My name is Aaron. I’m 23 and currently serving in the Israeli Air Force (not a pilot). I will finish my service around the end of 2018 and my dream is to become a commercial pilot. I’ve been looking at my options and right now the best (to me) seems to be enrolling in Aviator College of Aeronautical Science and Technology in Fort Pierce, Florida (I’m a U.S. citizen). I’m choosing this option because of the 2-year associates degree in Aeronautical Science that they offer in conjunction with flight training up to a commercial license with an option to remain as an instructor to build up hours (I plan on building up to a bachelors degree afterward through another school). I thought this would be a good way to earn my ratings while simultaneously working towards my degree (which I understand I would need to eventually be hired by the majors). The whole program (excluding housing) comes out to about $70,000. I wanted to know if anyone here has had any experience with this College (or others like it)? In addition, I wanted some opinions on this pathway (pros and cons) and if anyone thinks I should be going about this differently.