Hi there guys, without sounding sycophantic, this seems like the only place where I can get information. I am interested in becoming a pilot, and I am exploring all possible options while still at school. I have been to Cranwell for RAF OASC and passed, but I am very concious that the RAF is far from the only place to learn to fly. I am drawn towards the Army due to the fact that flying is not the main aspect of the job, and this diversity is very much more appealing to me. I have done quite a bit of research into the AAC, but would appreciate any thoughts on what you guys think is the best service (bias aside!!). The main question I have is on employability after service, and what difficulties there are in converting military flying time into civilian qualifications. For instance, can rotary hours be used against obtaining fixed wing qualifications that are accepted by the airlines? What are the difficulties and costs involved? I have trawled the web for information, but everything is very vague, particularly the CAA website. I tahnk you in advance for any information or guidance you can give.