Join Date: Oct 2000
Location: West Point, Ut 84015
Re: USAF AETC question..
We have it here at Little Rock. It's a good idea. I just don't agree with holding NCO's responsible for these kids who think that because they were the best bicycle rider in their 3rd grade class they can handle these newer and more powerful motorcycles. As far as that goes it seems like they are concentrating on the Airman and not the NCO's. With promotion rates as they are it would seem they would be concerned with all personnel involved. I'm for the program, I'm not for blanketing only Airman. In my opinion you can never get enough advice, however it is up to the individual if they want to use it.
We were threatened by our squadron cc that he would prohibit the riding of motorcycles to anyone who is caught doing anything "stupid". Thats a pretty general statement, since I have been turned in for speeding while coming to work all because I passed a Lt Col on the way to work. It was not excessive. I'm starting to ramble but keep this in mind, most motorcycle clubs are nothing more than a mentoring program. The younger members learn from the older riders. This website is kind of like that, people can ask questions and get advice from more experienced riders. That's all I got though Late
I could stop if I wanted to.