Hello.... Kinda new to this Forum Site, but thought I'd get it because I aspire to be in the Royal Navy... So, I am a 14, nearly 15 year old student in Year 10 and for over 2 years now I have aspired to be a Pilot in the Royal Navy's amazing Fleet Air Arm...... Now, I've had a trip to my local careers office and have planned out sort of my next Decade, I, at first couldn't make my mind up about going to Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College as it is mainly for engineers and I really don't want any of that business, however the Chief at the careers office said that they sometimes accept pilots....any way, that's option 1. Today I discovered having a 6th Form Scholarship with the RN, therefore securing me a place at BRNC and then a career etc etc. Now for me at first, to do my A levels seems OK as my local college has a 97% pass rate and you get the jist of it.... However my dilemma is which option I should choose, now my other dilemma comes down to what to fly when I get in.... I've always wanted to be the pilot...always, not the observer, not the aircrew, not the engineer, THE PILOT so then I could never decide what to fly, do I go with the AW101 Merlin with ASW (Anti-Submarine Warfare) or Troop Carrying and then I discovered the Lynx Wildcat-fastest Heli on the world... And then I discovered the JSF F-35 Lightning 2!!! A fast jet is every kids dream. Just so you know I do OK in school, not too bad yet not 'top bof'. Predicted Grades are all in A area and I have soooooo much on my CV already, active member of The Sea Cadet Corps, DofE Bronze (doing Silver) and a lot of sailing etc. so yeah, you get a rough idea.... I hope one of you Jacks can help me in my quest for the best flying job and when I should apply..... Thanks, Benjamin.