I'm a Navy 4 year scholarship winner and waiting to hear from Air Force, both for aerospace engineering. After college I have my heart set on getting a pilot slot in the AF or Navy. I was hoping to get some advise, based on my major and desire to fly, on which school to choose. I applied to the University of Washington (UW), University of Southern California (USC), and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) at Daytona Beach. Currently my Navy scholarship is to ERAU but I can request a different detachment. I don't get an admissions decision from UW or USC until March but would likely need to request a change in detachments before then to not get waitlisted. For Air Force I believe I can decide after I get admissions decisions from the Academy and UW/USC. The scholarship (if I get it) I think can be applied to any school and their detachments don't fill up? Personal experience or statistics on their engineering programs and number of pilot slots would be appreciated. Thanks.