Hello, it's always been my dream to be a fighter pilot. I have no color blind-ness, however, I wear glasses and have ADHD/ADD, which are two handicaps for me. I have been off the ADHD/ADD meds for a year now though, and I've been performing fine in school without them. I read I can get lasik approved, so the eyesight shouldn't be an issue either. I'm mainly interested in the type 7 Air Force ROTC Scholarship. I hope to major in Aeronautical engineering. I live right by UT-Knoxville, which has Air Force rotc so that would be great. However, the average GPA is 3.76 of your junior year. Mine in my junior year was a 3.444. Also, the average ACT score is a 29.6. Last time, and the only time I took it I made a 25, so I plan on retaking it to at least meet the 26 minimum score. I'm just very worried about not being accepted for the scholarship, so my backup is the Navy ROTC program. I found a nice aviation college in Florida that I could go to. Also, my cousin served in the Air Force for around 20 years. He served as a technical and flight sergeant. He also was an air advisor who trained the Afghanistan air force. He gave me the serious talk about the military. The stuff the recruiters won't tell you, that it honestly can be really crappy, and I understand that and if anything, that talk has inspired me to push myself further. Is there any way this could help me get accepted? Can I have some input on this please? Thanks.