I'm sure this is my best bet, but I am looking for information on becoming an Army Pilot. I have been talking to a recruiter this past week as I am getting closer to wanting to join, but he seems not to know to much about the whole process based off the info I have read.
Based off of what my recruiter says my best bet is to become a repairer/mechanic for one of the four main helicopters. Once I get the experience it will give me a foot in the door to get a good chance at being selected into the program. Now based off of the goarmy website this isn't really the case, but I wasn't supplied much info there either other than a website about the WOFT school and packet. No info on the direction I should go.
That being said, I would love some more info on what I need to do. Should I wait and take some flight courses and then apply as a citizen, or should I enlist in an aviation mos and then build experience to then apply. I'm really looking for my best chance possible since helicopter pilot has been my main objective since the thought of the Army and Air Force has crossed my mind.
Thank you in advance!