- Jun 9, 2006
My S talked with a large state school ROTC program over spring break about this subject. It differs with each unit, at the school we spoke with they stated that is difficult to do a sport and still do leadership roles in the unit. The current commander of the unit was a NCAA swimmer and had to quit because she wanted a pilot training slot. So if you don't want a great job after then you can do it.repIII said:Since I'm in the inquisitive mode here's another question for someone in the know. Can a XROTC recruit who has accepted a scholarship, play varsity sports such as football, track, wrestling and if so wouldn't Varsity sports interfere with the routine military requirements while attending school?