Amy-Jo Randalls ,17, from Kirriemuir.
I am completely mind made up. I could be swayed but don't think I will. I am going to be voting 'No' in the referendum. I just don't have the confidence to vote Yes and to believe Scotland to be independent. I think it would be a shame to lose British culture and a unique country and set of countries.
I hope going on from school to the Navy and start training as a fast jet pilot. If they say we would like you now, I would leave school in a heart beat because I don't particularly enjoy it. I just want to fly as much as possible.
I am into gliding which is something I have been doing since I was 15, its brilliant fun, just amazing! I would really love to progress and get more badges and hopefully compete eventually. While its fun its all in aid of getting in to the Navy as a fast jet pilot. I would like to fly F35s, hopefully. They are not powered but they have the fighter pilot cockpit and the canopy that goes over so it does feel a bit like a fighter pilot but fairly slow. You use your eyes and look at the ground and failing that a map. You don't really need the instruments. There is a bit of string stuck to the outside that basically tells you if you are balanced, if its back you are balanced.
Confidence in the economy, confidence the government would make the right decisions about business and education, to allow people to have free university fees. In terms of armed forces there is not a lot of information online, its all about Nato. We are a small country that is unthreatening but you do need an armed forces. We haven't heard anything about that. We don't have the money to support the aircraft we need. The air fore would be a bunch of gliders!
Its very peaceful when you are up there, there is this really overwhelming feeling of freedom you can go anywhere you want. It puts things in perspective when you are up there looking at the ground, everything seems so small, arguments you have had with people, disagreement