What are my chances of flying in Air Force after AFROTC?
My goal in life is to first serve my country and then become a commercial pilot.
I will begin AFROTC in January.
I am transferring to a 4 year undergraduate university with an aviation science major.
This major allows me to fly 4 times a week at a local airport.
By the time I graduate I will have received my private license, instrument rating, commercial license, multi engine rating, and CFI.
I am very fortunate to be able to fly in a four year college program.
I will be a cadet in the AFROTC as well.
My dream is to fly fixed wing in the military, does being in this flight program as a major better my chances of flying in the Air Force, or is it all based off solely ROTC?
- Yak RiderLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
If you excellent grades, are in excellent physical condition and pass your flight physiology testing you have a good chance of flying after graduating from AFROTC.