Hi, my first post so a quick run down: I've just passed AOSB briefing and have pilot aptitude testing booked at Cranwell for the beginning of March. I'm just wondering what the demand is for officer pilots at the moment in the AAC? Anyone know how many applicants there are at Sandhurst versus the number of available positions? From my limited exposure of Afghanistan through the press I see a lot of RAF Chinooks but very rarely any Lynx. I realise that's not a balanced representation but will I have any chance of getting through Sandhurst to train as a pilot or is there too little demand for them? If I were to get selected any idea how many years would actually be spent flying before promotion to flying a desk? I would love to fly but would also prefer to serve as an officer in the Army instead of the RAF, so just trying to find out the reality of this being given the scale of the AAC. Probably been asked before but any new input appreciated, Cheers!