I thought that years ago (A-6 era) there were flight surgeons that actually went through flight school and in addition to their duties as a flight surgeon they would fly missions, I also thought it had been referenced here before with a few examples and that it was also said it was a practice that was phased out due to not being practical.As I recall, physicians may not serve in any designator that might require offensive combat. Hippocratic oath and all, if not Geneva Convention. I don't recall. I do remember a scenario from recruiting school of reserve SWO going to MED school and on graduating HAD to change designator to Medical Corps. Point being, I am pretty certain there is no chance of being an ordinary fleet pilot. You would have to transfer as a flight surgeon. And you may find that our fight surgeons do not get the flying opportunities you are looking for. And I wouldn't be surprised if this were the case in the USAF AND ANG.