Hi. I want to become a fighter pilot in the navy. However, I did not make it to the service academies, so I am considering navy ROTC. 1)Does anyone have last year's statistics on how many flight slots were given to NROTC vs the number of people who applied? Do they give the naval academy and NROTC the same number of slots?I want to get an idea on how competitive it is through NROTC. I do not want to go marines, since my goal is to go fixed wing, and marines have offer more of a chance of getting rotary wing. I heard it's less competitive than AFROTC, since many people choose Air Force whenever they think of flying in the military. 2) What does it depend on? Does it depend solely on GPA and fitness? I heard that you have to be the top 20 percent of your graduating class.3) Does anyone know a rough estimate of how many Navy officers gradate ROTC each year(excluding marine option officers)?