JUST A SLIGHT COMMENT
"The easiest way would be to enlist to PAFPRO first for 1 year. PAFPROP or (Philippine Air Force Procurement Program) will be a 1 year training molding you to become an enlisted soldier first then after which you can take the exam for Military Corps Nursing."
PAFROPP (philippine air force regular officers procurement program) is program which recruits people who has the potential to be a Regular Officer of PAF. In PAFROPP, you will not become an ENLISTED SOLDIER because this is a REGULAR OFFICER procurement. You might be referring to CS or the Candidate Soldier, where after your Basic Military Training you will be enlisted. Enlisted Soldier and Regular Officer is a 2 different thing.
As far as i know, lateral entry or from any branch of service/unit to other units are no longer practice. 10 years ago an Enlisted Personnel or a Regular Officer can apply for Military Nurse Corps easily because there is a NEED for Military Nurses. However the case now is different, there are numerous military nurses already and long wait for those who are still waiting to CAD.
"Oh and by the way, when you're Military Nurse you can also apply for Flying Nurse. It'll be a 1 year training to become a pilot/nurse in the PAF all expenses paid by the government and within that 1 year training you'll have additional benefits such as combat pay, flying pay and increased basic salary. "
In PAF, the Military Nurses will automatically be a Flight Nurse once they get to reach the number of years or if there is an available flight nursing course. Flight Nursing is not about being a pilot. Flight nursing is just as like, doing and continuing the care of combatant patients on air. As a flight nurse you are tasked to assist the Flight Surgeon in Air Evacuation of patients from one station hospital to mother hospital of military. Training for flight nursing is 3-6 mos ( there was a training last february 2011 which ended last month) The trained Flight Nurses are now completing the required number of flying hours at PAFGH