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  1. Yeah, I've been thinking about this too; It's probably the best option. Thanks!
  2. @Richie88 Thanks for the help, I'm 100% in whatever I do, but I definitely am not in love with the idea of waiting a few years and working through some extra hurdles when I reapplied. I appreciate you being straightforward with the details. @Gideon Thank you as well; I thought there was a bigger difference in selection rates between the two. Again, good points that I'll definitely take into my decision.
  3. That's what I assumed would happen. It's not something I'd be jazzed about but if it happened then I'd just work with it.
  4. Thanks for the advice! I'd rather go in for SF then apply to WOFT, but wasn't sure if it was a good idea to wait until a few years from now when the Army is going to be done fixing its pilot shortage; I know that at least eventually I'd want to fly. I figured I could get some idea of what selection rates for the future might roughly look like based off of what they were before the Army started looking for pilots, but I wasn't thinking about the possibility of other factors; that's a good point.
  5. Greetings everyone; this is my first post, but I've been a lurker for a while. I have a few general questions which I haven't been able to find definitive answers to through my time spent combing the forum. I just graduated college with a bachelors in math, and I'm in the final stages of building a civilian WOFT packet; recently, however, I've been considering not applying for WOFT right now, but instead signing up for an 18x contract. My 5 year plan if I did that would be to re-apply for WOFT after hopefully serving a term in SF. If I didn't make it (not something I'd plan on but I'm tryi
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