I have received appointments to both USNA and USMA, and I am trying to make a decision. As far as the academies go, I have visited both on CVW's, and I felt more "at home" at USMA, where I had also attended SLS the previous summer. I am undecided on a major, and have not ruled out a humanities degree. Career-wise, I want to live over-seas, attend graduate school, travel, and probably work with computers. I have been told the Navy is the best branch for this. One of my teachers, a Navy wife of 20+ years, has especially warned me against the "Army posts in the middle of nowhere," but I think she could be a little biased. My question: in the long-run, is it better to go with the "right fit" on the university/degree or the career? Also, what are the opportunities for working with computers (presumably in the signal corp?) and living over-seas in the Army? Thanks.