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NFO through OCS?

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I am looking for applying for Navy Pilot.
Graduated from University of Michigan with 3.5 gpa in Psychology. 25 years old.
I was a nupoc applicant but did not make it at the final interview because I was not qualified to the nuclear officer.
Through this experience, I have obtained medical examination (which will expire on october) and security clearance. I think I have done everything for navy pilot except taking astb.

My question is how often the navy has the slots for pilot for ocs candidates? I was told that we have to get gurantee for flight school before signing for ocs.

One more question, if I go to flight school after ocs, is it really hard or impossible to be a fighter pilot in navy compared to the academy or nrotc
 

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I am looking for applying for Navy Pilot.
Graduated from University of Michigan with 3.5 gpa in Psychology. 25 years old.
I was a nupoc applicant but did not make it at the final interview because I was not qualified to the nuclear officer.
Through this experience, I have obtained medical examination (which will expire on october) and security clearance. I think I have done everything for navy pilot except taking astb.

My question is how often the navy has the slots for pilot for ocs candidates? I was told that we have to get gurantee for flight school before signing for ocs.

One more question, if I go to flight school after ocs, is it really hard or impossible to be a fighter pilot in navy compared to the academy or nrotc
Every question you've asked has been answered here and available in the stickies. Please have a look around and do some reading then come back and ask specific questions.

In short: often. correct. no, no one cares about your commissioning source once at flight school.
 
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