My daughter is in the second semester of her second year at USAFA and informed us last week that she is considering leaving. She tells us she is not unhappy there now but she doesn't see any future for herself there. She says she is having no problems academically but her physical fitness test scores are poor and her class rank is about 700 of the 1000 or so in her class. She is majoring in Eastern European area studies and is taking Russian but says the with her class rank where it is, her commission at graduation will likely have nothing to do with her major, she'll end up doing something she has no interest in for five years. I told her I find it hard to believe your commission will be unrelated to your major and she told me that unless you are a pilot, you major doesn't matter; if you're not at the top of the class, you'll likely get a commission that has nothing to do with your major. I can sense that she is disenchanted with the Academy, which is a bad sign in itself, but this scenario she is describing, is it accurate? Is this generally how things work in assigning commissions after graduation? Thanks for any insight.