Everybody here seems pretty well-informed, but for any cadets who are itching to know if they qualified to go active duty and aren't sure where they will be placed - Your cadre can look up your total OMS score under "Subsystem" in the CCIMS system. Apparently not every school knows about this, as many cadets are totally in the dark about their OMS points until the OML gets released. Just some rough numbers for those concerned with getting active duty: Mission set 2011 - OMS score cutoff for active duty was roughly 71.5 Mission set 2012 - OMS score cutoff for active duty was roughly 72 I'm no math whiz, but I'd expect cutoff score to stay either roughly the same or perhaps go up slightly with the # of lieutenant slots staying comparable to last year's numbers. So, if your points are in the mid to high 70s, you probably have no worries going AD. If they are below, you most likely will not get AD. In any case, the OML comes out at the end of September, but it's nice having some predictability of where you stand compared to averages of recent cohorts.