So as title says, I'm applying for the Army Warrant Officer Flight Training program. Ive done quite a bit of research into this and I'm really hoping that I can make it into the program.
For those of you that don't know WOFT is the program that trains the Helicopter pilots for the army.
My reason for applying for WOFT is that I used to be AF ROTC, but because of my grades back when I was a freshman I wasn't competitive enough when selections came around to continue in the program. Since then I have changed majors and gotten much better grades and now am about a year from graduating.
Flying has always interested me and whats really crazy is that between when I was a freshman and now is that if I didn't fuck up my schooling back then I know for sure that I would be a pilot and have graduated college already. Now it's so much harder to get in these days because of the massive inflow of students looking for a commission.
So I see this as a second chance to redeem myself. I won't get to be flying fixed wings but at least I'll be flying. If anyone might have some good info that could help me out in the selection board that would be amazing. I know that I can get through the training, its just getting selected that worries me.