you ever heard the saying that there is the civilian way to shoot, there is the police way to shoot, and there is the army way to shoot? basically what that means is, regarding marksmanship, the army doesnt care what you know or learned before you joined up. they want you to shoot their way.
i picture the air force being the same. you see its not about what you know. people who come into service with prior knowledge on different things tend to also be know it all cowboys. and know it all cowboys tend to be insubordinate, and take unnecessary risks, and put people in danger or get them killed.
so your pilot license? keep that schit to yourself. unless you want your flight instructor to grind on you and abuse you profusely in order to get you out of his flight school.