I'm already in my first year of college so it's too late for me to do the 4 year AFROTC program so I'm thinking about the two year program, starting up when I transfer to a University in 2 years. I know the percentage of becoming a pilot among commissioned officers is about 4%, let alone becoming a fighter pilot, but I really want something that I can devote a lot of my life to. After going through as a non-scholarship ROTC cadet (as I'm already in my first year of college), getting my bachelors, passing the tests, keeping up physically, and it's time to choose my top four careers, I really don't want to do anything other than flying. Flying a jet preferably. By the time I know what my career will be, will it be too late to back out if I don't get a pilot slot preferably for a fighter jet? I want to devote the next 10 years of my life to being a pilot, as pilots must do, I just don't want to be stuck doing anything else after having already devoted years to trying. If I go for it, I'm giving it my all and nothing less. Extra curricular activities, staying in shape, a 3.5+ gpa, etc. What are you opinions? Odds of me becoming a pilot if I dedicated the coming years of my life to it? As some background I'm 20 years old, 6 ft 200 lbs, was a cub scout, played football in middle school, 0 trouble with the law, not as much as a parking ticket, AP Computer Science senior year of HS, didn't do too great academically though, B/C student, which is why I'm turning myself around since I just started college. I just really want to devote myself to something, so I figure this is the best thing that I could do, plus being a fighter jet pilot is the most interesting and amazing thing I've ever thought about doing. My grandfather spent his entire life in aviation which really motivates me, I know I have what it takes, and have the level of motivation it takes, there's just so few pilot slots as far as I understand that it's makes me doubt myself. I have recently read about the AF needing more pilots though, so that gives me some hope. Thanks.