First off, I'm not wanting to apply just because of them paying for college (although it is a perk). I'm a newly married woman and mother of a baby boy and I want to improve our lifestyle and our future. I have always considered the Air Force, I've just been put down by a lot of people around me because I'm a 'girly girl'. So, I kind of pushed it on the back burner and have been attending college for the past year. I don't have any outstanding high school GPA, varsity letter, etc. Nor did I take the sat or act because my parents thought it was 'unnecessary'. Now that I'm on my own and finally able to make my own decisions, I'm starting to look into the AF with my husband's support. I have a 3.2 GPA at a regional campus of Ohio University and I volunteer at a local hospital when I can. I'm physical fit and I would consider myself a smart individual with pretty good leadership skills. With all that being said, should I try to go for an AFROTC scholarship/program at my university starting my junior year. Or without a 4.0, varsity letter, or any outstanding performance record; should I just forget about it? (I just don't want to get excited about this idea, only to have it be completely unrealistic, if you can understand?) Eh, thanks..