o I have done some extensive research into becoming an flight warrant officer. I know all of the requirements and what it takes but I do have one great concern and it has to deal with what path I should take. Right now I am in ROTC and my kernel told me that the best way to become a warrant is to complete the program and then serve my four years as any type of officer. He then told me after my four years apply and become a warrant flight officer since it would look much better on my record and that it would take roughly the same amount of years to be elgible for it anyway. (so essentially from the start of me being a e-3 to getting e-5 and then being elgible for flight warrant officer would be around 8 years, is this true?) However I was thinking would I still have a strong chance of becoming one if I got my degree in computer science along with the following accomplishments: 1.) Eagle scout 2.) at least a 3.0 college gpa 3.) community service 4.) 300 on pt score (not my score right now but thats where I should be when I graduate) 5) 90 on asvab 6.) perfect health for flying 7.) good recommendations from my superiors(hopefully that would be achieved) also would it really take at least 8 years to go through the whole process to be able to fly or would it be less because I heard of guys achieving the rank of sergeant in 2.5-4 years and isn't that the rank where your eligible for warrant officer school?