Well i've always wanted to be a SEAL since I was a little kid and I think i'm going to pursue that goal sooner than I thought. Basically i'll give you guys a cliff notes of my life the past few years. I started High School planing on leaving and joining the Marines or Navy. So I didn't push myself very hard, to get the stuff done needed for college. But in my Junior year I met my Fiance, so I after I realized I was going to marry her my plans started to change, I was going to go to college first and be an officer. Then I wasn't going to go at all. Well now i'm back to the officer thing, but problem is I don't like school, and waiting and strugglinng to get through 4 years of college at least before I can join sucks. It will put me tens of thousands of dollars in debt for college costs. So my plan right now is to Enlist with the SEAL challenge, and once I finish all training, I will start going to college. My recruiter said college is 100% payed for. Sounds like bs to me but I want to make sure, I mean even if they pay for half, its better than nothing. Then after that getting commissioned and moving onto an officer in the teams. Thats if I make it through BUD/s etc. If I don't i'm going to be doing Hospital Corpsmen school before BUD/s so i'll do that and work with the Marines until I can get college done, get commisionned and work on being a pilot. Sound like a strong plan?