I can tell you failed your paragraph comprehension test. It's the connotation of: "you don't need a waiver to fly" that is the topic. The annotation is not the topic. Yet, your whole argument was based off the annotation. So I will dismiss that argument.
If you enlist you can likely fly as an NCO(provided you fulfill those requirements). Now I will put the annotations in bold lettering to prevent any further confusion. You will likely get a moral charactor waiver if you are prior service. IMO it's Because that's a good thing that you did for the country. And the people you work with can vouch for you. Plus you did not get kicked out during that whole time. So you should be just fine.
So IMO you should pick up a gun. Because we need it, Good luck soldier.
Topic of post "dui and woft". You post "you don't need a waiver if you are prior service because of X", I post proof you still need waivers for flight and are not exempt, then you post "Oh, no I mean you will LIKELY get a waiver because of your prior service".
Sounds like some serious backpedaling there.
I won't entertain you anymore. Back to topic.
Sorry Murikan that this post has devolved. I hope you got some useful information and can apply it as needed.
As is always said on these forums, your chances are zero if you do not apply, so it doesn't hurt to try.