To become a pilot in the army, you need to be either an officer or a warrant officer, with most pilots being the latter. You need to score at least 110 on the ASVAB test, complete basic training, and attend Warrant Officer Candidate School for six weeks. Then you need to complete Warrant Officer Pilot School and flight training, which lasts 12 to 18 months. You learn how to fly free of charge, but you have to commit to ten years of service after graduation.

Here are the steps you can follow:
1. Join the U.S. Army.
2. Meet the qualifications to become a warrant officer.
3. Attend Warrant Officer Candidate School (WOCS).
4. Complete Basic Combat Training (BCT).
5. Complete Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC).
6. Complete Initial Entry Rotary Wing (IERW) Flight Training.