Hi, I was just at the Naval Academy for their summer seminar. Up until then I had been sure I wanted to go AFA and only went to NA for their seminar because I missed AFA's deadline for application. When I went there, however, they were pretty negative about the AFA. I'll admit my perception of AFA is probably covered because almost all of my relatives have graduated from there so I was wondering if anyone could clear up some things that people at NA said about AFA. 1. The Naval Academy graduates more pilots a year than AFA does. 2. If you don't get one of those coveted pilot spots in AFA, the rest of your career will be spent at some obscure place testing missiles, whereas not being a pilot after NA leaves you the opportunity to go Marines, surface warfare, subs, etc. 3. The marines have the most officers in military diplomacy (this is where I ultimately want to end up). I don't really like water so I'd rather go Air Force but if it's really so hard to be a pilot, I'd rather be on a ship than stranded testing missiles. Thank you so much!