Aviation-Steel City Naval ROTC - Carnegie Mellon University

Aviation

The United States Navy offers some of the world's most advanced and comprehensive training in the field of aviation. Navy pilots and Naval Flight Officers are part of a team which maintains and operates more than more than 6,000 aircraft.

As a Naval Avaitor, you'll fly from land bases and ships to perform various missions across the globe  Pilots can fly in a number of Naval aircraft, including jet, helicopter, turbo-propeller, and other tactical aircraft. Navy pilots fly the most sophisticated combat and transport aircraft in the world. The flight hours, precision, and flight expertise you will gain as an Aviation Officer will undoubtedly afford you a prestigious career in the Navy.

Naval Flight Officers are a select group of individuals who receive specialized training on the advanced tactical systems and complex communications systems found in Navy aircraft.  As a Naval Flight Officer you will master aerodynamics, aircraft engine systems, meteorology, navigation, flight planning and aircraft safety.

Aviation Officers receive some of the most rigorous and valuable training the Navy has to offer. The Aviation Officer Program has earned a reputation as one of the finest in the world. 

Learn more about the exciting career of Naval Aviation