Not to be a Debbie downer, but a reminder that this can and does happen. No, not my DS. But it did happen to my son’s two roommates about a year ago. The one was SMP and got a DUI, he was dis-enrolled by the battalion and could not commission. I believe he will have to fulfill his obligation as enlisted. The second was one of the top cadets in the program, great grades, great pt scores, ranger challenge… but he was extremely arrogant, had no patience for “lesser” cadets and was dis-enrolled for insubordination, hazing and alleged sexual harassment. The last charge is disputed by many in the battalion as it occurred at a party that he did not attend. This is real, it happens and it really put a dark cloud over DS’ living arrangements last year. We reminded him more than once that he could learn a lesson from their experience. They’ve both graduated now so I thought I’d share the info. On another note, my son’s very competitive and successful NJROTC battalion that produced 7 scholarship recipients, only has one midshipmen left, his best friend who just completed OCS last week, so as others have said, it’s not just getting the scholarship, but keeping it.