Can You Join The Air Force With A Ged
Can I become an Air Force pilot with GED?
You are a USAF pilot officer and, to be called up for military service, you must have at least a bachelor's degree. Your GED is just outside the reception zone.
For someone with an intelligence of 147, I hope you already know this.
Edit: I'm thinking of going to the US Air Force Academy ... Every year, more than 100,000 high school graduates apply to service academies. In the end, less than 5% will be accepted. Of the selected individuals, they had a GPA of 3.8 or higher, participated in college sports for 2 years or more, participated in student administration, and performed some form of community service. Had given Furthermore ... all the elected persons were nominated by their representatives in the Congress or the Senate. But can your GED handle it? You cannot go to a service gym with GED.
The first answer is no. There were pilot officers and everyone had at least a bachelor's degree. You can definitely join the Air Force as a soldier and then complete your college education to become a pilot. If you really have the IQ of 147, you should be able to take a high equivalent exam for a few weeks to study and get a real degree. This will help you enter the Air Force.
I'm not sure other countries will accept GED candidates, but I've heard that the Marine Corps won't. Just think about it.
To become a pilot, you must first become an officer. To become an officer, you must have a bachelor's degree or equivalent education and experience, and exceptions. With just one GED, you won't become a pilot.
You know the Blue Angel is the Navy, not the Air Force, right?
Without a high school diploma, this is a GED with 15 college credits, you can't even apply. To become a pilot, you need at least a bachelor's degree ... then you need to earn your commission ... then be accepted as a flight attendant ... and finally Flying Scottish ۔
So of course you can't become a pilot with GED.