I'm currently enlisted in the military and I have signed up for the Navy's nuclear school. I've heard that it has challenging coursework and the demands are high, which is why I was initially attracted to obtaining that job rating. Sometime down the road, I'm going to have to make a choice about continuing as career military or using my skills to pursue another field in the civilian sector. I want to break into the commericial spaceflight industry and my time in the Navy will mostly be spent hitting the books, but I'm curious as to how I am to accomplish this goal. I don't believe there's any designed degree for such a field so I'm looking for suggestions into what I should study. I'll have a tremendous amount of monetary backing from the US government with all the programs they are offering me, so I don't see why I can't just take this route if I end up not liking my career choice.