^BCOT used to be that way, but some people that may or may not be functionally retarded or subpar for intelligence for an officer have failed out of the new training course known as UCT.
Originally Posted by IridetheShortBus.
I just got my AFSC as Cyber Ops 17D. I'm a 4th year AFROTC cadet and was curious as to what the process is at Keesler and if you have any tips?
It's a long *** tech school so you'll PCS there so be prepared to find a place to live when you arrive. Your cadre/NCOs need to start processing you to get your clearance taken care of as well. You don't want to show up without it. You don't need it for the first 2-3 months or so but it's a long process.
Don't stress too much if you aren't a comp sci major. They teach you all you need to know. If you want to be an A shred you have to be at the top of your class. Your assignment out of tech school will be based upon your dream sheet and you'll have your 'drop night' about a month and a half before you are due to graduate where you find out your assignment. Top spot in the class gets first crack at assignments(A shred billets & nice locations) and the closer you are to the bottom the higher the chances of a less than desirable assignment or a less than awesome location. Granted 'there are no bad jobs in the AF'
They may or may not have some sort of a feedback process put together but it's in your best interest to have a positive attitude and appear attentive in class no matter how royally you get screwed or mind numbingly boring the information they're teaching you may be. Otherwise you'll pull your training report off the records management system to find that all they had to say about you after you've been there for six months is that you have a bad attitude and didn't pay much attention.(still managed to graduate with a GPA around 85% though)
If you have any other questions shoot me a PM.