Hey guys I have a couple of questions about AFROTC. I am currently in high school and have been considering military forever. I love everything about the idea of serving my country and serving those who serve my country. That is why I have decided I want to be a nurse in the military. My parents are extremely supportive but the only thing they have asked is that I go to college first and get my nursing degree which I completely agree with. I am mainly interested in Air Force because I have researched all branches and Air Force nursing seems to have all that I want to do. My goal would be to become a flight nurse/ critical care. That's my dream job. I would really be interested in the ROTC scholarships offered by the AF and I've researched them immensely. My questions are 1. What would make me an exceptional applicant? Since I am going into a non technical field idealize it is much more competitive when it comes to scholarships. I keep a 4.0 in high school and I'm also taking online early college where I keep a 3.5 GPA. I do sports and community service and also have a couple of officer titles in SGA, Class Rep, and Mu Alpha Theta. 2. Does ROTC interfere with school? I want to keep my grades high. From what I have read, ROTC takes as much time as a club or sport. Will it drown me in responsibilities so much that I can't keep good grades? 3. Do I have to live on campus for ROTC? I live close enough to the college I want to attend (25-30) minutes that I don't need to live on campus. 4. I read that even after you complete ROTC you have to take a test to make sure that you go into your designated field (nursing). If you don't pass that then they put you wherever they need you. Can someone PLEASE give me more info on that? It would be much appreciated. 5. Is AF really the way to go for nursing? I have also researched army and it seems pretty equal except there I no flight nurse opportunity. Any personal experience would be highly appreciated and also any advice!! Thanks ahead of time.