MilKEEP’s vision is simple: create time-saving tools for military aircrew. MilKEEP works tirelessly to guarantee our members the utmost in data accuracy, record fidelity and most of all, customer service. Our patent-pending technology captures your flight records with the highest level of precision possible. They are then verified by human eyes for added piece of mind. MilKEEP doesn’t just capture your records; we also alert you to any discrepancies in your flight history report. Engineered by a 15-year active duty pilot, MilKEEP’s conversion algorithm was built with meticulous attention to detail and offers pilots the ability to customize their records seamlessly. Led by a Weapons Officer and Evaluator pilot, passion and expertise for flying are at the heart of our business model.
MilKEEP launched in 2016 as the first and only company with the capability to digitize and convert military flight records into civilian equivalents for airline applications. Dozens of airframes and hundreds of users later, our cutting-edge system powers the world’s leading company in military electronic flight logbooks. If you face the daunting task of manually typing your military flight records into a spreadsheet for your next career and are thinking, “There has to be a better way!”— now there is.
At UpgradeStay we exclusively cater to flight attendants & pilots who need a great deal for a restful place to stay at their base city. Whether you commute, your flight plans change, or you are on vacay we’ve got you covered. We cut your costs to more than half by pairing you with one other aircrew. Share a hotel room- absolutely! Forget the crashpad bunkbed life and get your own full/queen bed. Safety & security are our highest priority. Rest assured you are staying with a fellow crew member. We are aircrew here to serve aircrew.
The Pilot Network is proud to welcome Sr First Officer Ernie Meeks and Captian Jessica Gardner from the Southwest Airlines hiring team.
Their mission is to attract, hire, onboard, and retain extraordinary veterans who serve(d) our country and have given Southwest the freedom to fly.
Military Ambassador Program
Southwest Airlines Military Ambassador Program is a Team of veterans and military spouses serving as liaisons between Southwest’s Operating Groups and Employees. Our ambassadors are charged with being a point of contact for their department or workgroup on all things military and being familiar with and promoting the resources and tools available to veterans.
Military Program Lead
Southwest has a dedicated Military Program Lead who serves and educates our Employees who are veterans, as well as our military spouses, while networking to attract veterans to Southwest.
Feel free to bring your résumé and application, but please don’t ask SWA representatives to look at it. While they are planning be actively recruiting people to come work for them, they have asked that you save your documentation for the application process. They are here to meet the real you, not the interview version.
We will have representatives from Checked and Set, MilKEEP, Cockpit2Cockpit, MIL2ATP and ForeFlight there as well that may be able to assist with some tough questions you are having with your résumé or application.
Be yourself! Suit and tie are not allowed…this isn’t a chance to do an interview. It is an opportunity for you to meet with some great folks from around the country and even representatives of a few great companies.
You will not be out of place in Jeans and a POLO shirt. Shorts and flip flops might be a bit too casual, but you won’t be turned away.
TPN doesn’t have a block of rooms this year reserved. There are many hotels within minutes of the airport, and all have shuttles. TPNx will be held at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport – Terminal. Here are our recommendations for lodging in preferred order.
We start the event on Saturday 10 Nov at Happy Hour. Dinner will be provided as you network with other attendees TPN-style. This is an informal event that is intended to be 50% Party, and 50% Professional Networking. The pic is a view of the VIP lounge overlooking the event space.
Don’t worry, the Bar is an important part of Day 1…and yes it is an engine cowling and overlooks the MCO runways.
Day 2 is going to be interesting, informative, but still informal. We plan to have speakers and pilot panels…all designed to give you the information you are looking for. What better way to spend Veterans’ Day