Here are some suggestions for 4givemeasinner:
If the OP is affiliated with the Archdiocese for the Military Services, my understanding is that he will have to be accepted by a diocese or a religious order before beginning college seminary, and later major seminary. The Archdiocese for the Military Services has a co-sponsorship program, since their priests come from dioceses and religious orders in the United States. Most go to the seminary where their diocesan bishop (or religious superior) sends them.
Ask the OP if he has met with a vocation director for a diocese, and has started the application process. The process is pretty extensive. Several dioceses have certain seminaries where they send their candidates for formation. Things like age, previous college, and those already having a college degree come to mind. You could get sent to an 8 year seminary, or to a college seminary.
If the OP is a military dependent (which this sounds like), if there is any place that you have previously lived, you might want to consider making application to another diocese (particularly if you liked the other location better), or a place where you have relatives (say, maybe your father's hometown).
If you attend Mass at the base chapel at Lackland (my memory is there were several chapels at Lackland that were numbered), talk to the Priest-Chaplain on the base. I'm sure he could make some time to visit with you about the Archdiocese for the Military Services.
This may be an earful, but I hope these suggestions help.