1. If I'm not mistaken, you apply for scholarship through a selection of schools and through a major. What if you change your major during the school year? 2. Is Aviation a popular choice of branch in the Army when commissioned? 3. In your selection of schools for scholarship, what if you don't get admitted to your primary choice, or if at any chance, all 3? 4. Do you have to shave every single strain of hair off your head? 5. I heard a rumor if you're not a US Citizen, you can still participate in ROTC non-scholarship until your junior year where you must be naturalized or by Commission year. Is that correct? Or must you be a US Citizen no matter what by the time you start ROTC? 6. How long is the training for Rotary-winged Aircraft (Helicoptor) pilots? for Airplane (Cargo, troops transport) pilots in the Army? 7. I'm planning on applying for Army and Air Force, maybe even Navy ROTC Scholarship and later determine my choice based on the offer and consideration of my future. When should I finish my applications by before the next board meetings for each branches? 8. I've started a USMA and USNA file but re-considered. I haven't closed my files yet, but I know for a fact that I won't continue their files. I have the DoDMEB files in. I did my medical examinations. And I know that for ROTC applications, they can use that if I've already done it for SA Files. Is it proper to not close the files yet and wait, until I can transfer the information later onto my ROTC applications? That's all I can think of for now but I'll repost if I can think of more. Thanks in advance.