Aviation guarantees are available in PLC. Those who qualify receive up to 25 hours of flight training while still in college, in order to familiarize themselves with general flight before going to military flight school, following commission. In addition to the other requirements for PLC, applicants must achieve a passing score on the United States Navy and Marine Corps Flight Aptitude Battery. Additionally, applicants must be able to pass the United States Navy Flight Class Physical.
Those interested in becoming a lawyer may be interested in the PLC law program. Under this program, commission is delayed until completion of law school. After graduation from law school, applicants are commissioned in the JAG Corps. To be eligible for this program, applicants must score a minimum of 30 on a 50-point scale, or 150 on a 180-point scale, of the LSAT. Under this program, applicants must be no older than 31 years old as of June 30 of the calendar year they will be commissioned (up to 35 if prior active military service, dependent upon length of prior service).