Hi- I have begun the applications process for USAFA class of 2019. One of the questions I need to answer for my congressman on his nomination application asks what I plan to do in the military. I have considered several options, including piloting and military intelligence. So I have a couple of questions: 1) Today I watched the Thunderbird demonstration at the USAFA graduation and it was INCREDIBLE! I have highly considered being a pilot, however, I get airsick. I have heard that with experience, you can get over it. Has anyone found this to be true from experience. Also, I get pretty bad hay fever during the summer and I have heard this can disqualify you from pilot training. Anyone know whether or not this could be a factor? 2) I originally wanted to major in Behavioral Sciences with an emphasis on leadership after taking AP Psych last year, however, I don't know what kind of career opportunities are available with such a degree. Also, would my chances of admission be lower if I chose such a "fluffy" degree. 3) Finally, I have been told by my Dad (an army officer with 22 year's service) that I would do well to work in Military Intelligence. I don't know what sort of work that would be though. I assume that a Military and Strategic Studies major would equip me for the job, but I also don't know what kind of classes that would involve (math, science, reading...?) Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks!!