Little bit of background on me. I'm in my pilot application, just passed medical, interview, and cfasc. I have a degree in mechanical engineering from a civilian school. I'm curious what kind of OJT postings I can get and if I have any say in them? So from what I gather, most OJT postings are very monotonous office jobs, just filing paperwork and whatnot. Is there possibility to have some of your postings in a learning environment? I've always wanted to get a masters degree, and I hear the military is very good about further education. My second choice on my application was for aerospace engineer. Is there a chance I could get some training in that field during an OJT?