No you're not. You're going for RN officer and then pilot.
Now, I know we're splitting hairs, but be under no illusion that you only need to know about the FAA and its comings and goings. You will be expected to know all about the RN in general and have very good knowledge of those big, grey, boaty things.
Although it was many moons ago, my AIB barely touched on the important stuff i.e. aircraft but, rather, concentrated on boats, general knowledge of boats and all things boats. You're there to be Royal Navy Officer and, second, a pilot (although we feel differently). Remember this when adjusting the thrust of your learning.
Why should that matter Sammy? The only advantage we have is that we are already serving on Ships/Establishments and Air Stations so therefore we (should) know a little about service knowledge, such as weapons systems, engine configurations, aircraft types and weapons and my favorite question the distance of a 81mm mortar. Hope that helps?