Basically, I'm a rising Junior, so all of a sudden, everyone is throwing all of this college stuff at me. For awhile now, I've wanted to be a doctor, and had been looking at some of the local colleges near me for undergraduate degrees. Now, at a barbecue I was at the other day, I was talking to my dad's friend about good places to go, and he mentioned either a Military Academy or an Ivy League School as a precursor to a Medical School. He also said that his friend, from his navy days, was on the admissions board, which would help my chances of getting in. Now, I think I would have pretty good chances of getting in, I'm taking AP classes and doing well in them, I'm in Honor Society, World Language Honor Society, and Math Honor Society, as well as being an officer in several clubs, but aren't really sure about a Military School. Like, with the committed service, would that come before Medical School? Or would I go through USNA and then Med School, and fulfill my service requirements as a Physician or some sort? He told me that I would receive full scholarships for Medical School as well, in exchange for committed service, but does that get added on to the USNA service? As in, I recognize the fact that you can either, go to USNA, and serve x amount of years, or go to an undergraduate school at your own expense, and then attend a medical school of your choosing, have it funded by the government, and have to serve x amount of years. But if you were to do both, would you have to serve x+x amount of years? Or just one of those. I'm sorry for all of the questions, and I looked through some FAQ's and such, but the answers didn't really help me understand it all. As this basically has the potential to sway the outcome of my life, it is something I really want to have a firm understanding in.