The AFA is my top pick for colleges, and my priority for application--directly followed by the Ivy that I can't afford and my home-town back up. I currently (unofficial) have a 3.955 unweighted and 4.105 weighted GPA on a 4-point scale. I'm only two years into high school though. I currently have approximately 350 community service hours over the last two years and have participated in Key Club freshman and sophomore year. I do play an instrument, but my school does not have an ensemble for so I play on the side; I do not play any sports but I am in good physical condition: I expect to be capable of achieving the maximum scores on the CFA by next year. I am also a Girl Scout. Kind of a tangent... My friends that know I want to be in the AF--preferably as an officer--are basically either indifferent or parrots of the (ever vulgar) "You're gonna go to Iraq and get shot up." I'm of the belief that despite that being a possibility, I want to serve. My thoughts on "being shot up" are that what will happen will and that's a risk that has to be taken. Most of my friends do not support my belief that as a citizen I should be part of Armed Forces for at least some span of my life--any views on this? I'm kind of shaky on the support, my mom shares the above opinion and Dad is alright with it I think.