Hey everybody. I'm currently a senior in High School graduating in June and have been searching around for the best way to become a pilot. I've looked at going to the flight academies like Embry, but it just costs too much ya know? So recently I've been looking at the military route, so far, I'm considering the Marines, forget the Air Force or Navy 'cause it's going to take years for a flying spot. Not to mention the dignity and honor you receive as a Marine just outweighs the latter two. I've read somewhere that the Marines have like a guaranteed job placement or something like that kind of program for the airlines as a pilot. Anyone have any information on this? Also, another reason why Marines is that I've loved the Harriers for so long and I'd like to fly 'em. I already went through Air Force, I also know that they got like the best benefits out of all of them, but still, they're like (no offense) couch potatoes when not flying, nor is the boot campl any challenging, heh. So if anyone's got any info on that Marine program please post or email, graduation is coming up and I still don't know how to get there yet, backup choice is to go to Sierra or Embry.