Recreational sports?

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  1. JBL2012

    JBL2012 Army ROTC Cadet - MS3

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    I play basketball in a town-league that I suppose is considered "recreational" since there aren't cuts made.

    I was just wondering if, on the ROTC app, it falls under (J.V., Legion, Babe Ruth, etc. "No intramurals") or (City/County Organized League)

    Or if it is neither and doesn't warrant a checkmark.

    Thanks!

    JBL2012
     
  2. gojack

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    Town League = City/County Organized League

    * Note - application states; Athletic Activities - Please indicate all in which you participated...
     
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  3. JBL2012

    JBL2012 Army ROTC Cadet - MS3

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    Okay, thank you. That's what I had it down as, I just wanted to be sure and avoid any potential integrity issues.
     
  4. gojack

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    On the application put in absolutely everything -
    leave nothing out (don't exaggerate).
    Even minor positions and activities.
    Note anywhere/anything you had any type (even minor) of a leadership role.
    During the PMS interview, that is when it will be sorted out -
    as to what is what and what scores where.
    The interviewing PMS is going to make that call.
     
  5. Jcleppe

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    Just to add to what Gojack said...

    There is not always a box to check that matches what you have done.

    There is a section for Additional Remarks, this is where you can list all the things that do not have a specific box. My son listed many things that he couldn't find a box for. Don't think that anything is unimportant, my son even listed his Advanced Scuba Diving Certificate.
     
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