I have absolutely no clue on the amount for this yr., but 900 would seem to be in the ballpark. Traditionally ROTC awards mimic SA apptmts, plus or minus a few percentage points. AFROTC is a bigger pool because 95% of AFA applicants will apply as plan B, but the reverse for ROTC candidates is not true....95% of ROTC applicants do not apply for AFA. The fact is if you look at their site, you will see it says this: 5% of all scholarships awarded to AFROTC candidates are Type 1. 95% of all Type 1 are tech. So if 900 are awarded only 2-3 would be non -tech Type 1. The true key piece missing is how many apply. I am going to assume it is 10K+. That means 10% are awarded, and 5% of that 10% are type 1. 5% of the Type 1 are non-tech. 20% go Type 2 75% go Type 7. Now let's address the type 7. If 900 are awarded and I did my math correct @ 675 will get a Type 7. If they have even 7K applicants, not 10K; the recipient was deemed by AFROTC HQ as the top 10% nationally. Not too shabby!