okay plain and simple i want to either become a radiologist or a pilot. im leaning more towards pilot because my qualifications seem pretty good. im in AFJROTC, im Operations Squadron Commander, a cadet officer Major, drill team, color guard Sabre and special Forces for two years or more for all of them. now this is what college looks for right? and this is what Airforce looks for right? also, most importantly i am about to finish up my Ground School Aeronautics and get my permit to fly, then in another two month course here at Osan i can get my liscence to fly commercially! haha im excited about that. anywho, i have all the qualifications with my body, im 5'8 1/2 20/20 vision, i have'nt had that laser surgery on my eye, and i aced my Aeronautic Flying test, and written test on the parts of 12 different planes from fighter to cargo. and my grades are pretty up to top, honor roll for all my highschool averaging a 3.3-3.6 so what chances would you say i have? thanks
Asked By: Vincent D - 5/8/2007
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you sound like af acadamy material. you should start working on your package now. also, don't let your gpa fall below 3.5. be aware that it will be quite some time before you're dropping bombs off of an f-16. you'll have 4 years at the acadamy, then even once you get accepted to pilot training, you'll spend months... More
Answered By: hunting wabbit - 5/8/2007
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Scrap the pilot idea... More
Answered By: SPC Burn It - 5/8/2007
First of all, a Radiologist is a doctor and requires that you go to medical school. Not a good comparison to being a Pilot... More
Answered By: Billy - 5/8/2007
Join the Army and be a real pilot. You can do that right away., Study while you are in and use the GI bill, and become a doctor later.
Answered By: dr strangelove - 5/8/2007
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