Good evening everyone, So I have received an appointment to USAFA, USNA, and USCGA, and I'm having trouble on making a decision. I came here in hope of some insight from those with more information than me. My ultimate goal is to become a helicopter pilot in one of the branches, and I feel I might have the best chance at Coast Guard (I'm currently 63 in. tall and the requirement in AF is 64). While this factor is very important to me, I'm also considering what I might do if I'm not a pilot, and the intelligence field has caught my interest. I really don't know too much about it, but I'd either like to work in the field (AF would have the best chance of that) or work for ONI. As an AFROTC cadet, I'm more familiar with the AF, and I would definitely like being in Colorado more than the East coast. But I'm mostly concerned with becoming a pilot, and from the information I have, both Navy and Coast Guard seem like the better option for that. I meet the height requirement, I have a better chance of getting a slot at CG, and at Navy, I'd possibly have the opportunity to fly the Cobra. So I'm looking for advice on which academy I should choose based on these factors, or maybe even information on different career fields if you think it's applicable. Thank you for your time.