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166TH AIRLIFT WING STUDENT FLIGHT

Congratulations on making the decision to serve your country and community!

You are the next generation of leaders, and will inherit the torch passed down from Guardian to Guardian since 1802. You are now part of a tradition of excellence, integrity, service and honor: Be proud! Whether you are here for the next six years, or the next 20, we are excited to see where your career takes you, as well as rejoice in all of the incredible things you will accomplish right alongside you. 

While you are awaiting Basic Military Training (BMT), you will be assigned to Student Flight during Regularly Scheduled Drill weekends (RSDs). During your time in Student Flight, you will be given tools, training and knowledge that will help prepare you to successfully complete BMT, as well as introduce you to military life. Welcome, "Airman," to the Delaware Air National Guard. Thank you for your service. 

COMMANDER

 

Captain Valerie Camarillo
166th Airlift Wing Student Flight Commander
COMM 302-323-3504

NCOIC

 

Staff Sergeant Letonia Alexander
166th Airlift Wing Student Flight NCOIC
COMM 302-323-3411

PHYSICAL FITNESS

Maintaining your physical fitness is paramount in your military career. Download the "Delayed Entry Program" Airforce app available on iOS and Android to help physically prepare you for the rigors of Basic Military Training (BMT). We recommend you work out at least 6 weeks prior to shipping to BMT on a schedule of 3 to 5 times a week. This routine includes stretching, running, push-ups and sit-ups.

Males Under 30         Females Under 30        
Standard 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Waist Standard 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Waist
Minimum 13:36 33 42 <=39.0" Minimum 16:22 18 38 <=35.5"
Maximum 09:12 67 58 <=32.5" Maximum 10:23 47 54 <=29.0"
                   
Males 30-39         Females 30-39        
Standard 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Waist Standard 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Waist
Minimum 14:00 27 39 <=39.0" Minimum 16:57 14 29 <=35.5"
Maximum 09:34 57 54 <=32.5" Maximum 10:51 46 45 <=29.0"

 

Males Under 30        
Standard 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Run
Minimum 13:36 33 42 <=39.0"
Maximum 09:12 67 58 <=32.5"
Males 30-39 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Run
Minimum 14:00 27 39 <=39.0"
Maximum 09:34 57 54 <=32.5"
         
Females under 30        
Standard 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Run
Minimum 16:22 18 38 <=35.5"
Maximum 10:23 47 54 <=29.0"
Females 30-39        
Standard 1.5mi Run Pushups Situps Run
Minimum 16:57 14 29 <=35.5"
Maximum 10:51 46 45 <=29.0"
         
         

 

STUDENT FLIGHT TIPS

  • When arriving to drill, come dressed to Student flight in blue jeans, white or navy t-shirt, sneakers and a belt.
  • In your backpack, include your military paperwork folder and your ID. You may need these during your Admin Duties sessions, as needed for the schedule.
  • Students must complete their security clearance and finger prints before getting a CAC even though you are already gained.
  • Start memorizing the Airman's Creed, Rank Chart, Military Phonetic Alphabet and your Chain of Command
  • Student Flight recites the Airman's Creed as a group at Roll Call.
  • Do not be late.

Enjoy the journey! Journal and take photos (when you can) of your experience and hashtag #166AWStudentFlight

Download the App

Search for and download the USAF Connect app on your phone (iOS and Android). Select "166th Airlift Wing" as your favorite to load all of our content. The USAF Connect app contains unit phone number directories, drill schedules, Basic Training Fitness Calculators and much more useful information

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