If you haven't already check out the thread by Bullet, Ok, I'm a Lt. Now What? That may help out and it's a good place to start.
I actually want to know more about where PIMA was going with this: My dream is to fly the Strike or Strike Eagle. I want to know:
If junior year I am found PQd, which of the following determine that I get top pick of choice of plane?:
-Academic, military, athletic GPA (or one above the other i.e. would my chances be hurt if my GPA is 3.5 academically but 3.1 on the other two?)
-major you take at the academy?
-previous flight experience?
And once I'm found PQd (theoretically) and for some reason I am able to pick the F-15/E which bases would I be most likely sent off to? And if they take the F-15s out of commission after let's say 5 years of flying them, could I train for the F-22 or is my career pretty much over? I ask this because every plane is unique, and to fly a plane well you pretty much have to be an expert on it, so would it be better to strive for a plane like the Raptor that's sure to last a while rather than a plane that has an undetermined future?
Time to go do some research youngin'. Hit up google with UPT, ENJJPT, and flight training. About the only thing that the Academy has that affects your aircraft is if you're sent to ENJJPT where you go the T-38 fighter or bomber track. That's reserved for the top 20 people of each class that apply for it.
The other 500 or so people go to UPT where their flying ability, not their GPA/MPA/PEA, along with their instructors will FIRST decide which training track they will take after the T-6 (T-1 for heavies, T-38 for fighter/bombers, etc.), THEN, in each of those tracks your flying ability there will decide which particular aircraft among those you will get. Also, there are times where a UPT class may get 0 or 1 T-38 drop, so sometimes you could just be out of luck!
Bullet will explain more stuff I can't. I would say though, based on my knowledge, you'd more likely be sent to the F-35 from the F-15E than the F-22 due to the particular missions of those aircraft.
PS - The "Strike and the Strike Eagle" are the same thing. Dunno what other aircraft you might be referring to! lol