Hi, I am actually the parent of an Army ROTC cadet and I have a question that possibly someone may have insight into that will kind of let me know where my cadet stands as it pertains to getting an active duty slot when he graduates/commissions. DS is a non scholarship contracted Army ROTC cadet at an SMC. He wants to get active duty when he commissions. He is classified as a senior and will graduate with a Criminal Justice B.A. degree Dec/16. He currently has a 3.6 gpa and with a 12 credit CJ internship he has this summer he has a chance to increase that a little more if he gets an A. As for the OML he currently has 28 points (whatever that means) but his G.P.A. has not been factored into his points yet. DS wants to be an Army MP officer. Does my cadet have a chance to get an active duty slot when he graduates in Dec/16? Also, unfortunately he had the flu during his last APFT test and only got a 274 so he was bummed about that. He was set to get a 300 before he got sick. He said he does not think he gets another chance to take one that counts for his OML. As I said this coming fall semester will be his last semester. He finished all of his Military Science classes and I was very proud that he got an A in each course. He has finished them all now. Anyways, I was never in the military so forgive me if anything I said or am asking does not make sense. I am hoping you guys could give me a little info so I could just have an idea of where DS stands pertaining to his chances at active duty. He does not visit this forum and I just want to know for my own personal knowledge. Thanks.