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I''m enlisting into the USAF, anyone have info on a Flight Engineer or other "air" type job?

A:  You CAN NOT enlist as a Flight Engineer. You must be at least an E-4, come from a feeder career field, and have a proven record of excellent performance. Feeder careers are 1A, 2A fields. You need to already know how and why an aircraft works and flies before hand. I think you should do some more research on the job, to fully understand what it entails. Edit: B suffix is Helicopters, C suffix is Fixed Wing. Fixed wing requires you coming from a feeder career field, such as another Aircrew position (1AXXX)or an Aircraft Maintenance (2AXXX) position. The intent is that you already have enough experience (3-4 yrs) to know how and why and aircraft flies. They best feeders are Crew Chief, Jet Engine Mech, Hydraulics,...

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Does anyone have suggestions on where to live for pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base?

A:  no one has such suggestions. cool cool...

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Does anyone have tips on passing a road test?

A:  Remain calm. Read the DMV driving guide. Make sure your mirrors are adjusted properly for you. Remain calm. for parallel parking, just pull up even with the front car (you may have to picture it in your mind, our area they use poles), turn the wheelto the right as you back in, about when the front door on the passenger side comes even with the ''bumper'' of the front car, start turning the other way. Pull forward a bit to straighten. PRACTICE IF YOU HAVE NOT for best effect. When backing in, remember the car swings around based on the pivot of the back wheels. Use the front wheels to control the angle in, and use your mirrors and view through the back window to guide you. Did I mention practice? Congratulations! Read your book well & remember what you practiced on....

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Anyone have advice on writing to senator or congressperson?

A:  Originally posted by MrDub Hey there, we have passed the 180 day mark the NSC, and it doesn''t look like they''re really close to touching our petition yet. Anyone have any advice on writing to a Senator or Congressperson? Should I just keep it very matter of fact?, does it make any diference at all, do they care!? Should I point out Case numbers filed after ours which have already been approved? Will it help or hurt me to include personal information...? Any words of advice would be appreciated. My fiance lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Before you contact anyone read their website if they have one and determine their criteria for assistance. Some will ask that you complete a form and mail or fax it to me. Some want a phone call first and...

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Divorce and claiming a child on tax return

A:  "Since I'm the one who paid daycare and healthcare expenses for both children by myself, can I deduct all of it on my tax return?" Yes, assuming you otherwise meet the requirements for the child and dependent care credit and for the health care expenses. Neither of those items follow the dependent exemption. The child and dependent care credit basically goes to the custodial parent, if you needed to pay for child care to enable you to work. The deduction for health care costs goes to the parent that paid...

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how do i prove ex is working for cash- plus he lied on his motion - can he be fined?

A:  I know exactly how you feel! My ex is a somewhat wealthy man (through inheritance and business dealings), yet he continues to be cheap with our children and will do whatever it takes to reduce his child support. He frequently lies to his lawyer and others during the mediation process. Whenever he feels that he''s about to be "questioned" regarding his income, he mysteriously "loses" his job, yet he is still able to maintain his standard of living. I get soooo frustrated! The last time that we went to court for mediation after he filed for "Modification of Support", he lied about his income and, conviently, had no way of showing what his income actually was. His support was reduced with...

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childcare costs between CP & NCP

A:  I would say it is DH since they are his days. She had offerred to watch them but unless it was in the order that was obligated to provide child care, then she is doing it as a courtesy and can decide not to if if she needs to. Usually after school isn't 'that' expensive and I imagine it would cost way more to go back to court over that then to just pay it when you need it. We are in a similar situation. When I am available i will certainly pick up the kids and keep them till thier Dad can pick them up...however, I have work and travel commitments and can't make myself available for all of his days. In those cases, he lets the afterschool program know the kids will be there and he pays. just my opinion I say it is...

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Do 2nd wives /child have rights to $ from Dad?

A:  "The first wife and daughter from that marriage purjured themselves in court to get a huge monetary judgment and attorneys fees that will break my husband financially." Scroll through the other threads and see how many second wives post this story.  It is a common theme in second marriages:  the child support/alimony is more than we can afford why doesn't our family come first? "Can I sue the daughter (she is legally an adult at time of testifying and I can prove perjury) for slander since there was a monetary judgement and attorney fees?" No.  You have no standing in this.  The time for him to appeal is gone.  If he didn't address it in the initial hearing or appeal then his options are likely limited if none....

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When the NCP insists on less time with the child...

A:  Your ex is a hostile manipulative lunatic. If you let her get away with this she will walk all over you forever. My advice, for the 2 cents that it's worth, stick to your guns and call her bluff. If she makes good on her threat not to see your son at all, that's not your fault, it's hers. And just maybe, standing up to her might put her back in line. Laymans take: I basically agree--in a legal sense you cannot force parent to exercise visitation right--and your agreement probably lacks the clout of a court order--but your arrangement sure seems fair to me--NCP gets a broad pick and right to change the pick or cancle with decent notice.   If your plan required her to take unwanted visitations in order to get desired visitations I could see some sort of adhesion...

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Relative Caring for child / Split Cost?

A:  As I recall, your ex likes to make things as hard as possible? If so, you can bet he'll object to your relative taking care of the baby. If HE has a relative nearby, he'll insist on equal time! It might appease him if the price was cut..after all, the daycare providers are professionals, not a doting relative. And it might give him incentive NOT to make a big deal out of it. However, "relative" situations often mean the relative is doing it for almost-free, and the ex often believes HE is the only one paying, while Mom gets a free ride. You can bet he'll raise this issue also; if relative IS doing it for free, why not say so now? That would REALLY give him incentive not to fight it and courts realize the