Discussion in 'ROTC' started by farmtownte, Mar 3, 2012.
If someone has an MIP on their record are they eligible for SMP. Asking for a friend.
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I know Guard guys who have contracted with MIP's or DWI's. They had to submit a boatload of paperwork for a waiver but it got done. Granted, this was in the past and the Army has changed on waivers regarding alcohol.
You will need to join first, show up on campus, enroll in ROTC, and convince someone you deserve a waiver and to be contracted. There will be no guarantees that you will be contracted, so you will still be obligated to the guard or reserves if you can't get the waiver . Timing is everything, and your friends timing is very bad.
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