So, I'm in the process of applying to the Army for either WOFT or OCS. I've taken my MEPS physical and am scheduled to take the AFAST next week. My recruiter says that I can apply for either program because I have a degree and PPL. I'm kind of confused about the differences between a WO and an Officer though. From what I understand, WOs are primarily skill-focused, while Aviation Officers are command-focused. But everything I've been reading about WOs says that they have significant leadership roles and take part in mission planning, assigning, and even training. So, if WOs and Officers both have leadership roles, and they both fly as well, what is the real difference between them aside from the paycheck? I like the idea of WOFT because of the guaranteed flight training, but I like the idea of leadership experience as well. Any input would be most appreciated. Thanks!