Hi, I'm a junior in high school, and I've been aiming for a degree in aerospace engineering since middle school. But it came up in my mind that the aerospace field seems to be dominated by weapons. Maybe I'm just a naive kid, but I don't think I can stand watching a bomb I helped design fall down on someone and kill them. So what if I'm working at say, Boeing, and my boss tells me to design a weapon? Maybe I'm not sure how it exactly works, but I figure they would use their airliner engineers also as, say, missile engineers. Is there pretty much no way to avoid designing a weapon in the aerospace engineering field, other than working for NASA? Oh, and I don't care about rationalizing it by saying it's for defense. I know my conscience would bother me.