Ok, thanks a lotHere is a past thread that may be helpful:
I can only speak on Army and Marines on what happens after commissioning. Neither attends "typical Basic training."
- Army officers attend a specific BOLC school for their particular branch assignment (Aviation, Armor, Infantry etc).
- All Marine officers attend the Basic School.
I will let others speak on the AF.
Here are some of your "super fancy schools" for officers:
The Marines use The Basic School after commissioning
The Army uses BOLC Course: (IBOLC shown here for infantry)
Air Force ROTC graduates may qualify for Pilot training if they pass IFS.
Yeah, an incoming freshman. Not yet contracted, still in consideration. But my friends are all set.
I'm saying that I still haven't decided whether or not I want to join.Yeah, an incoming freshman. Not yet contracted, still in consideration. But my friends are all set.
So you're starting your first year of college this Fall?
What do you mean "Not yet contracted, still under consideration"? Did you apply for the AFROTC Scholarship, because if you didn't there would be nothing that would still be under consideration. "Contracting" for AFROTC is different then AROTC, it won't happen for an AF Cadet until they are selected and pass SFT, or they are offered a scholarship, and even with a scholarship you would still need to be selected for and pass SFT. This doesn't happen until the end of your sophomore year.
When you say "Your friends are all set" are you saying you have a group of friends that are all joining the same ROTC at the same college, and what do you mean "They are all set"
Just asking because your statement above doesn't really follow how the process works.