US Coast Guard Infinite Flight

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the official topic of the US Coast Guard- Infinite Flight! We serve the community by securing the US border and detecting threats in the airspace. We use the C-130J, F-16, and C208 in our units. Members who apply must have at least 20 hours of Live time and will undergo a 5-hour training course in the C208. Once the course is over they will transition to captaining their own C-130J Super Hercules. Certain members will become eligible to become F-16 interceptor pilots after they complete 100 hours with the Coast Guard.

Missions:
Patrol Flights: The US Coast Guard intends to have at least one C-130 on patrol at all times. There will be a maximum of 2 USCG C-130s on patrol in one region. These flights can last up to three hours.
Interception Flights: The US Coast Guard intends to have at least one F-16 Falcon on standby to intercept targets designated as potentially threatening by a USCG C-130 Patrol. Flights will attempt to lead dangerous aircraft to a designated airport.
Transport Flight: Some C-130s will also participate in airlifts between bases.

All missions will be assigned on the VA Slack site. Our site is uscg-if.slack.com.

Apply here:

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Do you have an actual website besides slack?

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Hahaha, this sounds awfully similar to another escort service lel (IFES) ;)

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100 hours holy moly

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5 hour training course, this is not appealing. Im sorry but that’d need to be cut down in order for you to successfully gain more members :)

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This needs more time. As said above, 5 hours is a lot for people as a lot of have lives to live. [quote=“bumbewildered, post:1, topic:84947”]
. Certain members will become eligible to become F-16 interceptor pilots after they complete 100 hours with the Coast Guard.
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And this is quite a lot seeing as the missions will be quite short.
Sorry, but please spend more time. Contact @Ben_Schenk or @NEO as they run IFVA thingy.

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You haven’t come to talk to us, so no this won’t go ahead yet.

What do you mean?