This mom is in complete agreement - you 2010s are great! We've enjoyed meeting some of you and hope to meet the rest of you soon. You sure helped us prepare for this ride and will help in days to come, I know.
BTW - Hornet someone in 24 loaned son a phone, we had a quick call, it was great! See you at Acceptance!
Hornetguy - I've got a couple of quick questions for you. About how many cadets make the "500 club"? (I think that's what it is called) And does that only involve the PFT scores or also AFT? DS has set that as a goal. His first PFT score was 411 and he said a little higher on the second one. He's hoping to score even better on the one administered the week after PW. Thanks a bunch. And I, too, agree with the previous posts thanking you (and the rest of the 2010ers) for all of your help and advice throughout the year.
Not many make the 500 club. Maybe one a squad will. That includes either the PFT or the AFT.
My AOC has actually started a 1000s club program in our squadron. He's an iron man guy, so HIS goal is to get 500 on both PFT and AFT by the end of the year and he will help anyone that wants to train with him. Amazing guy really.
Well, I finally heard from my cadet. He did pass the PFT, though not with a high score BUT he did it with a major blood infection from blisters, his leg swollen and red from his foot to his groin, and the day before he went into the hospital. / : Thanks for all the help with the numbers. I am just glad he is in the hospital where someone is taking care of him.
There actually is an exact scoring chart for the PFT. I have the chart for females, and I know someone in my squad who has the chart for males. I'll try and post them this weekend for the eager 2012ers who want to begin practicing and calculating scores.