Hello again, all. I have a few more questions. Some of the options I've been considering is the SMP or split option program during ROTC. While I've found some information about it, there are a few things that have been left unclear to me. For sake of clarity, let's say that I have 2 years (4 semesters) left for school. When looking at SMP, I've found various sources claiming different initial training requirements. Some say you must attend Basic, while others say you can do LTC instead. This is confusing-- in order to be in the Simultaneous Membership Program, I have to complete Basic/AIT training as an enlisted soldier in order to drill with them, correct? Or can I complete LTC, contract into ROTC, then also sign an SMP contract? Does that SMP contract then require me to go and attend AIT as related to whatever MOS I signed under the enlistment contract? Again, from what I understand, I would be assigned to a unit that would match my MOS. Would I have to have an enlisted MOS, or would my MOS be O9r? With the split option, isn't that fairly close to one of the routes of the SMP program, in that you must enlist first, go to Basic, and then become a cadet? With this, is there any guarantee you'll actually go back to college after Basic so that you can enroll in ROTC? Thanks in advance. I've been finding information left right, and center, but I haven't been able to extrapolate how this process can go.