And daytime relative humidity is of course quite a bit lower than nighttime , as it is just about everywhere in the world. No doubt, it's usually drier in Udhailiyah, but it's not all that horrible in Dhahran in the summer most of the time.
Post by bogiefrommuskogee on Aug 15, 2015 6:59:44 GMT
Of course anybody that knows anything about relative humidity would know there is a difference. Which is why we have sling psychrometers. All I care about is whether my golf clubs slip out of my hand or not. So, far the absence of humidity has been strange.
Anne I am still in udhailiyah just coming up,to 2 years .. I travel a lot and bahrain there is a shuttle free on a Friday but buses run to Dhahran regularly and it's very easy just need to plan. The humidity in UDH is much less than Dhahran if you book your flights right you don't lose a day either side .. I have travelled lots and also there is a local airport which flies to dubai.
I like it here much quieter than Dhahran but I save money (to spend traveling) lots of single females and a good group of people.
I hope you aren't too disappointed I think it grows on you
Post by bogiefrommuskogee on Sept 18, 2015 4:19:41 GMT
Something in your background check? If you did not pass a contingency, only a handful of people will know why and most likely they don't read this forum. Best bet is talk to your recruiter.
With the background check, they don't talk to you. They talk to people who know you. Are you sure you passed the medical? Any pre-existing conditions require a waiver which, for a pilot, would probably not be given.