I currently go to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and I am a aviation major and minor in helicopter flight. I received Army ROTC Scholarship. By end of my Sophomore year, I'll be able to obtain the Private and Commercial Pilot certificates and as well as the Flight Instructor certificate. Here is my question, will it be easier for me to obtain a flight slot to Army Flight School? According to the Embry-Riddle's website, it clearly stated, "Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has a strong Army ROTC program in place. Nearly 90% of the students in this program requesting aviation as a branch after commissioning are accepted" (Embry-Riddle). I even heard that University of North Dakota guarantees flight slot if you get in to U.S Army helicopter flight program which Army pays for the flight training while studying at UND. One more question, do West Pointers get first dips on flight slots? or do West Pointers and ROTC Cadets get equal amount of chances?