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I think it is a desire by some drivers, particularly one star and above to suffer us NCO's but not fully accept us.

I look at many of the worlds air forces who operate the C130 that allow both FE and LM to be commissioned. In the RAF they had a LM CO of one of their helicopter squadrons. and also had SQDNLDR FE's.

The problem with the RAAF is it takes too long for changes to be implemented.

The RAAF has lost too many good men, with the lack of career growth in their mustering. I mean just look ar how long it took to get the NCO's into their proper mudterings




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