Hello all, I have posted here before and am thankful for the helpful responses I have received. I'm not positive if the topic I am posting on now is in the right spot-please feel free to move it. I am applying for an AFROTC scholarship and will receive my results in Feb. regardless of receipt of a scholarship, I will be participating in the program. I am very interested in a career in the Finance field, and I plan to major in finance. However, I have been really thinking that I would like to also study a language in college. This somewhat correlates to an interest of mine as serving as an Intelligence Officer in the AF. I have a few quests regarding this. 1) I am looking at studying either Russian, Mandarin, or Arabic. Which would be the best for an intel spot? I know that Mandarin is a great business language, for after my service. However, the eastern block is really st rating to westernize and I think that Russian could be very valuable in the future as well. Also, Middle Eastern countries are often an exception to the common practice of doing business in English, so this could also help... 2) How competitive are Intelligence Officer positions? 3) I currently have my major listed as Finance, obviously non tech. If I were to get reboarded for a scholarship, would changing my major to a language (and the double majoring) give me an advantage for the March board? Thanks!