Hey guys! Quick question. I have a 4yr ROTC scholarship, and I was wondering what my chances were of getting an active duty slot when I graduate. For the record, I'm a pretty good student, 2150 SAT score, 3.5+ GPA all through high school. Also, I know that I have to sign a contract which enlists me in the USAR when I contract with ROTC. I read that the way an active duty slot works is that the Reserves releases you for "Extended Active Duty". I was wondering if that meant that, because I was an ROTC cadet, even if I get an Active Duty Slot I will still be in the reserves by a technicality, and how often I would have to reapply for extended active duty. Also, if I have to resubmit an application for AD further in my career, could the reserves decide to deny my request for AD for some reason and order me to a Reserves duty assignment? Some of these are probably stupid questions, so please excuse my ignorance! I want to find out as much as I can about what I'm getting into before I swear in. Thanks!