know them. Learn your ranks. You could learn about customs and courtesy's. AF history is covered in COT, but really I struggled to stay awake and just tried to memorize what they said to to pass the tests. Most people show up with very little experience in the military and the job there is to learn the basics of being in. It is the very basics. If you can get onto a base and get your uniforms ahead of time, do. Get the names all sewn on and ready, get a book on uniform wear and practice getting dressed fast. lol. Oh... and ladies, learn how to do your hair up quickly and so that it stays.
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