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There are two possibilities: (1) you can apply to transfer to the 210th Rescue Squadron as a helicopter-only pilot (you don’t have to meet the UFT board, but can’t apply for transfer to a fixed-wing position later), or (2) apply to UFT board for fixed wing training.
Case 1 (apply for transfer to 210th): You still have to meet the age limit to become an Air Force officer (younger than 35), and you will need to attend the Academy of Military Science (officer basic training) to receive a commission in the Air Guard. If you apply to transfer to the 210th Rescue Squadron as a helicopter-only pilot, be advised that applications are only considered as vacancies become available.
To ask about this option, send an introductory e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you come into the 210th as a helicopter-only pilot and decide later you want to be a fixed-wing pilot, it is not impossible, but a vacancy must be available and you will have to complete Undergraduate Pilot Training. This scenario occurs only very rarely.
Case 2 (apply for fixed-wing UFT): You fall in the same category of everyone else applying for UFT. You will need to meet the age limit for UFT (younger than 28 at the time of application). You will also need to attend the Academy of Military Science to receive your commission in the Air Guard. If you are selected for fixed-wing pilot training you will go through the identical pipeline of Undergraduate Pilot Training as any other selectee.