My only child may be attending the AFA. We are a non military family. He has been accepted to 5 colleges in additional to the AFA. His desire is to be a civil engineer or possibly a pilot if he attends the AFA. My son is mentally and physcially tough. He has every quality to be successful. However, he has no direct exposure whatsoever to military training/lifestyle etc. Since he applied, I have read every nonfiction and fiction book about the service academies with the last being In A Time Of War. I am scared silly. I would like to know what percentage of AFA graduates end up in war zones. I would think if you are a pilot, the percentage would be 100% and if an engineer, probably high too. Could someone enlighten me on this? I understand that the WP grads that choose Infantry are right there in the action. Is that true for AFA grads too? Please don't call me a baby about worrying, this child is the love of my life. Thank you in advance for any information.