Good Evening, I am currently a 24 year old soon to be 25 by next month Active-Duty Operation Specialist in the Navy. I've wanted to become a Naval Aviator since I was just at kid (9 years old). I wanted to ask aside from good grades should I do to give myself a Leg up over other candidates applying for Naval Aviator through OCS? To tell you a little bit about myself, as said I am 24 years old on Active Duty in the Navy at the same time a Full-Time Student at Tidewater Community college going for my Engineering Associates with a CGPA of 3.5 by the end of Summer 2020. I aim to transfer to Old Dominion University to finish my Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Aerospace. I am also working on my Private Pilot License which I am hoping to have by the end of this month or the beginning of next month. I also volunteer with the local Military Aviation Museum. I want to ask would it better my chances of getting selected for Naval OCS and a Naval Aviator Contract if I continue all the way to my CFI/CFII and MEI as well as obtain endorsements like High Performance, Complex, Aerobatic, High Altitude and Tail Wheel? Also I am thinking of getting certified in skydiving and SCUBA should I go for them and while applying for OCS should I work on my Masters in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering? I also want to know if in order for my to get picked up for pilot should I also apply for Marine Corps, Army and Air Force OCS/OTS while I am on active duty if I get a conditional release in order to better my chances of getting a Pilot Contract if so how would I go about doing that? I will take my ASTB after my Bachelors, I just want to wait until I am done so I can focus on that and aside from books how and where can I study for the ASTB because if I just study from the book for stuff like the Math and Mechanical Comprehension it might become memorization instead of actually prepping? I know I am asking for a lot but I really could use all the advice and/or inputs I can get in order to make this dream a reality so any advice would be great advice.