I am in the process of applying for the Army ROTC and I just want to know some questions that I may get asked during the interview and for someone to go over my essay. I want constructive criticism on what I need to add, to take out and just a over all inspection on it. I am not a big fan of the last section so any pointers on that will be much appreciated. Thank you for all your help! Q- Consider carefully, and then state below in the space provided why you wish to enroll in the Army ROTC Program. Indicate in your statement how you believe your own objectives in life are related to the education and training offered by Army ROTC and what a career obligation means to you. The Military has always been a dream of mine that I have been longing to fulfill ever since my oldest brother Joseph Joined the Marine Corps when I was five years old. There are numerous reasons on why I want to be part of the brotherhood of the most dominant force the world has ever seen, the United States armed forces with a special emphasis on the Army itself. Being in the military is not just a little boy fantasy of mine and most definitely without a doubt not something I am going to do for the money nor for the lack of nothing else to do. I want to join the Army ROTC program because I know for an absolute fact that the program can enhance me as a person and that I can immensely benefit the Army and our country by being an officer that young men and women need during both difficult and dangerous situations. By being the youngest of nine kids, growing up with the Catholic values, working four different jobs, volunteering for various organizations, playing several different sports, and going to a prestigious Catholic high school has prepared me immensely to succeed in every way to take on the challenge of being an officer for the United States Army. These very diverse and rare experiences throughout my life have molded me into the perfect candidate for the ROTC program because they taught me to be respectful to everyone, have integrity with all situations, fulfill all my duties to the best, be selfless in every manner, have loyalty, be confident and courageous during all times and to have honor in all of my actions. When one chooses a career, like the Army, should love or at least desire to love their career choice before even considering the idea of fully obligating themselves to their job. To fully obligate oneself to a career it needs to be their passion, something they live for. Therefore a career is not just someone's job but their life or true passion, and that is what it means to be obligated to a career.